Free live performances and interactive exhibits at S’pore Chinese Cultural Center from November 18, 2022

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As the old saying goes, “The best things in life are free.”

If you’re looking for things to do that don’t break the bank, consider the RE•MIX 2K22 youth cultural festival that kicks off the weekend of November 18.

From relaxing and enjoying live Mandopop and electro fusion music performances, breaking out of immersive escape rooms, soaking up the exciting street dance battle atmosphere, to taking photos in various Instagram worthy spots, there is a lot to do at the festival.

Here are some of the fun and most importantly free activities we’ve shortlisted for the festival:

TGIF Music Station on November 18

Look forward to live music performances and get the chance to collaborate with local celebrities at TGIF Music Station (RE•MIX Edition).

The program lasts only one day on November 18, from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

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Prepare to be serenaded by local musicians – Jeff Ng, xxmxrcs (pronounced Marcus), Arya Yunata, Yanni Ruth, Ayden Sng and Romeo Tan – for a full hour.

These talented individuals will perform tunes in the Ho Bee Concourse, which is located on the first floor of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre.

⻬: An evening of electro-fusion music on November 20

If you’re looking for a party like no other, you’ve come to the right place.

For just one hour, let local musician and producer Likie Low take you and your crew on a journey from east to west as she mixes traditional Chinese melodies with modern electronic dance music.

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Put on your dancing shoes and head to Singapore Chinese Cultural Center Ho Bee Concourse on Level 1, where Low will perform from 8-9 PM on November 20.

RE•MIX The Dance on November 26 and 27

From 26 to 27 November there will also be lively street dance performances during RE•MIX The Dance.

Watch dancers pop and click to the beat as they compete for the top prize in the Street Dance Competition.

The dance showdown will take place from 1:20 PM to 5:20 PM on November 26 and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on November 27.

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RE•MIX: When East Meets West market and fair

There’s something for everyone in RE•MIX 2K22.

In addition to music and performances, you can also look forward to mini-workshops and food and drinks.

Head over to “RE•MIX: When East Meets West,” and look out for the Instagrammable spots in the exhibits that run daily from Nov. 18. until 27 Nov.

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You can also look forward to a pop-up fair on the second weekend of 25 November. through Nov. 27, where vendors will sell food and handcrafted beverages, as well as products with a local touch.

Image Courtesy of Singapore China Cultural Center.

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You can enjoy some sweet treats from Mahota and wash it down with coffee or kombucha from snoo.teh.

There will also be merchandise for sale that will make unique and meaningful gifts for your friends and family for Christmas.

Grab a Singapore food themed plush toy from Nom Nom Plush or support local game developers by purchasing their card or board game from Ameba.

Or walk away with something for yourself through one of the mini workshops available at the bazaar that weekend.

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Examples are an art jamming workshop and a terrarium workshop.

You can also expect singers from The Cold Cut Duo, Eason Music Chinese Ensemble and Long Jam Band, all of whom will take the stage to belt out sweet, sweet tunes on both days.

Image courtesy of Singapore Cultural Centre.

Before you go, don’t forget to snap some photos to commemorate the moment in one of the Instagrammable spots planted in the exhibits, so get ready to say cheese!

Interactive exhibitions and more

From 18 Nov. until 27 Nov. from 10am to 8pm, some interactive exhibits will be on display at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, with free admission.

Flavors on demand

At the “Flavours on Call” exhibit, you can learn how hiring banquet caterers has evolved over time and shaped Singaporean Chinese culture.

Wondering why Singaporean Chinese yell “Yum Seng” at a Chinese banquet? Find your answer in this exhibition.

The exhibition is located on the 7th floor of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center Multi-Purpose Hall.

Image Courtesy of Singapore China Cultural Center.

God of games

Another unique interactive exhibit you can find is the “God of Games” exhibit.

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Combining street art with games played in Singapore, local artists created exhibitions where you and your friends can explore the topic of rebirth and reconciliation of cause and transformation in a fun way.

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Head to the Creative Box of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center on level 6 for this unique experience.

lowKEY nua

Curious about the lives of singers and songwriters?

Pop into the lowKEY nua exhibition, where you can take an intimate look at their creative processes from their bedroom.

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There’s also a “nua” (dialect for chill) corner where mini concert recordings are played, giving you a full songwriting experience.

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The exhibition will take place in the Recital Studio of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center on the 6th floor.

About RE•MIX2K22

This is just a taste of the fun activities you can expect in RE•MIX 2K22.

There are also other exhibits (all free), as well as an escape room and games (also free).

However, you don’t have to take our word for it and go see it for yourself.

The festival starts on November 18 and ends after two weeks on November 27.

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, so be sure to bookmark this festival and your friends soon!

The RE•MIX 2K22 is organized by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, with the aim of helping young people understand and experience the local Chinese culture.

Click here for more information.

The author of this article sponsored by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center is not as well versed in Chinese culture as she should be.

Top image courtesy of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre.