Launch of Harmony Train In celebration of the Harmony Month and Youth Month in the month of July, THK partnered the National Youth Council Singapore and Moove Media to launch the Harmony Train along the North-East Line. Singapore is not immune to the looming threat of terrorism that is affecting many parts of the world.
Harmony Ball in the Dark On 10th and 11th June 2017, 20 teams gathered at Kovan Sports Centre in colourful attire, gearing up for the intensive street soccer competition known as Harmony Ball in the Dark. Unlike the usual soccer matches, players of different races and religions had to vie for the soccer ball in
Inter Racial Inter Religious Harmony Nite 2016 What comes to mind at the mention of racial harmony? Cultural costumes? Ethnic food? Traditional Dance? Well, we’ve got all of that and more at the Inter Racial Inter Religious Harmony Nite 2016! The annual event entered into its thirteenth edition this year at Marina Bay Sands Grand
Harmony Supper in the City During the period of Ramadan, youths from the non-Muslim community had a rare chance to witness and immerse in the Muslim tradition of “Iftar”, together with their Muslim peers at the Harmony Supper in the City held at the Youth Park on 25 June 2016. Following the prayers led by
The Harmony Truck 2016 Families from all over the island gathered for some precious family time at the Harmony Carnival in the Park to commemorate racial and religious harmony over fun, food and games! Dads competed against their little ones the mini Harmony Truck racing competition on the green lawn at the Bishan-Ang Mo Kio
The Harmony Truck visits Toa Payoh Hub Hub The Harmony Truck ventured into the heartlands, championing the message of racial and religious harmony. Besides freebies and quizzes, members of the public got to sign up for Inter Racial Inter Religious Harmony Nite 2016! Harmony Truck at Toa Payoh Hub
The Harmony Truck 2016 More than 300 guests gathered at the Singapore Flyer on 15 May 2016 to witness the Harmony Truck on its maiden journey to promote racial and religious harmony. The Truck is an interactive showroom developed by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society to reach out to Singaporeans from all walks of life.
Inter Racial Inter Religious Harmony Nite 2015 More than 2,200 people attended the 12th Inter Racial Inter Religious Harmony Nite (IRIRHN) was held on 12 July 2015 at Marina Bay Sands. President Tony Tan Keng Yam and Mrs Mary Tan were the Guests of Honour for the event. Foreign diplomats from 21 countries also graced
SG50 Harmony Swing More than 5,000 people from the community attended the SG50 Harmony Swing held at Nanyang Polytechnic on 20th June 2015. The highlight of the event was a record-breaking segment where 3578 participants set the Largest Zumba Dance in the Singapore Book of Records. These participants were dressed in ethnic costumes and danced
SG50 Harmony Road Trip More than 500 Singaporeans of different races and religions embarked on a Harmony Road Trip to visit 11 different places of worship located across Singapore. The places of worship for the SG50 Harmony Road Trip include Chinese temples, mosques, Hindu temples as well as churches. They are namely, the Thian Hock