Red Dot Stories

Posted by on Jun 15, 2017 in Campaigns | One Comment


Embark on a journey into the lives of our people as they reminisce about yesteryear and reveal their dreams of tomorrow.

The Singapore Memory Project presents Red Dot Stories, a series of videos and blogposts featuring the stories of people who have witnessed significant cultural, political and social developments in Singapore. All rich in experiences pertaining to local trades, media, education or the performing arts, these individuals open up to us with precious anecdotes of their past. Join us as we learn about each of their unique journeys.

Once a week, a story will be released for your viewing pleasure. Do check back weekly for new updates!

Red Dot Stories Videos
Bon for the Ages: Pop Yeh Yeh & the ‘60s
TV Looks Back
Teaching. A Lifelong Lesson.
Digital to Analog
Moulding the Past, Shaping the Present <NEW>

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Red Dot Stories Blogposts
My Father, the Hawker
Teaching. A Lifelong Lesson.
Digital to Analog
From Chalkboard to Laptop: A 35 Year Polytechnic Journey
A Uniform That Defined His Life
Life Lessons from the Early Days of National Service
A Point to Prove
Life in the Police Quarters
The Unsung Hero
Seng Wong Beo Temple: Lifting the Veil on Ghost Marriages
Paper Gods
Bon for the Ages: Pop Yeh Yeh & the ’60s
Bringing Comfort to New Mothers
The Art of Calligraphy
Dancing Through the Years
Catwalking Down Memory Lane
Immigration Nation
Time Ticks On
TV Looks Back
The Golden Age of Electronics Manufacturing
Witnessing History in the Making on the Screen
On a Mission to Preserve Singapore’s Memories <NEW>

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1 Comment

  1. irememberSG » My Father, The Hawker
    June 17, 2017

    […] blogpost is part of the Red Dot Stories […]


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