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    This was an ambitious project done in school, a topic on lost cultures in Singapore. There was a personal attachment as Brass Making was a cottag… Read More
    This was an ambitious project done in school, a topic on lost cultures in Singapore. There was a personal attachment as Brass Making was a cottage industry business my grandmother did in the 1930s. I didn't know much about it and it had been a pleasure to relive those days . On a sidenote, it had been really amazing to have won a Crowbar award for it. Dedicated to my Popo. RIP. Read Less
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This was an ambitious project done in school, a topic on lost cultures in Singapore. There was a personal attachment as Brass Making was a cottage industry business my grandmother did in the 1930s. I didn't know much about it and it had been a pleasure to relive those days .
 
On a sidenote, it had been really amazing to have won a Crowbar award for it.

Dedicated to my Popo

 
 
Always missing you.
 
 RIP