On Yesterday.sg, be treated to more of the bite-sized video clips from Explore Singapore! series. This time, be treated to WWII related museums such as: the Fort Siloso, Memories at Old Ford Factory, Changi Museum and Reflections at Bukit Chandu.
Being interested in WWII history in this part of the world, I cannot help but point all the travellers to this blog to the recent few posts on Yesterday.sg.
Enjoy the entertaining drama of Sarah Thompson looking for her mother in Singapore with the help of former museum curator Mr Heng (view source) while checking out the various WWII-related museums in Singapore.
For your convenience, I have embedded the video clip on Sarah's and Mr Heng's visits to Memories at Old Ford Factory and Changi Museum right above. Check out the very site where the British had surrendered Singapore to the Japanese on 15 Feb 1942. Find out how people had lived during the Japanese Occupation. In addition, how prisoners-of-war communicated with their loved ones through quilts. I particularly like the story of the cross that was made from an artillery shell, so please watch this 8 minutes video to find out more. But of course, do visit Changi Museum, join the guided tour and listen to the more in-depth, touching story of this very cross.
Please also check out the following links for more video clips on Sarah's and Mr Heng's visits to other WWII-related museums:
- Explore Singapore! - Fort Siloso
- Explore Singapore! - Memories at Old Ford Factory & Changi Museum
- Explore Singapore! - Reflections at Bukit Chandu