29 Sep 2012
All Mixed Up | Peranakan photo-story competition
All Mixed Up is a photo-story competition for Peranakan Month in Asian Geographic magazine that invites the public to send in a great portrait/photo of themselves that reflects the rich Peranakan culture of South East Asia.
All Mixed Up: The Peranakan Concoction
ASIAN Geographic magazine gives a push for a unique culture with its Peranakan Month.
Part of a series, Peranakan Month is a photo-story competition that invites the public to send in a great portrait/photo of themselves that reflect the rich Peranakan culture together with their own unique Peranakan background description and their take on why being of Peranakan heritage is important to them.
The winner of this competition will receive 10 tickets to the Peranakan Museum in Singapore that includes an exhibition on the world-renowned Emily of Emerald Hill and a S$200 voucher to the notable True Blue Cuisine Peranakan restaurant that offers scrumptous halal Perranakan dishes such as ayam buah keluak, udang assam and other quintessential Peranakan dishes.
The winner will also be featured in ASIAN Geographic magazine, Asia’s leading geographic magazine with 428,000 readers in 54 countries.
The competition hopes to reach out to Peranakan from Penang, Malacca, Kelantan, Singapore, Phuket, Indonesia and Myanmar. It is also an exciting learning opportunity for non-Peranakans who love this rich legacy.
To enter ASIAN Geographic’s Peranakan Month “All Mixed Up” competition, which runs from now til September 29 DEADLINE, visit facebook.com/Asiangeo for more information.
Participants can send in their entries or enquiries to email@example.com.
Contact: Servane TROADEC
About ASIAN Geographic magazine
ASIAN Geographic magazine continues to bring eco issues and Asian culture to our strong readership based in Singapore and around the region/world. ASIAN Geographic – being around for more than 13 years – is so much more than a travel magazine. We delve deeper into the cultures of Asia; it’s people, land and waters, while highlighting social and economic concerns.
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