As part of marking 50 years of Singaporean independence celebrations (SG50), "Singapore: Inside Out" aims to broaden the international community’s perception of Singapore through a presentation of creative works from famous Singaporean talent. Their first stop is Beijing, and after that the artists will travel to London and finally New York.

Singapore: Inside Out will debut at Beijing’s 751 D-Park on April 22, and will run for five days until Sunday April 26. Throughout these days visitors can expect a bunch of exciting events including screening of selected short films by award-winning Singaporean director Royston Tan, a post-screening discussion with the director and Chinese film producer Qin Yu, performances from T.H.E Dance Company, inspiration sessions with the Syndicate singer-songwriter Kelly Cha, and more.

As most of the works are of a live nature, there is a limited amount of scheduling information. But this is what we do now in terms of daily events:




Speak Cryptic


Jason Lim


The Actors’ Tour


T.H.E Dance Company


The Actors’ Tour


T.H.E Dance Company


The Actors’ Tour


T.H.E Dance Company

*All days, except Sunday, April 26
#All days, except Thursday, April 23 and Sunday, April 26

On top of these events, there are a bunch of other scheduled events that require your RSVP on the events’ website.

Date and Time


April 23, 6-7pm

Inspiration Session with Kelly Cha

April 24, 7-8pm

Artist Sharing Session with Justin Loke and Jason Lim

April 24, 8.30-10pm

Films by Royston Tan

April 25, 7.30pm-10.30pm

Syndicate Subsession: An Audio-Visual Showcase

April 26, 2-4pm

Literary Conversations: Dr Tan Chee Lay in Conversation with Zang Di

There is also an afterparty at Cicada UltraLounge on April 24, headlining with infamous Singapore Zouk Nightclub resident DJ Jeremy Boon. More acts to be announced, and tickets will be sold at the door for RMB 100.

To find out more about specific events and artists there is more information on the website.

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