PUBLICATION: Ethnic Rhythms – Life in the Global City

PUBLICATION: Ethnic Rhythms – Life in the Global City

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We are pleased to announce that we launched our new publication Ethnic Rhythms: Life in the Global City on 3 September 2015 in celebration of SG50 and SCGM’s 35th Anniversary.

This resource publication contains a timely update of the richness of the broadening ethno-cultural landscape of Singapore. We have invited writers from the academia, civil society and churches to contribute thought-provoking pieces from cultural, sociological, philosophical and missiological angles.

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The publication is available for free. Donations are welcome: a suggested amount of $10 per copy to help defray costs. All proceeds will go into our SCGM General Funds to help support our role in catalysing and mobilising missions in Singapore and beyond.

For bulk orders (11 copies or more) or enquiries, kindly contact Ching / Shanti at 6339 8950 or email admin@scgm.org.sg.

Delivery charges apply. Alternatively, you may choose to pick up from our SCGM office.

Address: 485 Bedok South Ave 2 , Singapore 469315

Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am-12pm, 2pm-6pm.

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Weight .35 kg
Dimensions 26.5 x 22 x .6 cm
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