Art is the stepping stone of a culture’s future and identity, hence, why we as individuals and as a country always intend to preserve our culture and art. Art is what defines us and the same applies to countries too. Art is the bridge between the past and present, connecting what we were to what we are and help us navigate as to what we intend to be in future. Art has always been an important tool to trace the social evolution of a country, while many ancient artforms are lost over time, Singapore has stood tall to preserve its art and cultural identity, adopting more arts and culture to be one of the most peaceful multicultural countries in the world. Singapore’s art is believed to be greatly influenced by China, India and Malaysia. From dance forms of India to Chinese Caligraphy, Singapore is the true testament of cultural harmony. Art in Singapore isn’t just limited to museums and art galleries, the city in itself is a canvas for the art of Singapore. Stroll across the city and you will start picking the pieces of multicultural identity the city boasts of. The multicultural beauty is reflected in cuisines and cultures as well. A truly multicultural city, Singapore is the place to be to experience social harmony.
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