Secrets of Singapore: Chinatown
Written by Catherine Nadira Tan
Illustrated by Elvin Ching
Cluck and Moo discover the secrets behind one of Singapore's oldest and most beloved districts, Chinatown
Join best buddies Moo and Cluck on a nostalgic trip back in time as they retrace the footsteps of Singapore's early Chinese immigrants. The animated animal duo learn about the Chinese New Year customs of the different dialect groups, the traditional trades that were once found in the district and the heritage trees that are abound there. Along the way, they discover the various other races that have also made Chinatown their home!
Catherine Nadira Tan is a copywriter with more than fifteen years of experience in communications and has written for a vast range of industries, from healthcare and education to construction and hospitality. Her first book -- Secrets of Singapore: National Gallery -- Took first place in the category for English Children's Books at the POPULAR Readers' Choice Awards in 2020
Elvin Ching works as an illustrator and storyboard artist in Singapore. He is the illustrator of several Danger Dan and Gaget Girl books and all of the Secrets of Singapore Series; his cover for Secrets of Singapore: National Museum won Best Children's Book Cover at the Popular Readers' Choice Awards in 2017. In his free time, he likes to create his own little comics.
Size: 21.5cm x 14cm