Tan Chuan-Jin’s Photo Exhibition Now Moved A Floor Down

Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin recently held a photo exhibition last month titled ‘Our Place in the World’.

On Monday (11 Mar), Mr Tan shared some good news on the exhibition — $1.4 million has been successfully raised for the 13 beneficiaries so far.

Source

Raised $1.4 million for charities

The ‘Our Place in the World’ exhibition had taken place from 1-28 Feb, and was aimed at commemorating both Singapore’s bicentennial year as well as helping charities.

The event featured photos taken by Mr Tan, an avid photographer, during his travels overseas.

Source

The public could also get metal prints, photo books and postcards when they contribute donations.

In total, a whopping $1.4 million in donations have been received thus far.

Exhibition still on

Although the exhibition ended on Thursday (28 Feb), those who are still keen to view the photos can do so at another location.

According to Mr Tan, the pictures have been shifted to level 1 of Far East Plaza, a floor down from its previous venue, in a museum-like setting.

Source

This means that you can still view the photos on display at Far East Plaza, at an area spanning 3 shop spaces.

While the opening hours of the display are not known, we estimate that it’ll be open from 10am to 7pm, the same time as the exhibition in February.

Further donations welcomed

Those who are still keen on donating can do so by purchasing photo books and postcards printed with photos taken by Mr Tan himself.

All proceeds will go towards the 13 participating charities.

Source

These would be great as keepsakes or gifts for your loved ones.

Source

Address: Far East Plaza,#01-31, 32, 50,14 Scotts Road, S228213

So hurry on to get some of these National Geographic-worthy merch, and do good at the same time!

Also read:

Tan Chuan-Jin’s Nat-Geo Worthy Photos Unite Politicians At Far East Plaza

 

 

 

Featured image from Facebook.

The post Tan Chuan-Jin’s Photo Exhibition Raises $1.4m For Charity; Donations Still Welcomed appeared first on Must Share News.