Corporate Social Responsibility

Sheng Hong Arts Institute (SHAI) believes in a sustainable arts and culture scene in Singapore. Our goal is also to groom the next generation of arts and culture practitioners, educators and knowledgeable artistic audiences.

In an effort to give back to our local community and social communities, SHAI has contributed to various organisations and schools through our outreach efforts. On top of that, we have also been sponsoring Overseas Cultural Immersion Programmes, providing students with international learning and competition opportunities.

Sheng Hong Arts Education Scholarship Recipients

Chay Ming Yi Vivian

15 years- old

  • Was a Secondary 2 Student at Yuying Secondary School (2017), graduated from Rivervale Primary School (2015)
  • Pursuing Diploma in Dance in Xiamen Arts School (2017- 2023)

Now, there are lesser and lesser people that learned and understand the essence of Chinese dance. As I have great interest in it and thus would wish to pass it down to the next generation. Chinese culture arts has a long history which it has an unlimited knowledge to be learn from. I know that the end states of my own hard work that I’ll be going through is not for myself but is for my family and people from Sheng Hong Arts Institute which they have great faith on me. As such no matter how tough it will be, I will never give up.

Avery Ng Kai Lin

12 years- old

  • Graduated from Yew Tee Primary School (2017)
  • Pursuing Diploma in Dance in Xiamen Arts School (2017- 2023)

我在厦门能学会更多的舞蹈知识,提高自己的水平,并且接受新的挑战。当我回来新加坡,在城隍艺术学院教课时,我要把所有会的东西传达给孩子们,就同 Serene 老师和王老师一样奉献。

Lim Jia Yi

17 years-old

  • Awarded the Sheng Hong Arts Scholarship (2014) and graduated from Beijing Shimei Vocational Arts School with a Diploma in Chinese Dance in July 2016.
  • Graduated from Dunman High School (2013)

In the pursuit for economy progress and prosperity, Singapore have to build up our multiculturalism with strong roots in our Asian cultures while having a cosmopolitan outlook. Traditional arts is our rich heritage, just like the language we speak, they are the art forms we are privileged to inherit. In harmonising local traditions and foreign traditional arts, the diversity is what makes Singapore’s unique and vibrant cultural heritage- In which I hope to explore and contribute to in the future.