Nantah Heritage Fund
The Nantah Heritage Fund was set up by the Chinese Heritage Centre at NTU in 2001, to finance the revamp and expansion of the Nantah Pictorial Exhibition. This exhibition is dedicated to the former Nanyang University, the predecessor to NTU. In addition, the Centre is also planning to establish endowed professorships, a resident scholar programme, and to award graduate and undergraduate research fellowships to contribute to the University's research in heritage-related studies.
The Nantah Heritage Fund will play a vital role in supporting the University’s efforts to promote and preserve Chinese heritage and culture through research. The fund will also support other undertakings managed by the Chinese Heritage Centre such as publications, public education, community outreach programmes, as well as curation of artefacts and data for research.
With this long-term plan in place to promote and preserve Chinese culture and heritage, it is our hope that we are able to capture academic interest among the next generation in Chinese-related studies. By giving, you are helping to extend public education and community outreach efforts, and help our researchers make progress in their areas of research.