Hari Raya Puasa 2020
In this issue of U.n.I Bites, we look at the activities on the Day of Hari Raya Puasa to learn more about the different activities practised by our local Muslim and Malay community. Understand what it means to be dressed in similar coloured outfits within the family during visits and how to seek forgiveness from the elders.
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For more interesting facts on how major festivals are celebrated in multicultural Singapore, click HERE to access previous editions of U.n.I Bites.
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Accessible Education promotes a culture of inclusiveness in all programmes and activities, supports and empowers students with special needs and champions equal access and opportunities for all.
Student Integration promotes the learning of new experiences from over 100 nationalities amongst NTU's staff and students, organizing fun-filled, enriching activities that celebrate cultural diversity.
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