The National Archives of Singapore (NAS) has jointly developed this online exhibition with the Division of Information Studies, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to create public awareness of Singapore’s heritage. Colours in the Wind, which looks at the history and preservation of the Old Hill Street Police Station and its transformation to the present MICA Building, is the first of a series of online exhibitions on different heritage topics

This system uses Macromedia Flash extensively. Most of the interface and online exhibition is developed using this software. If you do not have a Macromedia Flash player on your system, it will automatically prompt you to download a Macromedia Flash player from the Macromedia site.

If you want to purchase any of the original digital resources such as photographs, images, audio-video clips, please contact us at NAS Reference Room.

The contents used in this online exhibition including text, images, photographs, audio video clips are copyrighted to NAS and the respective institutions/individuals. You must obtain written permission from NAS for use of the archival materials. In the event of violation of Singapore copyright laws, NAS has the right to take legal action against such individuals and/or institutions.


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