Heritage Education Made Fun!

loading Facilitators and students who participated in the Cultural Heritage Education Programme, organised by Arts-ED and GTWHI.

Over the years and outside the classroom, several local organisations have come up with creative ways to make learning fun for youths.

In Penang, Arts-ED, a non-profit organisation that innovates community-based arts and culture education; and George Town World Heritage Incorporated (GTWHI), the state agency for heritage that protects and promotes George Town’s architectural and cultural inheritance; work together to organise the Cultural Heritage Education Programme (CHEP), which has been running since 2016.


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