Armed with a camera, a local documentary-maker journeys to remote communities of Cambodia, Vietnam and China. Her mission? To seek the human stories behind the water and sanitation issue afflicting much of rural asia.
For us lucky enough to have clean water with a turn of a tap, this is a chance to open your eyes to another world.
In conjunction with World Water Day, we are proud to be able to screen a series of short films to show the human face behind the water crisis in our neighbouring countries – (Catch the preview here)
The film maker, Jean, as well as Lien Aid, will be speaking on the use of media/ documentary to humanize the water/ sanitation issue.
We will also have Waterways Watch Society to share about how they try to keep our waterways clean by motivating Singaporeans to start taking more direct ownership and involvement in their surroundings and environment.
As always, we will finish with a lively open discussion on all things water!
Date: 23rd March, Friday
7.15pm Welcome msg
7.30pm Screening of “Children of Mekong” Films
8pm Sharing by Jean & Lien Aid
8.15pm Sharing by Waterways Watch Society
8.30pm Panel discussion
9.30pm End of programme
Place: One Marina Boulevard (NTUC building), room 903.
I hope to see you there!