EMILY HAN NWE CHAIN
Nanyang Girls' High School
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2020
The You in Us
Acrylic on Canvas

Cultural identity is often multi-layered and interwoven. The You In Us represents a mixture of two worlds—the Burmese-Chinese heritage of the artist. This amalgamation creates an intricate visual dimension, showing the vibrancy and strength of both cultures. The vivacious spirit of culture is illustrated through rich, contrasting colours and extravagant imagery, revealing its true beauty. Nevertheless, one should be reminded that below one’s culture, identity and skin colour, we have the same organs that make us all human.

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2020
The You in Us
Acrylic on Canvas

Cultural identity is often multi-layered and interwoven. The You In Us represents a mixture of two worlds—the Burmese-Chinese heritage of the artist. This amalgamation creates an intricate visual dimension, showing the vibrancy and strength of both cultures. The vivacious spirit of culture is illustrated through rich, contrasting colours and extravagant imagery, revealing its true beauty. Nevertheless, one should be reminded that below one’s culture, identity and skin colour, we have the same organs that make us all human.

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2020
The You in Us
Acrylic on Canvas

Cultural identity is often multi-layered and interwoven. The You In Us represents a mixture of two worlds—the Burmese-Chinese heritage of the artist. This amalgamation creates an intricate visual dimension, showing the vibrancy and strength of both cultures. The vivacious spirit of culture is illustrated through rich, contrasting colours and extravagant imagery, revealing its true beauty. Nevertheless, one should be reminded that below one’s culture, identity and skin colour, we have the same organs that make us all human.

Alumni 2020 ( SEC )
The You in Us 2020 Acrylic on Canvas

Cultural identity is often multi-layered and interwoven. The You In Us represents a mixture of two worlds—the Burmese-Chinese heritage of the artist. This amalgamation creates an intricate visual dimension, showing the vibrancy and strength of both cultures. The vivacious spirit of culture is illustrated through rich, contrasting colours and extravagant imagery, revealing its true beauty. Nevertheless, one should be reminded that below one’s culture, identity and skin colour, we have the same organs that make us all human.