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YOUNG PEOPLE'S PERFORMING ARTS ENSEMBLE LTD

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What does YOUNG PEOPLE'S PERFORMING ARTS ENSEMBLE LTD do?

Young People's Performing Arts Ensemble (YPPAE) is a renowned Mandarin theatre performing arts company dedicated to promoting Chinese culture and nurturing young talent through creative productions. Our original full-length performances have reached over 45,000 students and youths, inspiring them with the wealth of Chinese tradition and wisdom. We aim to foster a deep appreciation for culture and performing arts among today's youth, grooming home-grown talent through engaging and fun environments that develop linguistic skills and expressive abilities. Our artistes are known for their dextrously delightful articulation of Standard Mandarin, making them stand out as distinguished individuals both onstage and in the world. Join us in our mission to promote Chinese culture, nurture cultural elites, and enrich lives through theatre arts.

Founded

1999

People

yeo hiok khoon, asha a hemrajani, xie shangbin, koh li qun, kelvin (xu liqun)

Causes

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Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1999
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promoting Chinese culture and heritage to young people through theatre arts performances, encouraging cultural appreciation and understanding.
  • Nurturing the next generation of Chinese cultural elites by providing a platform for them to develop their linguistic skills and expressive abilities in Mandarin.
  • Fostering creativity, critical thinking, and independent thought among youths through engaging with performing arts.
  • Enhancing self-confidence and identity development among young people through participating in creative drama activities.
  • Contributing to the local arts scene by producing high-quality Mandarin theatre productions that cater to a diverse audience, including children and adults.
  • Positioning Singapore as a regional hub for creative arts by showcasing world-class Chinese cultural youth theatre performances on

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Program Expense Ratio

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