Largest Rice Art Display

Largest Rice Art Display

Blue Cross Charitable Institution was established in 1942 by some local temples during the Japanese Occupation to take care of the diseased, homeless and unattended corpses. Today it continues its services towards the disadvantaged and the destitute. For its 75th anniversary celebration, brown and white rice were used to create the portrait of Song Dafeng (born in AD1039) who was a Chinese warrior, magistrate, monk, and founder of temples in the Teochew region in Guangdong which the Singapore temples are affiliated to. The 22.0m by 14.6m rice display was set up at Singapore Expo on 18 Nov 2017.

The making of the rice art…

 

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