Singapore’s ‘Hawker’ Culture will get UNESCO recognition

The Hawker Culture of avenue meals in Singapore has been inducted by UNESCO in its prestigious ‘Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’. The Hawker Culture is a well-liked Singaporean fashion of avenue eating and culinary practices in a multicultural city surroundings.

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About Hawker:

Hawker centres are naturally-ventilated premises with stalls promoting meals from varied cultures like Chinese, Malay, Indian, amongst others. The Hawkers of Singapore are recognized to grasp a wide range of cuisines which they serve on the ‘community dining rooms’ the place individuals from throughout all walks of life collect and share their distinctive experiences.

Important takeaways for all aggressive exams:

  • UNESCO headquarters: Paris, France.
  • UNESCO Head: Audrey Azoulay.
  • UNESCO Founded: 16 November 1945.

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