PASSAGE MAGAZINE

PASSAGE is FOM's popular glossy bi-monthly magazine that features articles relating to Singapore's museums, permanent collections, special exhibitions, local history, Asian art, travel and related topics. A subscription is included in our annual membership dues.

  1. Archaeology and the Singapore River (July/August 2011, p. 13)
  2. Back-Alley Barber (July/August 2012, p. 24)
  3. The Battle Box Today (November/December 2012, pp. 22-23)
  4. A Battlefield Tour (May/June 2009, p. 20)
  5. The Bike Guru of Farrer Road (September/October 2012, p. 5)
  6. The Bo Ai Scroll of Dr. Sun Yat Sen (September/October 2012, p. 17)
  7. Boat Quay in the 1970s: Singapore River Reminiscences (July/August 2011, p. 16)
  8. Bukit Brown Cemetery: The Past in the Future (September/October 2012, pp. 10-11)
  9. Chinese Street Opera in Singapore (January/February 2012, p. 6)
  10. Classical Architecture: The Singapore Shophouse (December 2009/January 2010, pp. 8-9)
  11. Cultivating Culture via Sculpture: Outdoor art in Singapore (May/June 2010, pp. 8-10)
  12. The Coolies of Singapore (January/February 2012, p. 12)
  13. Dragon Kilns: Dragons in Singapore (January/February 2012, pp. 10-11)
  14. A DragonMay have Breathed its Last (January/February 2013, pp. 20-21)
  15. The East Coast:A Seaside Walk to Remember (May/June 2009, pp. 6-7)
  16. Eurasians in Singapore (March/April 2012, pp. 18-19)
  17. A River Ramble: The Evolution of the Singapore River (July/August 2011, pp. 14-15)
  18. Exciting, Eclectic Art Deco(November/December 2010, pp. 6-7)
  19. Spices Now & Then: A walk through the Fort Canning Garden (January/February 2011, p. 11)
  20. The Fullerton Building: A Story of Conservation and Conversion (July/August 2012, pp. 18-19)
  21. Memories of the Singapore Hash House Harriets: Seeing Singapore on the Run (Jan/Feb 2011, p. 10)
  22. Kampong Wak Hassan: Memories of Times Past (September/October 2013, p. 9)
  23. Growing up in Katong, Part 1 (March 2009, p. 18)
  24. Growing up in Katong, Part 2 (April 2009, pp. 10-11)
  25. Growing up in Katong, Part 3 (May/June 2009, pp. 14-15)
  26. A Taste of Katong's Past: Childhood Memories of Hawker Fare (March/April 2011, p. 18)
  27. Honouring an Important Man: The funeral of Dr. Goh Keng Swee (Sep/Oct 2010, p. 7)
  28. The Ice-Ball Seller: For ten cents, it was a treat worth the wait (November/December 2010, p. 8)
  29. Light on the Lotus Hill (September/October 2011, pp. 10-11)
  30. The Lion Dance Costume Maker (March/April 2013, p. 7)
  31. Museum Quest: Family Adventures in Singapore's Museums (November/December 2012, pp. 20-21)
  32. My Singapore Roots: A third generation Dutch family (January/February 2012, p. 16)
  33. 19th Century Singaporethrough Paintings, Prints and Photographs (September 2009, pp. 14-15)
  34. Old Singapore Post Office Buildings: Standing the Test of Time (January/February 2012, p. 17)
  35. Overlooked Heritage in Chinatown (July/August 2012, p. 8)
  36. On Babies and B'ng kongs [a Peranakan Childhood] (December 2009/January 2010, pp. 10-11)
  37. On the Streets of Singapore (October 2009, pp. 14-16)
  38. Preserving the Memory of the Rail Corridor (November/December 2012, pp. 10-11)
  39. A Peranakan Man's Journey: Alvin Yapp (May/June 2011, p. 20)
  40. Potong Pasir: Another Side of Town (January/February 2011, p. 9)
  41. Quintessence: The Singapore Art Museum's former chapel (January/February 2012, pp. 14-15)
  42. Reminiscing About Orchard Road: A 1960 View of Singapore's Trendy Shopping Street (Jul/Aug, p. 10)
  43. Sculpture Square: From Sacred Space to Sculpture Sanctuary (January/February 2011, p. 8)
  44. The Turn-of-the-Century Shophouse: What's in a Name? (May/June 2013, pp. 12-13)
  45. Singapore Battle Box (September/October 2012, pp. 20-21)
  46. Singapore Film History (April 2009, pp. 12-13)
  47. Singapore Museums: A special section on the history of Singapore's Museums (Sep/Oct 2011, pp. 12-20)
  48. Singapore Museums: A special section on Singapore's Museums as the Guardians of History and Agents of Change (September/October 2013, pp. 12-20)
  49. Singapore's WWII Sites and the Resilience Trails (May/June 2012, pp. 18-19)
  50. Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (July/August 2012, pp. 14-15)
  51. Tigers in the Park; POWs by the Pool: WWII History is Uncovered at Adam Park (March/April 2011, p. 6)
  52. The Times of My Life: Memories of a Queenstown Childhood (December 2009/January 2010, p. 14)
  53. Underground Art: The work of local artists in the MRT transit experience (July/August 2010, p. 14)
  54. What a Difference a Year Can Make: Singapore 1960 at NMS (July/August 2010 pp. 8-9)
  1. Altars and Offerings (September/October 2011, p. 6)
  2. Chinese New Year (January/February 2012, p. 7)
  3. Clubhouses and Black & White Houses (September/October 2012, pp. 6-7)
  4. Coloured Spaces (July/August 2012, p. 7)
  5. Everyday Singapore (July/August 2013, p. 6)
  6. Food Court Forays (November/December 2013, p. 6)
  7. Hawker centres (May/June 2012, p. 10)
  8. Homes of Yesteryear (March/April 2013, p. 6)
  9. From Kampung to High-Rise (September/October 2013, p. 6)
  10. Little India (November/December 2011, p. 10)
  11. Orchids: Elegant Beauties (May/June 2013, p. 6)
  12. Singapore Memories: Rambutans... (November/December 2012, p. 6)
  13. Singapore Street Life (March/April 2012, p. 8)
  14. Snake Tales (January/February 2013, p. 6)
  1. Dragonflies (September/October 2012, pp. 8-9)
  2. Hornbills Make a Comeback in Singapore (September/October 2013, p. 7)
  3. Junking in Singapore - Part II (November/December 2013, p. 7)
  4. Orchids (May/June 2013, p. 7)
  5. Singapore Through a Curiosity Shop (July/August 2013, p. 7)
  6. Singapore's Heritage Trees (January/February 2013, p. 7)
  7. Wayang for the Good Brothers (November/December 2012, p. 7)
  1. Autumn holidays: Double Nine, Hungry Ghost, Mid-Autumn, & Birthday of the Monkey God (Sep 2009, p. 6-7)
  2. Light up for Deepavali: (November/December 2013, p. 4)
  3. The Hungry Ghost Festival: Food Offerings to Pacify the Spirits (September/October 2011, p. 7)
  4. Hari Raya Aidilfitri (September 2009, pp. 8-9)
  5. National Day: Singapore: Multiple Races, One Nation (July/August 2013, p. 4)
  1. Deepavali (November/December 2011, p. 11)
  2. The Pasola Festival in Sumba, Indonesia (November/December 2012, pp. 24-25)
  3. Songkran (March/April 2012, p. 6)
  4. Thaipusam: A Piercing Experience (January/February 2011, p. 16)
  5. Thimithi and Navarathiri (September 2009, pp. 10-11)
  1. The Myth of Batak Cannibalism? (May/June 2013, p. 3)
  2. Buddhapada: Footprint of the Buddha (July/August 2009, p. 5)
  3. Chinese Tomb Guardians (July/August 2010, p. 5)
  4. Dayak Hudoq Masks (September/October 2012, p. 14)
  5. The Dragons of the Asian Civilisations Museum (January/February 2012, p. 5)
  6. Ganesh: Who Said Elephants Were Afraid of Mice? (May/June 2009, p. 5)
  7. In Search of the Origins of the Kedah Buddha (March/April 2011, p. 7)
  8. The bodhisattva Kshitigarbha (October 2009, p. 5)
  9. The Chinese Qin: Exploring an instrument of strings and scholars (March/April 2010, p. 5)
  10. The Kiswah: Covering the Ka'bah in silk and gold (May/June 2010, p. 5)
  11. The Kushan Buddha: A Mathura Masterpiece (January/February 2013, p. 5)
  12. Nias woodcarvings: The True Spirit of the Adu Zatua (February 2010, p. 5)
  13. Pichhavai of Krishna as Shrinathji (November/December 2011, p. 5)
  14. An Instrument of Social Change: The Qur'an (September/October 2013, p. 18)
  15. The Saivaite Child-Saint Sambandar (July/August 2013, p. 5)
  16. Shiva: The Antelope Attribute of Shiva (April 2009, p. 5)
  17. Shiva: The Antelopes of Shiva, Part II (May/June 2012, p. 7)
  18. The Gilt Bronze Silkworm: Spinning Yarns of War and Peace (March/April 2013, p. 3)
  19. Sun, Moon & Universe: Decoding Celestial Symbols from Ancient China (Dec 2009/Jan 2010, p. 5)
  20. The Sukhothai Walking Buddha (March 2009, p. 5)
  21. The Swastika (September 2009, p. 5)
  22. Tibetan Buddhism: A Glimpse, through Syamatara (July/August 2011, p. 9)

•    The Esplanade from Scandal Point (November/December 2013, p. 5)
•    The Headless Horseman of Singapore (September/October 2012, p. 13)
•    HDB: Home Ownership for the People (September/October 2013, p. 15)
•    John Clang: Contemporary Photographer (March/April 2013, pp. 16-17)
•    Lim Boon Keng (1869-1957): An Advocate for Social Change (September/October 2013, p. 12)
•    A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (November/December 2012, pp. 12-13)
•    Sir Shenton Thomas (1879-1962): A Noble Life of Distinguished Service (May/June 2011, p. 9)
•    Sculptures at the National Museum (March/April 2012, p. 5)
•    William Farquhar's Drawings (September/October 2012, p. 15)

  1. Emily of Emerald Hill at the Peranakan Museum (November/December 2012, pp. 16-17)
  2. Kueh Kueh Peranakan (November/December 2012, p. 8)
  3. Holding Court Beyond the Kitchen: Madam Kwa Geok Choo (1920-2010) (July/August 2013, p. 13)
  4. Nonyawares of Phoenixes and Peonies (July/August 2009, pp. 12-13)
  5. Peranakan Motifs: Not all Chinese motifs made the journey (January/February 2011, p. 7)
  6. Peranakan Wedding Beds (September/October 2012, p. 16)
  7. The Peranakans and their Jewellery: Baba Bling (July/August 2009, pp. 14-15)
  8. The Peranakan World Goes to South Korea: A Travelling Exhibition (May/June 2013, p. 24)
  9. Tracing the Lineage of Peranakan Fashion: A special exhibition at TPM (May/June 2011, pp. 14-15)
  1. The Malay Heritage Centre Re-Opens its Doors to Visitors (May/June 2013, pp. 16-17)
  2. An Introduction to the use of Sirih in Malay Culture (September/October 2013, pp. 10-11)
  3. Zubir Said and the Strohmenger Piano (September/October 2013, p. 14)
  1. The Arab World on its Own Terms and Conditions (July/August 2013, p. 24)
  2. A Land of Fantasy and Dreams: The Art Garden at the Singapore Art Museum 2013 (Jul/Aug 2013, pp. 16-17)
  3. Welcome to the Art Garden 2012--Childrens' Season @8Q: The Art Garden at the Singapore Art Museum 2012 (July/August 2012, pp. 10-11)
  4. Amanda Heng Retrospective at the Singapore Art Museum (September/October 2011, p. 5)
  5. Artist and Model by Liu Kang (September/October 2012, p. 18)
  6. Chun Kai Feng's Parklife: Social Change and Contemporary Art in Singapore (September/October 2013, p. 16)
  7. Two Decades of Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia 1991-2011 (May/June 2011, p. 8)
  8. Dale Chihuly's sculptures: Through the Chihuly-Glass (July/August 2010, pp. 6-7)
  9. CUT THRU: A View on 21st Century Thai Art (January/February 2012, p. 20)
  10. Engaging with Contemporary Art at SAM (July/August 2013, p. 8)
  11. Meet the Singapore Art Museum's Neighbours: A Walking Tour (July/August 2013, pp. 18-19)
  12. Natee Utarit's solo exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum (November/December 2010, p. 17)
  13. Panorama at SAM: An Outward Look into Asian Art (July/August 2012, pp. 16-17)
  14. Towards Social Change: Performance Art in Singapore (September/October 2013, p. 17)
  15. A Peek at the President's Young Talents 2013 (July/August 2013, p. 12)
  16. The Singapore Biennale 2011 (March/April 2011, pp. 12-13)
  17. The Singapore Biennale 2013 (November/December 2013, p. 23)
  18. The Singapore Biennales: An Overview (September/October 2013, p. 8)
  19. Thai Transience at the Singapore Art Museum (January/February 2013, pp. 22-23)
  20. The Art of Wu Guanzhong: A Decussation of Cultures (May/June 2009, pp. 16-19)
  21. Wu Guanzhong: Seeing Through the Master's Eyes (November/December 2012, p. 5)
  22. Wu Guanzhong's Road to Abstraction (November/December 2013, pp. 16-17)
  1. Dazzled by Do Ho Suh: The Artist Experiments with Printmaking at STPI (March/April 2011, pp. 14-15)
  2. Hong Zu An: Ascetic Serenity (September/October 2012, p. 19)
  3. Printmaking: Voice of Social Change (September/October 2013, p. 20)
  4. The Singapore Tyler Print Institute Autumn 2013 Exhibitions (September/October 2013, pp. 22-23)
  1. Kindred Spirits: Dr Sun Yat Sen, Singapore and Japan (July/August 2013, p. 13)
  2. The Printing Press at SYSNMH (September/October 2013, p. 19)
  1. Asian Films in Singapore (September/October 2011, p. 8)
  2. Between Here and Nanyang: Marco Hsu's Brief History of Malayan Art (November/December 2013, pp. 10-11)
  3. Burma's Sacred Prayer Book: The Kammawa-sa (November/December 2013, p. 22)
  4. Clan Jetties of Penang (January/February 2012, pp. 18-19)
  5. Confident Connoisseurs: The Mughals had an eye for colour and beauty (March/April 2010, pp. 12-13)
  6. Couched Gold Thread Embroidery (Tekat) in Malay Weddings (November/December 2013, pp. 14-15)
  7. Enter the Dragon [Year] (January/February 2012, p. 8)
  8. The Gamelan: The Stirring Sound of Music (March/April 2012, pp. 12-13)
  9. The Indomitable Hakka People of China (July/August 2013, pp. 14-15)
  10. Ilham Alam: Nature and Healing in the Malay World (November/December 2013, p. 8)
  11. Indian Dance Traditions through the Ages (January/February 2013, pp. 18-19)
  12. Indian Wedding Customs: Tradition and Spectacle (July/August 2013, pp. 22-23)
  13. An Introduction to the Kris (March/April 2013, pp. 10-11)
  14. A Story of Survival and Revival: The Lepchas of Sikkim (July/Aug 2010, pp. 12-13)
  15. Preserving Mayel Lyang: The Lepchas Fight to Save Their Land (March/April 2013, pp. 12-13)
  16. Malay Prayer Accessories (July/August 2011, p. 10)
  17. Myanmar's Iconic Art form: Making More of the Marionette (March/April 2013, p. 8)
  18. Pakistan's Contemporary Miniature Art (March/April 2013, pp. 20-21)
  19. Sazigyo: Making Merit [tablet-woven manuscript binders] (May/June 2011, pp. 16-17)
  20. State of the Art in Singapore: Singapore becomes a leading art centre (January 2011, pp. 14-15)
  21. Iznik's [Turkey] Colourful Ceramics: Tile Revival (July/August 2009, p. 8)
  22. The Traditional Chinese Almanac: The Tung Shu (January 2011, p. 17)
  23. Dancing the Ramayana Across Asia (April 2009, pp. 6-7)
  24. Ramayana Revisited: A tale of love and adventure (March/April 2010, pp. 10-11)
  25. Ramayana and Sri Lanka (November/December 2011, p. 6)
  26. Singapore Film History (April 2009, pp. 12-13)
  27. An Introduction to Traditional Thai Crafts (January/February 2013, p. 8)
  28. Thai Silk King: Jim Thompson (January/February 2013, pp. 12-13)
  29. The House that Jim Built: The Jim Thompson House (Bangkok, Thailand) (May/June 2013, pp. 18-19)
  30. Thai Mother-of-Pearl Inlay (January/February 2013, pp. 14-15)
  31. The Thai Spirit House (January/February 2013, pp. 10-11)
  32. Tibetan Performing Arts (November/December 2013, pp. 20-21)
  33. Wayang Kulit: The Dance of the Shadows (April 2009, pp. 8-9)
  34. Woodwork: A renowned Kashmiri Handicraft (May/June 2012, p. 8)
  1. The Belitung Shipwreck and Jewel of Muscat: The find that redefined regional trade (January 2011, p. 19)
  2. Blue and White Wares of the Ming Dynasty (July/August 2009, pp. 10-11)
  3. Buried and Sunken Treasures: Firing the Imagination (February 2010, p. 6)
  4. Chinese Ceramics at a Glance (July/August 2009, p. 9)
  5. Creating Creatures in Ceramic: Singapore Ceramic Sculptor Jessie Lim (Nov/Dec 2010, p. 5)
  6. Nonyawares of Phoenixes and Peonies (July/August 2009, pp. 12-13)
  7. Porcelain and the Portuguese Trade (September/October 2012, p. 12)
  8. Understanding Ceramics (July/August 2009, pp. 6-7)
  1. Deepavali (November/December 2011, p. 11)
  2. The Foods of a Singaporean Chinese New Year (January/February 2012, p. 9)
  3. Singapore's Hawker Stalls (May/June 2012, p. 11)
  4. Kueh Kueh Peranakan (November/Deccember 2012, p. 8)
  5. The Healing Properties of Chinese Cuisine (July/August 2011, p. 17)
  6. The Hungry Ghost Festival: Food Offerings to Pacify the Spirits (September/October 2011, p. 7)
  7. Spices Now & Then: A walk through the Fort Canning Garden (January/February 2011, p. 11)
  8. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Medicinal Herbs (March/April 2012, p. 9)
  1. Asian Jewellery: A series of short articles: Indian Jewellery (Nov/Dec 2013, p. 11); more to come
  2. Malay Jewellery: Where Traditional Culture Endures (July/August 2011, p. 12)
  3. The Peranakans and their Jewellery: Baba Bling (July/August 2009, pp. 14-15)
  4. South Indian Jewellery: Motifs and Metaphors (July/August 2009, pp. 16-17)
  1. Couched Gold Thread Embroidery (Tekat) in Malay Weddings (November/December 2013, pp. 14-15)
  2. The Voyage of the Flowering Basket: Traditional Indian Patola in Southeast Asia (May/June 2012, pp. 12-13)
  3. Patterns of Trade: Indian Trade Textiles (March/April 2012, pp. 10-11)
  4. India's Heirloom Textile: Grandmother's Sari in the Cupboard (November/December 2011, pp. 12-13)
  5. Kalagas: Thailand's Exquisite Wall Hangings (November/December 2013, pp. 14-15)
  6. The Sacred Textile Art of Mata-ni-Pachedi [of the Devipujak community of Gujarat, India] (November/December 2013, pp. 14-15)
  7. Sazigyo: Making Merit [tablet-woven manuscript binders] (May/June 2011, pp. 16-17)
  8. Square Altar Table Aprons (January/February 2012, p. 13)
  9. Tracing the Lineage of Peranakan Fashion: A special exhibition at TPM (May/June 2011, pp. 14-15)
  10. My Love Affair with the Qi Pao (May/June 2012, pp. 22-23)
  11. A Stitch in Time: Mr. Le Van Kinh, Silk embroidery artist and calligrapher (May/June 2012, p. 6)
  1. The Art Gallery of New South Wales (September 2009, p. 12)
  2. Brussels, Belgium: The Japanese Tower and Chinese Pavilion (May/June 2013, p. 9)
  3. Tribal Art meets Modernist Works at Museum Pasifika, Bali (September/October 2010, p. 16)
  4. The Burrell Collection: Glasgow, Scotland (April 2009, p. 18)
  5. The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, Ireland (November/December 2011, p. 7)
  6. The Cinquantenaire Museum, Brussels, Belgium (July/August 2012, p. 9)
  7. Dallas, Texas: The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art (July/August 2009, p. 4)
  8. The Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library in Patna, Bihar, India (March/April 2013, p. 9)
  9. Luang Prabang's National Museum (July/August 2010, p. 15)
  10. Maharaja Sansar Chandra Museum, India (November/December 2012, p. 9)
  11. A Voyage of Discovery: Navigating the Maritime Experiental Museum (of Singapore) with Children (July/August 2012, p. 26)
  12. Asia at the Met: The Metropolitan Museum of Art (May/June 2011, p. 11)
  13. The Miniatures Museum of Taiwan: A Collection of Miniatures (May/June 2011, p. 21)
  14. Museu de Macao (May/June 2009, p. 12)
  15. Museum Pasifika, Bali: Tribal art meets modernist works (September/October 2010, p. 16)
  16. Museum of the Treasury of National Iranian Jewels: A Gem of a Discovery (January 2011, p. 18)
  17. The Nakhon Si Thammarat National Museum, Thailand (November/December 2013, p. 9)
  18. The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (March 2009, p. 20)
  19. The National Museum of Bangkok (March/April 2012, p. 7)
  20. The National Museum of Malaysia: Special exhibition on Coffins, Traditions and Mysteries (July/August 2011, p. 11)
  21. The National Palace Museum of Taiwan: Pleasures of the Imperial Treasure (November/December 2010, p. 13)
  22. The Philadelphia Museum of Art (December 2009/January 2010, p. 7)
  23. The Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia (October 2009, p. 17)
  24. The Sarawak Museum, Kuching (March/April 2011, p. 16)
  25. Sharjah Archaeology Museum, UAE, The Bunsen Burner (July/August 2013, p. 9)
  26. Quintessence: The Singapore Art Museum's former chapel (January/February 2012, pp. 14-15)
  27. Singapore Museums: A special section on the history of Singapore's Museums (September/October 2011, pp. 12-20)
  28. Seniwati Gallery of Art by Women [Ubud, Bali], (November/December 2011, p. 28)
  29. The Sri Pratap Singh Museum in Srinagar, Kashmir (May/June 2012, p. 9)
  30. The Suan Pakkad Palace Museum, Bangkok (January/February 2013, p. 9)
  31. Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, Singapore (September/October 2011, p. 9)
  32. Report from Tohoku, Japan: Museums in the Disaster Zone (May/June 2012, p. 20)
  33. Report from Tohoku, Part II (July/August 2012, pp. 12-13)
  34. Visiting the Topkapi Palace: The Heart of the Ottoman Empire (February 2010, p. 9)
  35. The Zanabazar Museum of Fine Arts and the Bogd Khan Museum, Ulaan Baatar: 
Zanabazar's Divine Art: Buddhist Images in Ulaan Baatar (November 2009, p. 12)
  1. Masterpieces from the Aga Khan Collection: Architecture in Islamic Arts (September/October 2012, pp. 22-23)
  2. Artistic Response in 19th Century France: Embracing Modernity and Change; A special exhibition from the Musee d'Orsay (November/December 2011, pp. 14-15)
  3. The Wedding Dress: 200 Years of Wedding Fashion from the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (July/August 2012, pp. 22-23)
  4. Camping & Tramping: The Museum in Malaya (May/June 2013, p. 25)
  5. Immortal Remains: The Enduring Legacy of China's First Emperor (July/August 2011, pp. 6-7)
  6. The Congo: Connecting African Arts to Asia (November/December 2010, pp. 14-15)
  7. Enlightened Ways: The Many Streams of Buddhist Art in Thailand (January/August 2013, pp. 16-17)
  8. Across Culture: Gold of Ukraine and Singapore, an NMS exhibition (May/June 2012, pp. 14-15)
  9. Behind the Scenes of the Gold Rush: Treasures of Ukraine Exhibition (July/August 2012, p. 25)
  10. Pompeii: Life in a Roman Town 79 CE at the National Museum (September/October 2010, pp. 12-13)
  11. Princely Treasures from the House of Liechtenstein (May/June 2013, pp. 10-11)
  12. The Ideal Beauty of the Punu Okuyi: White Masks from Gabon (March/April 2011, p. 17)
  1. The World Heritage Sites of The Ajanta & Ellora (May/June 2010, p. 11)
  2. Splendour in Stone: Ajanta-Ellora Study Tour (July/August 2012, pp. 20-21)
  3. Meeting the Asmat: An American Family in West Papua (March/April 2012, pp. 16-17)
  4. Bangkok, Thailand: The Mandarin Oriental (July/August 2013, pp. 20-21)
  5. Peaking in Bhutan: Highlights of a 2009 FOM study tour (May/June 2010, pp. 6-7)
  6. Painting Bali: Highlights of a 2013 FOM study tour (July/August 2013, pp. 10-11)
  7. The Bodhgaya Shadow: What we fear about the dark may just be ourselves (November/December 2010, p. 16)
  8. Coromandel: Highlights of an India Study Tour (September/October 2010, pp. 14-15)
  9. The World of Ancient Egypt (February 2010, pp. 12-13)
  10. The Wonders of Ephesus: A Journey to a Modern city of the Ancient Age (November 2009, p. 13)
  11. Hampi [India]: Timeless City (November/December, pp. 18-19)
  12. Japan: Trains, Temples and Table Temptations (July/August 2011, pp. 18-19)
  13. Jiayuguan, China: The End of the Great Wall (November 2009, p. 9)
  14. Jingdezhen, China: A Porcelain Painter's Odyssey (November 2009, p. 8)
  15. Malacca: A UNESCO World Heritage Site just a short drive from Singapore (October 2009, p. 8)
  16. Entrance to the Sacred Space of a Maori Marae Requires a Song (May/June 2013, p. 8)
  17. Exploring the Middle East (February 2010, pp. 10-11)
  18. Orissa's Konarak Temple: Home of the Sun God Surya (November/December 2011, pp. 16-17)
  19. Sailing Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia (November 2009, pp. 6-7)
  20. Art Galleries on Wheels: Pakistani Truck Art (November/December 2012, pp. 14-15)
  21. FOM Study Tour January 2013: From Patna to Benares [India] (November/December 2013, p. 24)
  22. Ancient Pushkar in Rajasthan (March/April 2013, pp. 14-15)
  23. Touring Rajasthan: Desert Realm of the Rajputs (May/June 2013, pp. 22-23)
  24. Ranthambore National Park, India (March/April 2013, pp. 18-19)
  25. Sarawak Surprises: In the Land of the White Rajahs (March/April 2011, p. 10)
  26. Watering Holes of the Empire: The Sarkies Brothers Hotels (March 2009, p. 6)
  27. Shamanic Practice in a Hidden Himalayan Valley (November/December 2012, pp. 18-19)
  28. A Privileged Tour of Sikkim (March/April 2011, p. 8)
  29. At the heart of The Silk Road (March/April 2011, p. 9)
  30. The Great Ghats Scene:A wildlife-spotting trip in the hills of South India (March/April 2010, pp. 8-9)
  31. The Pasola Festival in Sumba, Indonesia (November/December 2012, pp. 24-25)
  32. A Spicy Ride through History: Biking in Thailand (March/April 2011, p. 11)
  33. A Family's Travels in Tibet (May/June 2011, p. 18-19)
  34. Turkmenistan: An FOM Study Tour (May/June 2012, pp. 16-17)
  35. Uzbekistan: The Heart of Central Asia (March/April 2013, pp. 22-23)
  36. Xi'an in Just 5 Days, I Say! (September/October 2010, p. 18)
  37. From Xi'an to Kashgar: Sunsets over sand dunes on the Silk Road study tour (March/April 2010, pp. 6-7)
  38. And don't miss our special dedicated page for write-ups of past FOM study tours
  1. 2012 FOM Photo Competition (March/April 2012, pp. 14-15)
  2. Artist Linda Ting Wareham: An Artist Re-Awakens (July/August 2011, p. 8)
  3. Connie Mangskau: Socialite, Antiquarian, Spy (May/June 2013, pp. 20-21)
  4. Learning from the Longhouse: Building in Bali requires patience (November/December 2010, p. 12)
  5. Buying Art on the Internet (July/August 2011, pp 20-21)
  6. From the Flowery County to New Gold Mountain (January/February 2013, pp. 24-25)
  7. Guiding Younger Visitors (May/June 2011, pp. 12-13)
  8. Holidays Away from Home: Members find creative ways to celebrate (November/December 2010, pp. 10-11)
  9. A Broken Foot leads to Dinner with dancer Li Cunxin (March/April 2011, p. 19)
  10. Shophouse dollhouses: Heritage in Miniature (May/June 2013, pp. 14-15)
  11. Tips for Travel Photographers from our FOM Travel Photography class
  12. Volunteering (September/October 2013, pp. 4-5)
  13. The World Federation of Friends of Museums (WFFM) 2010 (September/October 2010, p. 6)
  14. The World Federation of Friends of Museums (WFFM) 2011: XIV Congress in Genoa (May/June 2012, p. 21)