Hui Hui Cultural Association of Singapore was formed in 2019 by a group of enthusiastic local Chinese passionate about their cultural heritage and determined to serve the community.
They come from varied educational and social background from ordinary members of the our society, community leaders, businessmen, assatizah to professionals. Amongst them are workers, lawyers, architects, teachers, lecturers, assatizah, artists, businessmen and others.
Determined to serve the Hui Hui community, the leaders seek to adopt an inclusive approach in the context of Chinese Community of various religious background in multi-racial Singapore.
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We invite you to be a member of Hui Hui Cultural Association and join us as Ordinary or Associate Members.
If you are a Chinese-Muslim reverts, then consider joining us as a Life Membership.
The three categories of membership are:
^ Student to apply under Ordinary Membership box. Students are referred as under Secondary, Tertiary & Polytechnic.
* Associate and ^Student members do not have voting rights at the Annual General Meeting
How To Be A Member
Complete the membership form online with the necessary payment of membership fees via PayNow mode.
Screenshot a copy of the payment Confirmation Note and notify us.
Lifetime : S$150
Ordinary Member / Associate Member
1-Year : S$20
Approval of membership will take about 4 weeks to process. Every application or renewal of membership shall be subjected to approval.
For further information on Memberships,
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