Published on : 7 May 2019
Curious about what goes on in the National Archives of Singapore? Join us for this monthly series of talks, as we unlock stories of our nation through the Archives’ collections.
What’s the best way to preserve personal documents that are
meaningful to us? How can we handle and store our personal records such as graduation certificates, marriage certificates, drivers’ licences, or even letters – and keep them in optimal condition?
Join Conservator Ong Fang Zheng as she shares about paper deterioration
and ways to care for your personal documents.
Tuesday, 11 June 2019
7.00 pm – 8.00 pm
Level 3, Oldham Theatre
National Archives of Singapore
1 Canning Rise, Singapore 179868
Free admission. Register now via https://bit.ly/2vtUv2E
About the Speaker
Fang Zheng graduated with a degree in Conservation of Books and Library Materials from West Dean College, UK and completed internships at the Conservation Studio, Israel Museum and the National Archives of Singapore (NAS). At NAS, she is involved in developing laboratory processes, conservation consultation, condition assessments and surveys, project management and professional development in the Archives Conservation Lab.