Dibashram – A Communal-Cultural Space for Singapore’s Migrant Workers

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Mr Moshin first came to Singapore in 1991 to finish his studies, during which he served as a letter writer for Bangladeshi workers in the Little India area. Seeing a need for a cultural outlet, he first setup Banglar Kantha in 2006 before Dibrasham came along in 2011. Yet times have caught up with the centre’s operating cost.

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