Theme: Connecting With Connected Kids
Once upon a cyberspace, children explored the world through libraries, bedtime tales and story books. Books are still around, but they are looking different. As technology puts media access into children’s pockets and bedrooms, how do content makers stay connected with connected kids?
Get the answers at The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) in Singapore from 26 – 28 May 2011. Organised by the National Book Development Council of Singapore and The Arts House, this festival is back — bigger, better and bolder.
Join experts from around the world at Asia’s gateway to the international children’s content market. Celebrate, contemplate and collaborate on exciting new ways to engage, educate and empower the world’s children on a global stage through uniquely Asian content.
About Asian Festival of Children’s Content
Over a billion children in Asia lack good resources, both for their education and entertainment. Those who have the means and the access, benefit from a wide selection of edutainment material available from the West. Asian material, even those available, is seldom promoted and is therefore left unexplored. Bringing quality Asian content to children is paramount as it would make children aware of Asia’s unique environment and cultural values, promote understanding of, and love for, the literary and visual arts. It will thereby lay the foundation for a good and all-round education.
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