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SINGAPORE – The stories of everyday Singaporeans have taken centre stage in the shortlist for this year’s NUS History Prize, which seeks to encourage engagement with Singapore’s history and make its nuances “more accessible”. “As one of the world’s most diverse nations, we believe that a shared imagination, including through our historical legacy, is critical to how we hold ourselves together,” NUS said in a statement.

The prize, which was created in 2014 in support of SG50, was mooted by Kishore Mahbubani, a Distinguished Fellow at NUS Asia Research Institute and chairman of the current jury. Its name, he explained, reflects President John F Kennedy’s 1962 ‘moonshot’ speech challenging Americans to reach the moon by the end of that decade. “I hope that the prize will also inspire a similar endeavour in our time,” he said.

This year’s winner, Prof Miksic, a leading archaeologist, won the prize for his book Singapore and the Silk Road of the Sea, 1300-1800. It lays the foundation for a “fundamental reinterpretation” of the history of Southeast Asia, he said. He cited examples of literary records from the 13th and 14th centuries that suggested Singapore was already part of this region.

He will be presented with the award at the Inside World Festival of Interiors, which is running alongside the WAF from October 29 to November 1. The prize is open to projects from all shortlisted finalists and no additional fees are required to be considered for the award. The judging panel this year will include Kelley Cheng, Emre Arolat, Ian Ritchie, Sonali Rastogi and Mario Cucinella, among others. The winner will receive a trophy and a cash prize of S$100,000. The other three shortlisted finalists will each receive S$50,000. In addition to the main prizes, the organisers have introduced two new awards to celebrate outstanding contributions to Asian design. The Rising Asian Stars and Newcomers awards will be presented at the ceremony as well. The event will be held at the Mediacorp Theatre in Singapore. It will be hosted by actresses Hannah Waddingham and Sterling K Brown, with performances from Bastille, One Republic and US singer Bebe Rexha. Actors Donnie Yen, Nomzamo Mbatha and Cate Blanchett will also appear. They will all be wearing green, in line with the sustainability theme of the awards.

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