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Halaqah Series 2015: Jawi, The Revival

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Thu, 8 January 2015, 7 pm - 10 pm | Malay
Singapore Institute of Management
SIM Malay Cultural & Muslim Society
Hazrin Mohamad

halaqah, jawi

Fees: Free

The use of Jawi in Singapore is still insignificant and one of the ways to revive it is through relaying its importance among students which we hope will be able to spark curiosity and interest them to come forth in learning it. Hence, Jawi: The Revival will focus on the history of the Jawi script and its demise. It will also touch on the contemporary form of the script, one of the attempts to reintroduce Jawi.

Main Objectives:

1. Understanding history of Jawi

2. Significance of Jawi in the Art scene

3. How the linguistic aspects of Jawi links to Islam

Led by: Mr Hazrin Bin Mohamad

Profile: Founder & Creative Director of HazWorkz Design
1.Custom artwork for homes and office
2.Jawi Calligraffiti Workshop
•Naval Base Secondary (February 2014)
•NUS Islamic Awareness Week (February 2014)
•98ft Education & Financial Literacy (February 2014)
•Anderson Secondary (March 2014)
•Opera Estate Primary School (July 2014)
•Canberra Secondary School (July 2014)
•Kranji Primary School (July 2014)
•Clementi Woods Secondary (August 2014)
•Loyang Primary School (August 2014)
•HazWorkz (June 2014, September 2014, November 2014


Register at


7.00 - 8.00pm | Arrival of Guests + Light Refreshments + Maghrib Prayers

8.00 - 9.30pm | Sharing Session by Mr Hazrin

9.30 - 9.45pm | Questions & Answers

9.45 - 10.00pm | Closing

For more information or enquiry, please email to [email protected]

Singapore Institute of Management HQ, 461 Clementi Road Singapore 599491


Singapore Institute of Management

461 Clementi Rd, Singapore 599491


SIM Malay Cultural & Muslim Society


Hazrin Mohamad


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