As Singapore gears up to celebrate its landmark 50th birthday, there have been plenty of interesting projects to commemorate the occasion.
Social media has also been abuzz with photos, videos and snippets shared by netizens, harking back to the past.
Get ready those tissues - here's eight notable highlights for a heavy dose of nostalgia.
This hashtag calling on locals to recount their childhood memories started trending on Twitter on July 22. Still remember the milo truck that toured schools and some of the well-loved snacks that were a part of everyone's younger days?
2. Merlion drawing
Ong Yi Teck's amazing portrait of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew in March drew widespread plaudits, and the aspiring artist has done it again - this time producing a masterpiece of the Merlion. It took the 21-year-old over a week, writing the word "SG50" more than 25,000 times, to complete the drawing.
Now a tourism icon for Singapore, the Merlion first appeared as a symbol in 1964. A statue of it was erected in 1972.
3. The Play Project
The brainchild of Li Hui-Yi and photographer Stefen Chow, Play is an aerial survey of 100 playgrounds around the island. Their reason for doing it? "The playground is an integral point as Singapore went from village to a first world city nation in the last 50 years," according to its website.
Check out more stunning images from the project here.
4. Coconut grating machine
The provision shop of yesteryear was perfectly encapsulated in a 1980 photo posted by irememberSG on its Facebook page. Showing an elderly woman using a coconut grating machine in front of a provision shop, it pulled nearly 11,000 likes and was shared more than 1,200 times.
5. You're The Boy
A short film adapted from the real-life story of a local 1960s band, You're The Boy touched plenty of hearts and attracted more than 730,000 YouTube views with its poignant tale of a girl's quest to surprise her grandfather on his birthday.
6. Singapore OLD in NEW
History buffs will enjoy 3D animation studio Sixtrees' very cool take on blending scenes from modern Singapore with elements from the past.
More info can be found here.
7. Video Collage
Pulling together a collage of photos of items from a bygone era - think retro-looking buses and taxis, pagers and old-school toys - this video has been circulating on mobile app WhatsApp and other chat platforms.
8. KopiTimes series
The SG50 team speaks to 30 pioneers of Singapore, who reminisce about their fondest memories. Jeshua Solomon Judah, for instance, recounts how he personally crossed paths with the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
More videos here.
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