Amazing, Awesome concert finale

Taking centre stage are (from left) Aadeetiya Jayashanker, Jyotsnaa Jayashanker and Annette Yeong as they perform the song Mustapha during the India segment. They are joined by Jitterbugs Swingapore, ChildAid Dancers and ChildAid Symphonettes. Gisele
Gisele Chiam, ChildAid Dancers and ChildAid Symphonettes performing the song Kowloon Hong Kong during the Hong Kong segment. Singer-songwriter Dick Lee was the artistic director of the ChildAid concert this year.ST PHOTOS: ARIFFIN JAMAR, LIM YAOHUI
Taking centre stage are (from left) Aadeetiya Jayashanker, Jyotsnaa Jayashanker and Annette Yeong as they perform the song Mustapha during the India segment. They are joined by Jitterbugs Swingapore, ChildAid Dancers and ChildAid Symphonettes. Gisele
Taking centre stage are (from left) Aadeetiya Jayashanker, Jyotsnaa Jayashanker and Annette Yeong as they perform the song Mustapha during the India segment. They are joined by Jitterbugs Swingapore, ChildAid Dancers and ChildAid Symphonettes.ST PHOTOS: ARIFFIN JAMAR, LIM YAOHUI
Taking centre stage are (from left) Aadeetiya Jayashanker, Jyotsnaa Jayashanker and Annette Yeong as they perform the song Mustapha during the India segment. They are joined by Jitterbugs Swingapore, ChildAid Dancers and ChildAid Symphonettes. Gisele
Minister for Social and Family Development Desmond Lee mingling with performers on Friday night. Far right: Young performers signing autographs after the concert.ST PHOTOS: ARIFFIN JAMAR, LIM YAOHUI
Taking centre stage are (from left) Aadeetiya Jayashanker, Jyotsnaa Jayashanker and Annette Yeong as they perform the song Mustapha during the India segment. They are joined by Jitterbugs Swingapore, ChildAid Dancers and ChildAid Symphonettes. Gisele
Young performers signing autographs after the concert.ST PHOTOS: ARIFFIN JAMAR, LIM YAOHUI

Last night saw the finale of this year's ChildAid concert organised by The Straits Times and The Business Times. The 90-minute show, An Amazing, Awesome Asian Adventure, featured more than 190 young performers and raised more than $2.1 million at the 13th edition of the annual charity concert. The funds will go to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on November 26, 2017, with the headline 'Amazing, Awesome concert finale'. Print Edition | Subscribe