• Compartimos el boletin cultural "Quipu virtual nº 20. Zenobio Dagha, el violinista de Mantaro"


    25/06/2020                                                                    News




  • Exhibition on Huamán Poma de Ayala was showcased in Singapore


    07/04/2020                                                                    News

    On March 17, the Embassy of Peru in Singapore in collaboration with Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts - NAFA, inaugurated “Camina el Autor”, an exhibition on the work of the Peruvian chronicler Huamán Poma de Ayala. The exhibition was showcased in the gallery “Lim Hak Tai” of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. This was a way to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic relations between Peru and Singapore. Diplomacia CulturalCentro Cultural Inca Garcilaso del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores





  • PERUVIAN CHEF VIRGILIO MARTINEZ GIVES AN INSIGHT OF PERU’S CULINARY RICHNESS AT THE TV PROGRAM “FOOD IN OUR TIME” (CHANNEL NEWS ASIA)


    10/03/2020                                                                    News

    NEWS – PERUVIAN CHEF VIRGILIO MARTINEZ GIVES AN INSIGHT OF PERU’S CULINARY RICHNESS AT THE TV PROGRAM “FOOD IN OUR TIME” (CHANNEL NEWS ASIA) The Embassy of Peru id proud to share the Episode 2 of the TV Show “Food in Our Times” (Channel News Asia). In this edition, the Peruvian Michelin starred chef Virgilio Martinez gives an insight of Peru´s culinary richness and tradition.





  • Exhibition - Camina el Autor


    04/03/2020                                                                    News

    NAFA and the Embassy of Peru in Singapore present the extraordinary work of Peruvian chronicler Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala (1534-1615) that explores the history of the indigenous people of Peru, Andean civilisation and the Spanish conquest seen through the eyes of an illustrator and historian. This touring exhibition comprises of 32 panels of images with accompanying texts reproduced from the original manuscript that was completed in 1615. Guaman Poma de Ayala himself wrote the text and drew the 398 illustrations by hand. These drawings are from his chronicle, The New Chronicle and Good Government, which represents an ambitious account of the whole Pre-Hispanic Andean history, the emergence of the Inca Empire and the impact of the Spanish conquest of Peru since 1532. The illustrations of this manuscripts constitute a big component of this masterpiece, which depicts the harsh conditions of living under the Spanish rule. This work is also known as one of the most distinctive and historically reliable sources of early Peruvian history and culture.