Mad in Singapore inspired by Dick Lee
The Singapore Storytellers Collection consist of five handcrafted, limited edition pendants curated to mark Singapore's 50th birthday. All proceeds of the pendants will be donated to Community Chest.
Mad in Singapore inspired by Dick Lee Singapore Storyteller #2 - The Arts
Dick Lee has firmly established himself as a performer and composer, often recognized through his work as the spokesperson for the New Asian generation. His first album, "Life Story", featuring his own compositions, was released in 1974. Subsequently, the album that shot him to regional prominence was his 1989 release, "The Mad Chinaman", which achieved platinum status in Singapore in just three months. Dick celebrates his 40th year in the entertainment industry this year. Over the course of his career, he started Dick Lee's Sunshine Project, a charity for handicapped children and youth counselling centres, together with Community Chest of Singapore.
This limited edition pendant is designed and inspired by the iconic cover of Dick Lee's international award winning album- The Mad Chinaman. It serves as a symbol and tribute to our nation's blooming arts and music scene.
Founded in 1976, the art of immortalizing the natural beauty of Singapore's orchid was perfected by RISIS. Today, RISIS designs and produces collection of jewellery, sculpture and lifestyle products. RISIS -- Singapore's gift to the world.