Just a cycle away…
On the background is the MICA Building Singapore, I missed doing this. =)
all is on the move except the guy in the bicycle…
On 5 June 1959, the Ministry of Culture came to being with the swearing-in and appointments of Ministers for the new Singapore Government. In 1 February 1980, the Broadcasting Division of the Ministry of Culture became a statutory board, the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation.
1985 saw the dissolution of the Ministry of Culture. Its Information Division came under the new Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI). Its arts promotion component was assimilated into the Ministry of Community Development (MCD) as the Cultural Affairs Division.
Five years later, on the 28 November 1990, the Information Division of the MCI and the Cultural Affairs Division of MCD, together with other associated departments and statutory boards, reunited to form the Ministry of Information and the Arts (MITA).
On 1 September 1991, the Festival of Arts Secretariat, Singapore Cultural Foundation, Arts Division of MITA, and the National Theatre Trust merged to form the National Arts Council (NAC).
On 1 October 1994, the Singapore Broadcasting Authority (SBA) was formed as a statutory under MITA to oversee and promote the broadcasting industry in Singapore.
On 23 November 2001, the Infocomm technology (ICT) function (under then-Ministry of Communications and Information Technology) came under MITA. The expanded Ministry was renamed the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, but retained the acronym MITA. In that year, Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) became one of MITA’s statutory boards.
On January 1, 2003, Singapore Broadcasting Authority, Singapore Films Commission and Films and Publications Department (previously under MITA HQ) merged to form Media Development Authority (MDA).
On August 13, 2004, the Ministry’s acronym is changed from "MITA" to "MICA".
Im slowly catching up on your upload guys, im very sorry. See you in your streams tonight… Have a good day~
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