Turns out this was the very last day the exhibit would be open, so I hurried over to see it.
The exhibit featured many aspects of Boyanese culture in Singapore, including a spotlight on a group called the Swallows who were one of the biggest R&B styled Pop Yeh Yeh groups of the 60s, and they had succeeded despite their singing in a language that many Malays did not even understand (Boyanese).
Jacket belonging to Kassim Selamat (lead singer of the Swallows) - the design was drawn by Encik Selamat himself and hand stitched by a shop in Singapore.
famous platform shoes were popular with all the Pop Yeh Yeh artists
Other famous Boyanese Singaporean Pop Yeh Yeh artists
a brief history of The Swallows