The Magic of Thai amulets
Amulets are charms that are usually worn or carried as a remedy for protection against evil, as well as for acquiring power, wealth, luck and love. They consist of stones, metals, wood, seeds and plants, and magical words. Thai amulets perpetuate old beliefs in magic and superstitions, some that have originate in religion while others have developed from folk practices.
Lectures are held either in the Ngee Ann auditorium (in the basement) or in the River Room (level 2) at the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM), 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555. Refreshments will be provided from 10:30 and the lectures will begin promptly at 11:00am. Latecomers are asked to enter via the rear door.