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JCC Cinema 49: Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno

©Gosho Aoyama / Detective Conan Committee.

This month’s JCC Cinema 49, Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno, was held at Tanglin Community Club once again, on Saturday, 27th August 2016. Over 80 people, many of whom were families, turned up to watch this exciting Japanese animation film.

The featured movie is based on the highly popular Japanese detective manga series by Gosho Aoyama. In the movie, one of Van Gogh's Sunflower series which was thought to have been destroyed during World War II, resurfaces at an auction in New York. Suzuki Financial Group wins the bid and takes the opportunity to announce an exhibit featuring the complete Sunflower series. At the same time, phantom thief Kaitou Kid declares the Sunflower series as the latest target for his heist. Kudo Shinichi, an amateur detective who has transformed into a body of a child's, is determined to crack this case.

Before the screening, the audience could help themselves to some light refreshments. A hands-on manga drawing booth was also set up nearby. Ms Misako Ito, Director of JCC, welcomed the audience and quizzed the younger children about Japan. In return, 3 children received ninja-related gifts which came all the way from Iga city of Mie prefecture. A lucky draw was also held, and 5 members of the audience walked away with Japan-related prizes.

We look forward to presenting another JCC Cinema session in a community centre near you!

Ms Misako Ito, Director of JCC, giving her welcoming remarks.

Audiences helping themselves to light refreshments provided by Tanglin Community Club.

The hands-on manga drawing booth.

Ms Misako Ito, Director of JCC, giving out the quiz prizes.

Ms Misako Ito, Director of JCC, giving out the lucky draw prizes.

During the screening at Tanglin Community Club.

During the screening at Tanglin Community Club.

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Nearest parking at Orchard Hotel & Delphi Orchard
2016 marks the
50th Anniversary of Singapore-Japan Diplomatic Relations