~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  WHAT is the source about. Give DESCRIPTIONS OF THIS SOURCE.----------------This is an oral interview with Mahmud Awangin 1982 who talks about recreational activities and compares the difference between the activities before and during the Japanese Occupation, like the part where he says that there are limited entertainment, mostly were Japanese movies and its propaganda, changing the Worlds into gambling farms and many more. He also goes to talk about the Malay joget (social dancing). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  EXPLAIN how the source is RELEVANT to the aspect of life that you are focussing on. -------------- Even though it was from a teenager, but i can infer that there is a limit entertainment where youths or even teens had during Japanese Occupation. He says that there were entertainment, but limited titles of movies or films, mostly Japanese, or even Indonesia movies, as well as musical performances and Malay joget. Youths went there and some parks, but the Great and Happy Worlds became gambling dens. Thus, i know that before the Japanese Occupation, there are way more movies and more games and performances, which teens may go for leisure. Thus, the Japs changed the leisure that teens and youths had and the source being relevant.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  WHAT is the source about Give DESCRIPTIONS of this source. ------------------------- This is a colourful poster for Tsubasa no Gaika [A Truimph of Wings], a Japanese wartime movie co-written by Akira Kurosawa and released in 1942 by the Taho Film Company. It shows Japanese planes and three people who were smiling, while one seems to be a japanese soldier. It is to instill the belief in Japanese military supermacy and the spirit of loyalty, discipline and determination. As there is a lack of choices for movies, teenagers and other people will have no choice but eventually watch those movies. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  EXPLAIN how the source is RELEVANT to the aspect of life that you are focusing on. ---------------- During the Japanese occupation, i can infer that the entertainment that the teenagers or people had were movies like this. It goes to show that the Japanese had taken control of the entertainments from the people in Singapore and most of them are films which shows how the Japnese fought British and defeated them, so that people and teenagers back then know that the British was not as superior. Thus, the Japs had changed the teenagers and people's leisure activities and being relevant.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  WHAT is the source about? Give DESCRIPTIONS of this source. -------------------------Gay World was one of three amusement parks built in Singapore before World War II and around which Singapore’s nightlife revolved from the 1920s to the ’60s. The other two were New World and Great World. Besides, It combined a heady mix of eastern and western forms of entertainment including cabaret, operas, movies, gaming, sport matches, stunts and shopping. Teenagers and youths were likely to go there. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EXPLAIN how the source is RELAVENT to the aspect of life that you are focussing on. --------Before the Japanese took over Singapore, this place is a place where teenagers like to go during their leisure times as there are games, movies and many more. However, due to the japanese, these world centre changed into a gambling farm, where adults go there to gamble for entertainment, but not for teenagers. Moreover, not only this Happy World changed into a gambling farm, many other like New World also changed into gambling farms, thus the areas for entertainment for teenagers are not as much and limited. Thus, there is a change for the entertainment life that the teenagers had.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  WHAT is the source about? Give DESCRIPTIONS of this source. ------------------------- This is an oral interview with Charlie Hock Hye, about his youth times during Japanese occupation. In page 1, it shows that the entertainment at that time is very little and simliar to the other sources, which talks about movies which are mostly regarding Japanese and also gambling dens. Later he talked about him not likable to go to watch movies and gambling. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  EXPLAIN how the source is RELAVENT to the aspect of life that you are focussing on. ----------- This source is relavent as it shows that during the Japanese occupation, there is not much entertainment for youths and limited leisure areas. In addition, it also shows that the Japanese only give access to these entertainment that helps them gain profit or trust to the people, especially youths. The movies are mostly Japanese wartime and propagandas. Thus, as the teens and the youths being introduced to these little leisure activities even though they have entertainment, the Japanese had changed their leisure. Hence, this source is relevant.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  WHAT is the source about? Give DESCRIPTIONS of this source. ------------------------- This is an oral interview with Tan Wee Eng. On the first page of the transcript, he talks about what is the entertainment like when he was a teenager during Japanese Occupation, like cycling in the park, Japanese propaganda movies, football, which is free of charge. This source content is also similar to the other two oral interviews and the pictorial source. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  EXPLAIN how the source is RELAVENT to the aspect of life that you are focussing on. -------------- As it is a primary source by a teenager during the Japanese occupation, i can find out that what leisure activities they are introduced to, which is mostly Japanese films, sports, and parks. As the Japanese had made the worlds into gambling farms, the teens are not interested and thus did not gamble and thus there is a limited entertainment, unlike before the Japs invaded Singapore. Hence, this source is relevant and i can clearly understand that there is a change in teens life before and during World War two in Singapore.