Ang Chin Moh Foundation also focuses on more direct and impactful outreaches to increase the death literacy rates of tertiary students. At the invitation of the University Scholars Programme (USP), National University of Singapore (NUS), Ang Chin Moh Foundation was invited to speak about death management and the funeral profession in Singapore under their flagship programme on 7 March 2017. Titled The Sessions, it is a platform for USP students to host discussions with distinguished speakers, exchange ideas and opinions on contemporary issues. Some of the speakers that had previously graced this programme include former Foreign Minister of Singapore, Mr George Yeo, Minister for Environment and Water Resources, Mr Masagoes Zulkifli, Nominated Member of Parliament, Mr Azmoon Ahmad, Constitutional law specialist, Dr Kevin Tan, and Dr. Gilian Koh, Deputy Director, Institute of Policy Studies. Indeed, it was certainly a recognition of the expertise and ideas that Ang Chin Moh Foundation offers in death and funerary studies that it was able to bring its public educational message to the next generation of Singaporeans.

Ang Chin Moh Foundation was also invited as a “human library” speaker for a two-day photo exhibition, Bidadari and Beyond: A Photo Exhibition, hosted by photojournalism students from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) held on the first weekend of April 2017 at the National Library. This photo exhibition explores the Bidadari neighbourhood’s journey as it transits from a quiet neighbourhood into a bustling residential hub and as Bidadari was once the site of the largest Jewish cemetery in Singapore, Ang Chin Moh Foundation was invited to share our perspectives on the evolving relationship between the living and the dead in Singapore with attendees of the exhibition and members of the public.