How You Can Help


First thing’s first: Creative Commons Singapore isn’t a business or society etc. (not that there’s anything wrong with those).

Creative Commons Singapore is perhaps best described as a grassroots-driven initiative. By people who are passionate about the idea of a Creative Commons and promoting a participatory culture.

Here are some ways you can help:

  • Tell us about your CC licensed works. If you’ve adopted the CC license in any way, we’ll gladly feature your CC works at this blog.
  • Highlight CC content produced in Singapore. Help recognise and propagate CC in the Singapore community. Email/ leave a comment if you come across authors, musicians, bloggers who produce and share their works under the Creative Commons license [idea from Kevin Lim].
  • Organise and/ or report on events that promote Creative Commons. They don’t have to be large events. It could be a talk, a jamming session, a classroom setting… any event that relates to Creative Commons. And yeah, we’d like highlight it here.
  • Share your ideas about how to promote Creative Commons. Blog about it. Better yet, act on it! [idea from Kevin Lim]
  • Ask about Creative Commons! Enuff said :)

The list is by no means exhaustive. Feel free to leave a comment and we’ll add it to the list.

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  • Comments (4)
  1. Hello there! :)

    i’m a musician from singapore and
    all my works are under the CC licensing.

    and i’ve been actively promoting CC licensing for the pas year or so. :)

    • Hey there! Thanks for letting us know. Have blogged about you here. BTW, we’ve a CC Salon coming up. Will email you with more info. Oh, one of my fav track: “Home Alone With John Williams” :)

  2. Hello. The Singapore Psychogeographical Society writes and releases guides to exploring Singapore at We love the creative commons too and hope more people here also go on to produce, remix, and adapt works (including written works). We believe there should be no unnecessary borders in the transmission of ideas and cultural capital.

    • Hi there, sorry we took almost a year to get back to you! But I’ve noticed your new URL ( doesn’t have a CC license. Have written to you to clarify. If you have adopted CC in anyway, would love to list you here.

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