In Singapore, the Memories at Old Ford Factory museum about the Japanese occupation during the Second World War changes its format. It closed its doors for a revamp on February 16. Currently, the majority of the exhibits consists of photos and extended texts. The initiators of the renovation from the National Archives of Singapore encourage people to give the museum corresponding maps, diaries, and letters among other items. According to The Straits Times, oral history recordings are expected to appear in the exhibition as well.