Corporate Development

Dec. 2006
Through "Spotlight Singapore in Tokyo", the event for the 40th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and Singapore, the current directors joined the cause of Business Times Budding Artists Fund and started to seek what we can do for the needy children in the society.
Apr. 2007
Established Budding Artists Fund Japan and set up the web site "Kodomo Chikyu Channel" as its engine. Gave up about one year later.
Jan. 2008
Held the 1st art workshop for children and has continued workshops occasionally.
Sept. 2008
Held the 1st art workshop at a children's nursing home and has continued workshops at children's nursing homes regularly till today.
Dec. 2008
Held the 1st International Children's Art Festival in Singapore.
Apr. 2009
Changed the name of organization to NPO Little Creators
(Oct. 16 authorized by Tokyo Metropolitan government, and Nov. 16 by Legal Affairs Bureau)
Dec. 2009
Held the 2nd International Children's Art Festival in Singapore.
Jan. 2011
Held ChildAid Asia 2011 at Shinjuku Bunka Center, Tokyo
May 2011
Held the 3rd International Children's Art Festival in Singapore.
Dec. 2011
Asami Wada (violinist, 13 years old) was invited to ChildAid in Singapore. Children from one of the children's nursing homes, Shakujii Gakuen, joined the concert via VTR.
Dec. 2012
Hidekazu Nakajima (pianist, 17 years old) was invited to ChildAid in Singapore.
Jan. 2013
Held ChildAid Asia 2013 at Ginza Blossom, Tokyo
May 2013
Hidekazu Nakajima and Yuji Suzuki (Tsugaru Shamisen performer, 17 years old) were invited to Child Aid Asia@KL, Malaysia.
July-Aug. 2013
Asami Wada went to study English and music in Singapore with supports from IYAE in Singapore and NPO Little Creators.
Dec. 2013
Ryuhi Arai (pianist, 12 years old) was invited to ChildAid in Singapore.
Jan. 2014
Held ChildAid Asia 2014 at Suntory Hall, Tokyo.
Mar. 2014
Established Little Creators Ltd. in Singapore.