While the gold ornaments found in 1928 on Fort Canning Hill have often popped up in discussions on fourteenth-century Temasek and can be found prominently on display in the National Museum of Singapore, these have yet to be examined seriously to date. In this talk, Visiting Fellow Dr Natalie Ong takes an in-depth look at the gold artefacts, sharing with the audience a detailed study of its composition, artistry, and significance. In the process, her analysis challenges long-held assumptions about these ornaments.
In this webinar, Dr Ronald Holmes, Dr Maria Ela Atienza, and Dr Imelda Deinla unpacked the recently concluded May 2022 Philippine elections. Using survey data and qualitative observations, the panel identified significant trends and developments in Philippine electoral politics, campaign strategies, and the future of the country’s democracy.
In this webinar, Professor Paul Teng from the Centre for Non-Traditional Security Studies, Nanyang Technological University and Ms Genevieve Donnellon-May from the University of Oxford provide an overview of how the Russia-Ukraine conflict exacerbates existing food insecurity in the Southeast Asian region, and discuss how countries can respond.
In this webinar, Mr Daniel Nachtigall from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Mr Stefano De Clara from the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) provide a global and regional overview of the progress in the use of carbon pricing instruments and emissions trading systems (ETS) in the past two decades.