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Seminar on "Should FELDA be Turned into a Social Enterprise?"

In the wake of the momentous events of GE14, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute invited Dr Rosli Yaacob, Economic Adviser to the NGO Persatuan Anak Peneroka FELDA (ANAK) to outline some of the roots, consequences, and possible solutions to FELDA’s deepening financial malaise.
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Seminar on "Malaysia’s Flood Catastrophes: Examining the Past, Learning from the Present, and Changing the Future"

Floods have been Malaysia’s most frequent environmental disaster. Despite increasingly heavy public outlays by Malaysian authorities on flood management measures, inundations have increased in occurrence and severity in recent times. Against this background, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute invited Assistant Professor Fiona Clare Williamson (Singapore Management University) and Professor Chan Ngai Weng…
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Seminar on "Performance, Affect and Memory in Tan Pin Pin’s Films"

In this 19th instalment of the Politics of Art in Southeast Asia seminar series, Ms Cheng Nien Yuan, PhD candidate at the University of Sydney’s Department of Theatre and Performance Studies, examined Singaporean Tan Pin Pin’s film In Time to Come (2017) against her broader oeuvre.
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Seminar on “Defining New Malaysia”

The unexpected results of Malaysia’s 14th General Elections (GE14) came as a shock to most experts. Mr Liew Chin Tong, however, is a notable exception. In April 2017, Mr Liew gave a talk at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute entitled “Black Swans in Malaysian Politics”.
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