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Lecture on "Ancient Medical Industries in Cambodia and the 2017 NSC Archaeological Field School"

Since 2011, the NSC Archaeological Field School has worked with regional partners to train participants from East Asia Summit (EAS) member countries in archaeology and its related fields. Field Schools consist of a research project and training components with funding provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore.
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Soft-Launch of ISEAS Library database: EYE OF THE ARCHITECT: THE MADE WIJAYA PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE

This seminar, in part a soft-launch of ISEAS Library database on Made Wijaya’s (alias Michael White) photographic archive, welcomed its four speakers: Dr Hélène Njoto, Visiting Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute; Mr Soedarmaji Damais, founder and head of Indonesian Arts Cooperation Body (BKKI); Mr Richard Hassell, co-founder of WOHA, and…
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Seminar on “Navigating a Highly Protected Market: China’s Chery in Malaysia”

In recent years, economic ties between Malaysia and China have strengthened considerably through trade and investment linkages. Of particular interest is the role played by China in the development of Malaysia’s automotive sector. Using the case study of Chinese car maker Chery’s localisation efforts in Malaysia, the speaker, Dr Zhang…
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Seminar on “Shifting Plantations in the Mekong Borderlands: A Challenge of Chinese Economic Influence in Southeast Asia”

Professor Yos Santasombat spoke at a Thailand Studies Programme seminar on the impact of China’s economic regionalism at the Mekong Delta region.
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