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Reflections on the Spanish Conquest and its Representation in the Philippines: El Pacto de Sangre (1886, The Blood Compact) by Juan Luna (1857-1899)

Professor Emmanuelle Sinardet (Paris Nanterre University) presented the first seminar of the year, with a paper titled “Reflections on the Spanish Conquest and its Representation in the Philippines: El Pacto de Sangre (1886, The Blood Compact) by Juan Luna (1857-1899)”.
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11th Outreach Programme for University Students (OPUS) Lecture Series with Niigata University

ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute held the Outreach Programme for University Students (OPUS) Lecture Series with Niigata University, now in its 11th year.
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Workshop on “Ageing and Demographic Change in Asia: Caring for the Rapidly Growing Number of Elders in our Society”

The workshop brought together more than 80 thought leaders and policymakers from Singapore and around the region to share and discuss the current and future of ageing in East and Southeast Asia. Four areas were addressed: institutional-residential care, community-based care, education and training for care-givers, and active ageing.
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Johor Economic Update

With some 3.7 million people, a large and diversified economy, well-developed infrastructure, and occupying a strategic location, Johor is a key state in Malaysia. Its proximity, deep production linkages, and extensive labour-power mean that it is also of importance to Singapore.
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