In this webinar, Dr Siti Mazidah Mohamad shared her observations on changing trends of Bruneian youths on their engagement with social media and how it had shaped the nation’s socio-cultural, religious, and political landscapes.
In this webinar, Professor Leo Suryadinata, Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, shares his insights regarding the transformation of Confucianism in Indonesia.
In this seminar, Dr Mohd Faizal Musa, Dr A’an Suryana and Dr Moch Nur Ichwan examined the challenges faced in the midst of rising Muslim extremism in Indonesia and Malaysia. They also discussed the role of institutions in managing the emerging trends and narratives surrounding Islam on various media platforms.
In this webinar, Dr Neo Peng Fu, Senior Lecturer at NIE (Singapore) and Director of the Confucius Institute at NTU, shares his observations and analysis regarding the current landscape of Chinese language teachers in Maritime Southeast Asia.
In this webinar, Dr Sivarin Lertpusit and Ms Jane Yugioksing spoke on how Chinese education in Thailand and the Philippines have changed over the years.
In this webinar, Dr Ardhitya Eduard Yeremia and Dr Leo Suryadinata explored the burgeoning interest of Indonesian pesantren graduates who choose to continue their studies in China.
In this webinar, Dr Ngeow Chow-Bing discussed the phenomenon of Xin Yimin (China’s new migrants), where citizens of the PRC have become temporary residents in Malaysia. Dr Ngeow (Director of the Institute of China Studies at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur) was joined by Professor Leo Suryadinata (Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute) who acted as discussant for this webinar. Dr Lee Hwok Aun (Senior Fellow with the Malaysia Studies Programme) was the moderator.
In this webinar, Dr Mohd Faizal Musa discusses the origins of sectarianism and how it has manifested in the Malaysian context. He specifically looks at how it has affected Shi’a Muslims in the country, and, conversely, what efforts have been put in place to de-escalate sectarianism.
In this webinar, Dr Aranya Siriphon sheds light on the new Chinese migrants known as the Xin yimin, who have been moving to Thailand since the 2000s, and the consequent issue of local embeddedness.
In this webinar, Dr A’an Suryana provides in-depth interviews with student activists, campus authorities and government officials during a one-month-long field trip to some major Indonesian campuses in Yogyakarta in regards to religious extremism among students in Indonesian universities.