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Seminar on "China’s Reform and Economic Integration with ASEAN"

Over the past 40 years of reform and opening-up, China has achieved remarkable economic development and it has had profound and significant impact on ASEAN. Going forward, enhanced cooperation based on good understanding of each other’s needs, strengths, capacities and priorities will help deepen regional integration and boost mutual benefits.
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Seminar on “Raffles and the Ruins of Empire” by Dr Sarah Tiffin

Dr Sarah Tiffin spoke at a Politics of Arts in Southeast Asia seminar on the depictions of the ruins of Java by British artists. In particular, the seminar examined the illustrations of ruined Hindu and Buddhist candis which appeared in the book by Sir Stamford Raffles, The History of Java…
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Seminar on “A Divided APEC: Challenges Ahead and Outlook for 2019”

As part of the activities of the Singapore APEC Study Centre at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, a seminar was convened to discuss recent developments at the APEC Leaders Meeting which took place at Port Moresby, as well as the challenges ahead in 2019 when Chile takes the chair.
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ISEAS Signs MOU with The Sasakawa Peace Foundation

ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with The Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF) to deepen research, strengthen problem-solving capacity, and search for viable solutions to the varied problems and issues of critical interest to Southeast Asia and Japan.
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