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Monthly Archives: January 2015
(Introductory speech at the inaugural SEAARC Symposium by Chang Jiat Hwee) Good morning friends, colleagues and guests. Once again a very warm welcome to the inaugural SEAARC symposium. I have been tasked to introduce SEAARC – the acronym in the … Continue reading
The inaugural SEAARC symposium has just concluded. We would like to thank all speakers and participants for contributing to the incredibly stimulating discussions and debates at the symposium. We will be publishing a report of the symposium, summarising some of … Continue reading