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President’s Welcome Message



Dear LSE Alumni and Friends of the LSE,

The LSE Alumni Association of Singapore (LSEAAS) is one of the largest, most active alumni communities – for the LSE as well as in Singapore.

Through regular events and social activities, the LSEAAS provides a great way for alumni and friends of the LSE to connect, grow in knowledge and succeed together. In short, we are your "LSE Family" in Singapore.

Please browse our website regularly to keep abreast of the latest happenings with the LSEAAS – the many diverse events, membership benefits, news bulletins and career links.

If you are new to Singapore, do drop us a note. We will be happy to assist you or meet with you.

Welcome to LSEAAS! I hope to see you at our next event.


– MIAO Fong Tien (Ms.)
President


The LSE Alumni Association of Singapore (LSEAAS) has its roots since the founding of Singapore, and to date has 1889 active alumni. It was formally registered with the Registry of Societies in 1973 (S0169/1973).

The LSEAAS continues a proud tradition of hosting and organising a variety of events that enable alumni to maintain our links to The School and to network with each other here in Singapore. It is also the platform from which the Singapore LSE Trust Scholarship for undergraduates and postgraduates was launched as an independent initiative.



Tuesday, 21st June 2022
Fireside Chat on Ukraine, Russia and the Future of Asia with Dr Parag Khanna

Join the LSE Alumni Association of Singapore for a wide-ranging discussion on the conflict in Ukraine and its implications for the future of the Asia Pacific with bestselling author and Founder & Managing Partner of FutureMap Dr Parag Khanna. Dr Khanna received his PhD from the LSE and will touch on the Ukraine conflict's impact on global trade, the balance of power in Asia and the shifting global geopolitical landscape.

The fireside chat will be facilitated by James Crabtree, Executive Director of IISS Asia Pacific, bestselling author of The Billionaire Raj: A Journey Through India’s New Gilded Age, and former correspondent for the Financial Times. Mr Crabtree studied Government at the LSE.


Details:
Date / Time: Tuesday, 21 June / 7:00pm (wine and light refreshments will be served from 6:30pm)
Venue: Marsh & McLennan, 8 Marina View #09-08, Asia Square Tower 1 018960
Cost: 25 SGD per pax (LSEAAS LIfetime members) / 35 SGD per pax (LSEAAS Members) / 45 SGD per pax (other alumni and guests)

For enquiries, please contact Rhoda at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).