Cultural Legacy and Educational Institution

Cultural Legacy and Educational Institution

An International Symposium on Chinese Schools in Southeast Asia Qu Jingyi Welcome Speech: Associate Professor Yow Chuen Hoe (Head of Chinese, School of Humanities; Director of Centre for Chinese Language & Culture; Director of Chinese Heritage Centre, NTU...
The Human Dimension in Medicine and Healthcare

The Human Dimension in Medicine and Healthcare

An event by the Health and Society research cluster, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CoHASS) CHERYL CHEONG Health and Society research cluster launched with a round table event on Wednesday 25 April. This roundtable brought together academics and...
Social Structure Limits Language Complexity

Social Structure Limits Language Complexity

Social networks enables linguistic behaviours THOMAS MCKIERNAN Linguists came together for the third talk in the Department of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies’ seminar series to hear about Assistant Professor Luca Onnis and Ph.D. candidate Matthew...
Language Vitality in the World of Englishes

Language Vitality in the World of Englishes

Have the dominant world languages contributed to the death of indigenous languages? THOMAS MCKIERNAN Linguistic multiplicity is indispensable to human heritage. A language is the incarnation of a people’s and a culture’s wisdom. When humanity loses a...
Myanmar Traditional Medicine

Myanmar Traditional Medicine

The Making of a National Heritage DIANA RAHIM Dr. Céline Coderey, a Research Fellow at the Asia Research Institute of the National University of Singapore and a Teaching Fellow at Tembusu College, presented the paper “Myanmar Traditional Medicine: The Making of a...