Joint Book Launch – Citizens in Motion: Emigration, Immigration, and Re-mig…,Singapore

Joint Book Launch – Citizens in Motion: Emigration, Immigration, and Re-mig…,Singapore

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Programme

6:00-6:30pm – Registration/Refreshments/Book Sale

6:30-6:35pm – Welcome Remarks, Prof Lionel Wee, FASS Vice-Dean (Research)

6:35-7.00pm – Presentation on Citizens in Motion: Emigration, Immigration, and Re-migration Across China’s Borders, Assoc Prof Elaine Ho, FASS Assistant Dean (Research)

7.00pm-7.25pm – Presentation on Marrying for a Future: Transnational Sri Lankan Tamil Marriages in the Shadow of War, Asst Prof Sidharthan Maunaguru, FASS South Asian Studies and Sociology

7.25-7.45pm – Discussant Remarks, Assoc Prof Anju Mary Paul, Yale-NUS Social Sciences

7.45-8.15pm – Q and A/Discussion, Moderated by Assoc Prof Kelvin Low, FASS Migration Cluster Steering Committee

8.15-8.30pm – Book Sale with Autograph Signing

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Financial Management Day for the Indian Community – 23 Feb 2019, Singapore

Description

Let’s Progress Together towards Financial Wellness in this educational seminar. Be entertained whilst you learn these very important skills for financial wellness.

This seminar will be conducted in English/Tamil.

Suitable age group: 20 to 55 years.

Registration will start at 8:30 am.

Lunch and 2 tea breaks provided. Buffet Food served will be Halal with Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian options.

Goodie Bag provided.

This is an educational seminar. There will be no sales of any financial products or services.

Kindly sign up only if you’re sure on attending as there are only limited seats and we would like to offer seats to those who are really interested. Thank you for your kind understanding.

Programme

8:15am Registration Begins

8:50am Opening Segment

9:00am Event Commences. 1M65 – How to be a CPF Millionaire by Age 65 (Mr Loo Cheng Chuan) 

9:45am Welcome Address Keynote Address by Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for Economic and Social Policies Tharman Shanmugaratnam

10:00am The Importance of Financial Planning (Dr Koh Noi Keng)

10:35am Morning Tea

11:00am Are We Adequately Protected? (Mr M P Sellvem)

11:45am Panel Dialogue – “Financial Concerns of Millennials” By Millennials for Millennials

1:00pm Lunch

2:00pm Breakout Sessions and Panel Discussions*

SESSION (1) Retirement & Investment Options
SESSION (2) Empowering Women Financially
SESSION (3) Life Journey for Young Couples

3:15pm Financial Quiz ($1000 worth of vouchers to be won)

3:30pm Investments – A New Outlook (Mr Vasu Menon)

4:15pm Closing and Afternoon Tea Break

* Participants to select one of the Breakout Sessions. Subject to availability and changes. There will be other speakers and panelists speaking during the breakout sessions.

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Breakin’ It Down: Dance Education for ALL!,Toronto, ON

Kids LOVE to DANCE! Experience a simple and innovative approach to teaching dance and creative movement to your students and a new way to look at dance education with a pedagogical focus on simplicity, creativity and student-centred teaching. Participants will be introduced to strategies for motivating students to develop creative and unique movements in the context of a Classroom, Dance or H&PE setting, connecting the Dance curriculum using the elements of dance and fundamental movements skills. Explore dance styles and music from around the world (Hip Hop, African, Bollywood and more!) with a focus on the Creative Process. Receive a certificate of completion for your professional portfolio. Suitable for K-8 teachers.

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Sat, December 1, 2018

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM EST

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LOCATION

Gotta Dance

3581 Dundas Street West

Toronto, ON M6S 2S8

Canada

The Muddle of Mahabharatha,24th Novemeber, Singapore

The Muddle of Mahabharatha,24th Novemeber, Singapore

DESCRIPTION

மஹாபரதா, என்ற வரலாறு காவியம், பற்பல வடிவங்களில் பற்பல பார்வையாளர்களுக்குபடைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. நம்மைக் காட்டிற்க்கும், மாளிகைக்கும், குடிசைக்கும் கொண்டுசென்றிருக்கும் இந்த காவியம் இப்போது விளையாட்டு வடிவில் நம்மை ஈர்த்துசெல்லுலது.

இந்த நிகழ்ச்சி 6 – 9 வயதுள்ள சிறுவர்களுக்கு பொருந்தும்.

The Mahabharatha is an Indian epic that has been retold in many forms and to many audiences. This great tale has introduced us to magnificent jungle landscapes, deceitful saboteurs and finery of India in prose and plays. The Muddle of Mahabharatha game offers children of ages 6 – 9, a chance to experience the adventures of the royal Pandava brothers in a boardgame format.

About the Facilitator

Annusia is an Experience Designer and Researcher working in the public sector. Her work is governed by contextual needs and focuses on humanising content for corporate and public clients. She began her design journey in National Library Board, where she set up library@orchard using design thinking principles. During her free time, she runs The Tamil Class to improve her mother’s Tamil language lessons through design.

Savita Weds Satish,Mississauga, ON

Written by Jasmine Sawant & Adam Langton

Directed by Sid Sawant

Opening Friday November 16 and running to Saturday, November 24, 2018

So you think you’ve seen the greatest Hindu wedding ever? Not yet!

Savita Weds Satish is an unforgettably moving, wedding play with a difference.

Come dressed in all your wedding guest finery and bring your dancing shoes to this dramatic family reunion. Seating in the wedding party is quite limited and there are only 8 performances at Sampradaya Theatre, in West Mississauga.

Story: Widowed Savita suddenly decides to get married with all the ceremony and tradition of an Indian wedding in the Hindu culture. Her proper relatives are unhappy for a variety pf reasons not least of which is that no one has seen the groom. Maybe he’s fat and ugly!? Or worse, maybe he’s poor!?!

Mature Theme – Parental Guidance is advised.

Originally* a one act play Savita Weds Satish has been developed into a full length night to remember! See it while you can.

*In 2006, SAVITA WEDS SATISH by Janice Goveas, Shobha Hatte & Jasmine Sawant, was a 30-minute play, presented at the Masala! Mehndi! Masti! Festival and the XVI International Aids Conference, Toronto.

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