The following are media reports featuring LKYCIC Chair Professor Chan Heng Chee's third lecture in the IPS-SR Nathan Fellow Series. She covered the Singapore General Election 2020, the Singapore Political & Economic Model and Singapore Strategic Choices in the International Regional Environment.
LKYCIC Chair Professor Chan Heng Chee delivered her 3rd IPS-Nathan lecture, titled “Singapore in a Time of Flux: Optimism from the Jaws of Gloom", on 15 July 2020. The lecture was live-streamed on IPS' Facebook page, and was moderated by Mr Bilahari Kausikan, Chairman of Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore.
Professor Chan Heng Chee's 2nd IPS-Nathan lecture, titled “The US-China Rivalry: Inevitable War or Avoidable War?”, was held on 1 July 2020 and live-streamed on IPS' Facebook page. The lecture was moderated by Professor Joseph Liow, Dean of College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University.
IPS-Nathan Lecture I: Disruption. Democracy Falters. Capitalism Flounders. World Order Unravels (18 June 2020)
In her first lecture as IPS’ 7th S R Nathan Fellow, Professor Chan Heng Chee outlined four big challenges the world faces today — disruption, faltering democracy, floundering capitalism and the unraveling of the world order. The lecture was moderated by Prof Danny Quah, Dean of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and was live-streamed on IPS' Facebook page on 18 June 2020.
Congratulations to Thijs Willems, Research Fellow from Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities for winning the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation Research Prize in the field of the humanities and the social sciences.
LKYCIC NEWS ARTICLES | OP-EDS
TODAY featured an article written by LKYCIC research fellow Julienne Chen and HASS Assistant Prof Lyle Fearnley on the topic of waste management.
Commentary: Lessons from San Jose and Stan Lee as Singapore’s Smart Nation efforts enter new phase (ST 06.12.2018)
The momentum in Singapore’s Smart Nation drive has picked up but this doesn’t guarantee adoption of upcoming services and technologies.
The European Sting published an article by LKYCIC’s Prof Chan Heng Chee and Dr Harvey Neo on the five biggest challenges cities will face in the future.
LKYCIC IN THE NEWS
Straits Times shared talking points from the panellists at the Geopolitical Reset 2021: Implications for Asia webinar, which included LKYCIC Chair, Prof Chan Heng Chee.
SUTD appoints ex-HDB CEO as new chairman of research centre for innovative cities ( The Straits Times, 25.01.2021)
Straits Times reported that LKYCIC Chair, Prof Chan Heng Chee will be stepping down and former HDB CEO Dr Cheong Koon Hean, will be taking over the appointment.