A review of religious events in Indonesia, the Reformation, interfaith mediation workshop reports, and more.
This week’s bookshelf takes a look at new releases on the history of China’s relationship with and Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia.
This week we take a look at social issues in Singapore in with a number of new releases from World Scientific Publishing.
Our bookshelf takes a look at diversity in Singapore as part of a series on Singapore’s 50 years of nation-building by World Scientific.
Forum topics on this day will focus on the Singapore’s trade-off of democracy for development and stability.
Watch a timelapse video from TriPeaksImagery that shows the lights of Singapore.
Listen to a Singapore multi-ethnic sextet that blends emotional lyricism with layered guitar melodies, soaring hooks, and distinctive, ethereal vocals.
Listen to a popular SXSW band that uses four-part harmonies and no lead singer. They are a CSEAS music program fave!
Our series spotlighting 2015 ICAS Prize winners continues with a spotlight on their Book Prize for Humanities.
iNCH is a Singapore singer-songwriter who blends acoustic folk with alternative rock, electronic music, jazz and pop.