SEA CHANGE CONFERENCE 2014: Southeast Asia at Crossroads
Saturday, February 8, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
SEA Change is an annual conference seeking to raise awareness and foster discussions about issues in Southeast Asia. The conference is run by the Stanford chapter of the non-profit organization SEALNet, founded in 2004.
The theme for this year's conference will be Southeast Asia at Crossroads. We will have three panels focusing on three different aspects of change in Southeast Asia:
- Southeast Asian Economic Relations with China
- Technology and Entrepreneurship in Southeast Asia
- Political Development in Southeast Asia.
Join us as we discuss the challenges faced by the next generation of Southeast Asian leaders as well as the exciting potential to create a Southeast Asia that is peaceful, prosperous and purposeful.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, February 8th, 2014!
The SEA Change team
- Moderated by Dr. Nicholas Hope, Director of the Stanford Center for International Development (SCID)
- Featuring panelists Professor Xiaonian Xu, Professor of Economics and Finance at China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai, and
- Professor Judith L. Goldstein, Janet M. Peck Professor in International Communication, and Chair of the Department of Political Science
- Moderated by Wesley Koo, Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network (SEALNet)
- Professor Henry Rowen, Senior Fellow Emeritus of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (Shorenstein APARC)
- Ms. Christina Laskowski, Managing Director of Bay Capital Advisors
- Ms. Jeremy Potash, Executive Director of the California-Asia Business Council (Cal-Asia)
SEA Change is:
Southeast Asia in Change, reacting and adapting to a shifting global environment as well as local developments;
Southeast Asia despite Change, preserving important aspects of culture and society despite uncertainty and fluctuation;
Southeast Asia as Change, as the potential of Southeast Asia for bottom-up, locally initiated change and development, as the future that the next generation of Southeast Asian leaders must work together to create.
When & Where
Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network
SEALNet was founded at Stanford University in 2004. In 2006, SEALNet became a 501(c)(3) organization with a board of directors which oversees the organization and chapters at various universities. SEALNet’s mission is to bring service and to promote the spirit of service leadership among Southeast Asian communities in the US and abroad . SEALNet strives to accomplish this by building and nurturing a community of service leaders who are committed to serve, equipped to lead, enterprising in action, and plugged into a network of like hearted individuals who are passionate about social development.
This event is co-sponsored by Hmong Student Union, Stanford Vietnamese Student Association (SVSA), Thai Student Association (TSA), Indonesian Club at Stanford, and Singaporeans at Stanford (SAS).