HUAAS presents: Evening with Tommy Koh - US Elections-Implications for Asia
Friday, October 28, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (SGT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore (HUAAS) invites you to an evening dialogue. "The US Presidential Elections -- Implications for Asia"
Join us for dinner and conversation, as we listen to Prof. Koh speak about the upcoming US presidential elections and its implications for Asia.
Highly personable, ever inquisitive and engaging, Prof Koh will certainly be one of HUAAS' keynote dinner speakers this year.
Professor Tommy Koh (LLM'64), Ambassador-at-Large for the Government of Singapore and diplomat extraordinaire, needs little introduction. He is currently Chairman of the Governing Board of the NUS Centre for International Law, Rector of Tembusu College of the NUS and a special advisor to the Institute of Policy Studies. In his illustrious career, Prof. Koh has held a variety of posts: Chairman of the National Heritage Board, many senior positions at NUS and the United Nations, and was Singapore's Ambassador to the UN and the US. He has written extensively and published several highly acclaimed books. In 2008, he was conferred the Order of Nila Utama by the Singapore Government.
Prof Koh received an LLB from NUS, an LLM from Harvard University, and a post-graduate diploma in Criminology from Cambridge University (he was conferred a full professorship in 1977).
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Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore
Official club for Harvard alumni in Singapore. On 7 December 2015, the Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore was formed under the Registry of Societies. The registration number is T15SS0208H.