SEA Junction August Agenda

Dear All,    The month of July saw a variety of programs from the launching of an alternative tourist guide on Bangkok, the screening of a documentary on inter–ethnic relations in Myanmar and another on environmental destruction in Sarawak, to a talk by renown journalist Michael Vatikiotis on current governance issues in Southeast Asia. Of note,…

Announcement 18 July 2017

Due to staff attendance at the 10 ICAS in Chiang Mai, SEA Junction will be closed on 19-21 July. Sorry for the inconvenience!

And if you are in Chiang Mai please attend our panel on Philantrophy in Southeast Asia.

SEA Junction July Agenda

Dear All, We are glad to inform you that the celebration for our 1st Anniversary went very well with a festive bazaar, and engaging discussion on medical tourism and a constructive meeting with our founding partners and key supporters. We now enter our second year with a varied program in terms of activities and countries…

SEA Junction June Agenda

Dear All, The month of June is of particular significance to SEA Junction, as we will be celebrating our first anniversary on 25 June. During the past year we have strived with you all to fulfil our mission to facilitate sharing of knowledge and experience on Southeast Asia in all its dimensions. While pleased with…

SEA Junction May Agenda

Dear All, I am glad to inform you that April workshops on Indonesian glass paintings, making of wayang from recycling material and angklung bamboo music were very well attended, in spite of Bangkok being quite empty for the Songkran Festival. We also had a very successful launch of the series “ASEAN in Flux” on movements…

SEA Junction April Agenda

Dear All, I am glad to present here a full program for April, celebrating the arts of Southeast Asia while examining some of the region’s challenges. In particular I like to introduce to you “ASEAN in Flux” a series of events on movements of people in an increasingly integrated region in collaboration with the Heinrich…

SEA Junction March Agenda

February at SEA Junction was full of colors and art forms, from the discussion of activism and art in Singapore to impressive dances, photographs and painting classes and exhibition from Indonesia. In March we will continue some of these activities, while also focus on other dimensions of Southeast Asia.