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Eye on Asia Programme Series: Belt and Road Initiative – Opportunities in China and Cambodia


Published on : 3 Aug 2018

Eye on Asia Programme Series: Belt and Road Initiative – Opportunities in China and Cambodia

Learn how to leverage business and career opportunities in China and Cambodia with Anselm Chu, Managing Director of the Singapore (Cambodia) International Academy.

 

Anselm will share pointers on planning for careers in China and Cambodia, as well as insights into managing multi-country businesses based on his experience in regional roles for various MNCs in ASEAN countries and China.

 

Thursday, 16 August 2018 

7.00pm – 8.30pm

Level 5, Possibility Room

National Library Building

 

Free admission. Register now via http://bit.ly/2Am95Pc

 

Resources on Cambodia

Keen to explore business opportunities in Cambodia? Kick-start your journey with these resources.

  • Business Culture in Cambodia

    <http://www.eyeonasia.sg/know-asean/working-in-asean/business-culture-cambodia/>

     

    About the Speaker

    Anselm Chu is the Managing Director & School Director of the Singapore (Cambodia) International Academy Co. Ltd (a wholly-owned subsidiary of SIM Group) and Director of Overseas Ventures, Singapore Institute of Management Holdings (SIM Holdings). Prior to his current role, Anselm was an Associate Lecturer at University of London (UOL) International Relations and Head of the Career Development Office at SIM Global Education.

    He has spent more than a decade in the education sector and has taught at Raffles Girls School (Secondary), NUS High School and the Confucius Institute. Before his mid-career foray into education, Anselm had a decade of regional careers with American MNCs (MacDonald’s, AIA, RR Donnelley, United Parcel Service & Hertz Asia Pacific). He further worked for 6 years in China and has been in several key positions such as Vice President of Strategic Development (China and ASEAN), Macckly Executive Consultancy; Programme Director (International), College of International Education, Shandong University; and Deputy Group CEO & Chief International Education Officer, Deming Education Investment Group (Guangzhou, China).

    Anselm has also contributed to society through his voluntary youth service as the National Chairman of the People’s Association Youth Movement; Vice President, ASEAN Youth Council; Director, Regional Advisory Board, Commonwealth Youth Asia Centre; and Founder of Global Youth Congress.

    He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & History from the National University of Singapore; Master of Arts in Contemporary China from Nanyang Technological University; Diploma in TESOL from the London Teachers' Training College; as well as a Diploma in Training and Development from SIM & Institute of Training & Development UK.



Double up on your reading with the NLB Mobile app!


Published on : 18 May 2018

Double up on your reading with the NLB Mobile app!


From 19 May to 30 September 2018, enjoy double the loan quota simply by using the NLB Mobile app to borrow your library items!

Here is an overview of how many items you can borrow during this period:

 

 

 

Membership Type

No. of books/magazines/audio-visual materials

No. of eBooks

Borrowing period for all items

Basic Membership

16

16

21 days

 

Note: One-time renewals are allowed for unreserved items, except for magazines and audio-visual materials. Renewals should be done before or on the due date.

Partner Membership

20

Premium Plus Membership

32

Membership for Foreigners

16


 

You can still borrow double the number of items at our Book Borrowing Stations from 19 May to 31 July 2018. To enjoy the promotion beyond this period, use the NLB Mobile app to borrow your library items!

Not sure how to use the NLB Mobile app? Follow these steps:

1.     Install and launch the NLB Mobile app

2.     Tap on the “Login” icon

3.     If you do not have myLibrary ID, tap on “Sign up” and complete the steps

4.     Once you have signed in on the NLB Mobile app, tap on the camera icon located at the top-left corner of the Home page

5.     Position phone camera over barcode of library item

6.     Tap “Borrow”!

 

Happy reading!



Digital Business Library


Published on : 23 Oct 2017

Digital Business Library
This Digital Business Library will target the business sector, enabling users to access relevant library content anytime, anywhere, and on any devices. Such a focus is also aligned to Singapore’s emphasis on growing a capable taskforce equipped with 21st Century skills. 


Digital Business Library is available via https://nlb.overdrive.com/library/biz


 






For the Love of Reading: A Compilation of Best Practices in Singapore Schools


Published on : 11 Sep 2017

For the Love of Reading: A Compilation of Best Practices in Singapore Schools

NLB presents a compilation of the best reading practices from 15 primary and secondary schools – For the Love of Reading. The publication showcases how these schools creatively found ways to encourage students to read and in the process, nurtured a reading culture in the school. Be inspired by ideas such as getting teachers to be reading role models or setting aside time for leisure reading, and spread the love for reading among children and teens.


Download a copy now!


 



2016 National Reading Habits Study on Adults (Full Report)


Published on : 9 Jun 2017

2016 National Reading Habits Study on Adults (Full Report)

Learn more about the full details of NLB’s study on adults’ reading habits in our 2016 National Reading Habits Study on Adults (Full Report)

 



Reach us at these new email addresses from 14 June 2017


Published on : 24 May 2017

Reach us at these new email addresses from 14 June 2017

Please note to reach us at these new email addresses from 14 June 2017:

· General enquiries: enquiry@nlb.gov.sg

· Feedback and suggestions: qsm@nlb.gov.sg

· Reference and research enquiries: ref@nlb.gov.sg

· Enquiries related to the National Archives of Singapore: nas@nlb.gov.sg

 

 



Take the lead in your lifelong learning and rewrite the possibilities at The LLiBrary!


Published on : 5 May 2017

Take the lead in your lifelong learning and rewrite the possibilities at The LLiBrary!

Whether you are dreaming of starting your own business, looking for ideas in your current job or feeling inspired to pursue a different career, you will find everything you need to kick-start your plans at The LLibrary.

 

Designed for working adults, The LLiBrary features self-service technologies that make it easy to locate, browse, and use the diverse collection for your professional development.

 

Avoid the hassle of queuing by collecting your reserved items from a designated shelf, renewing loans at library eKiosks and returning your library items at the bookdrop.

 

For more information, please visit https://www.lli.sg/content/lli/home/featured-service/the-llibrary.html

 

Lifelong Learning Institute

Level 3 (via Lobby B)

11 Eunos Road 8

Singapore 408601

Nearest MRT Station: Paya Lebar



The Former Ford Factory has reopened with a new exhibition, Surviving the Japanese Occupation: War and its Legacies


Published on : 22 Feb 2017

The Former Ford Factory has reopened with a new exhibition, Surviving the Japanese Occupation: War and its Legacies

The Former Ford Factory has reopened with a new exhibition, Surviving the Japanese Occupation: War and its Legacies.

 

Click here for directions and more details.



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