SIF Connects! Kuala Lumpur 2014

SIF Connects! Kuala Lumpur (KL) returned for the fourth time as we sought to renew friendships between Singaporean and Malaysian communities.

Distinguished SIF alumni and Friends of Singapore with High Commissioner Ong Keng Yong, SIF Governor Elim Chew and SIF Executive Director Jean Tan celebrating friendships between Singaporean and Malaysian communities.
(From left) AKPL Director of Operations Ian Teoh, Elim Chew, Kakeseni President Low Ngai Yuen and Jeffrey Cheah Foundation Administrator Jane Poh explores collaborations between Malaysians and Singaporeans social entrepreneurs to build a better world.
(From left) Singapore High Commissioner Ong Keng Yong mingling with Tandemic Director Kal Joffres and Sunway Institute for Social Entrepreneurship Director Foo Yin Fah at the reception.
Zann Huang sharing stories behind her photographs with Singapore High Commissioner Ong Keng Yong and Jean Tan.
Scope Group Consultant and Executives (from left) Christoph Pellech, Syazzana Arina and Ralph Mpofu learning from Jean Tan about SIF’s work in bridging world communities together to do good.
SI photojournalist Zann Huang speaking about connectivity by rail and connections between Singapore and Malaysia with her photo-story on the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station.
Newly-minted SIF representative Souffi moderated the dialogue on social entrepreneurship featuring SIF Governor Elim Chew and Malaysian YSE alumni Quan Hao Yu (representing Little Marios Enterprise) and Yong Yee Chong (representing UBUNTU).
Souffi shared his motivations in being a SIF representative in Kuala Lumpur, and partnering SIF in reconnecting with programme alumni and growing the FOS community in Malaysia.
SIF Executive Director Jean Tan presented a letter of appointment to SIF’s first alumni representative in Kuala Lumpur Mohd Souffi Mohd Radzi.
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