Singapore-China Young Business Ambassadors Programme 2012

Twelve young outstanding working professionals will be swapping places for the next 10 weeks as part of our Young Business Ambassadors (YBA) programme.

Farewell ceremony: Singapore YBA alumni reconnecting at the farewell reception of the 2012 Shanghai YBAs.
Farewell ceremony: Our six Shanghai YBAs and SIF Executive Director Jean Tan (fifth from left) with representatives of YBA host companies.
S'pore Insights: Head of Harmony Centre Mr Mohd Ali bin Atan sharing with the Shanghai YBAs abt Singapore’s inter-racial harmony initiatives at the Harmony Centre exhibition.
Appointment Ceremony: SIF Chairman Euleen Goh (left) welcomes Hock Tong Bee Managing Director Clinton Ang (right). Mr Ang is an alumnus of the S'pore-Australia YBA programme 2002.
Appointment Ceremony: Also among the guests were Singapore Technologies Engineering President and CEO Tan Pheng Hock (centre), and SIF Governor David Chong (right).
Appointment Ceremony: The Chinese Embassy’s Counsellor Lin Xianjiang (right) also graced the eighth run of our YBA programme.
Appointment Ceremony: Some 50 guests were present at the appointment ceremony, including SATS Ltd President and CEO Tan Chuan Lye (center).
Appointment Ceremony: Aiming to give young business professionals the chance to work and live in another global city, our YBA programme appointed 12 Singaporeans and Chinese at the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in S'pore on 19 Sep.
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