Viện Đông Á NUS thành lập Trung tâm Hàn Quốc tại Singapore

Thứ ba, 30/11/2021, 11:23 GMT+7

Centre is first knowledge hub in Southeast Asia to focus on Korea’s development experience.

Present at the launch of the Korea Centre were (from left to right): Dr Lee Geun, President, Korea Foundation; Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Singapore; Dr Teh Kok Peng, Chairman, NUS East Asian Institute; and Prof Tan Eng Chye, NUS President.

The East Asian Institute (EAI) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has established the Korea Centre to spearhead research on governance, peace and development in the Korean Peninsula. The first of its kind in Southeast Asia, the new Centre seeks to contribute to understanding and interaction between the two Koreas (North and South Korea) and ASEAN countries.

Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, who officiated the launch, said, “The Korean Peninsula remains fascinating, complex, and well worth the analysis and academic work that the Korea Centre will embark on. We do need a deeper, more nuanced understanding of the intricacies and implications of developments in the Peninsula, and its wider impact on us and the rest of the world.”

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