INFORMATION PRIVACY IN THE INTERNET ERA: EU LAW ON DATA PROTECTION A GLOBAL BENCHMARK?
You are cordially invited by NTU to its WKWSCI Distinguished Speaker session on above topic by Visiting Professor Kyu Ho Youm on Wed 28 Jan 2015 at 11am.
Registration closes on 27 Jan 2015. Please refer to the poster attached for more details and direct registration online.
If the link is broken, you may sign up here.
Dear Golf League members
The Press Club keeps the Diplomats’ Challenge golf trophy for another year.
The Press Club won the final quarterly 2 games to one at the Laguna National Golf Course and will keep the Diplomats’ Challenge Trophy for
Press Club Captain Patrick Daniel was down with flu and had to take a raincheck, but a splendid performance by Spencer Robinson made sure we took the honours.
It was a nice day at the Masters Course with cloudy skies and bursts of sunshine. First off the tee box were Amb Philip Green (Australia) and Amb Manuel Talavera (Peru), pitching their skills against Edward Stanislaus (The Edge) and Paul Jacob (The Straits Times). Edward and Paul played well but were overcome by the diplomats in the last few holes.
Next off were Dicky Goh (Hindustan Times) partnering Tarun Deo (Golin) and they beat Amb Thomas Kupfer (Switzerland) and Amb Michael Witter (Germany) 3 & 2. Amb Witter arrived in Singapore recently and we look forward to him joining us regularly in the 2015 quarterly series.
So it was all square until the final flight came in. And what a rousing return to the terrace! Press Club’s golfing journo Spencer Robinson played
his best game of the year at 77 partnering Ravi Velloor (The Straits Times) and won their game 3 & 2 against Amb Jacques Werner (Netherlands) and Hon Consul of Cote-D-Viore Edward Liu. With their win, the trophy was safely in our hands with an overall score of 3 wins and one loss for the year. Congratulations to the Press Club Golf League members!
The social game was helmed by Golf Convenor Jacqueline Wu (The New Paper) with Lim Chen Ming (3Ps Consulting) and new member Benny Teo (Golf Punk).
Last but not the least, the Golf League champion of the day was Tarun (38 points) with Spenser recording 36 points and Dicky trying to catch up
with 34 points.
We had an enjoyable year with the Diplomats’ quarterly and look forward to another year of fun and camaraderie with the diplomats in 2015.
Singapore Press Club
The “Oscars of Photojournalism World” is back! Here’s a chance for you to go on a guided tour to view the award-winning photos displayed at Raffles Hotel Arcade. Check out the attached circular and register early for the limited free places at: https://eventbrite.sg/event/15158895665/
In conjunction with the World Press Photo (WPP) exhibition, there are workshops and talks – some with fee applicable – held on different dates at various venues. Members who are keen can register directly at: http://www.worldpressphoto.asia/outreach/amateurs-professionals/
In particular, we have secured 10 complimentary seats for members only to the WPP Singapore Panel Discussion on “Photography with a Mission” which will be held on Saturday 10 Jan from 1.30 to 3.30 pm at Orchard Central. Grab them now at: https://wpppanel2015.eventbrite.sg
You and your guest(s) are invited to enjoy two delightful evenings of Strumming & Drumming with the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and their guest performer from China.
Time: 8pm, 16 Jan (Fri) & 17 Jan (Sat)
Place: SCO Concert Hall
There’ll be a different programme on the two nights. Here’s a preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilrk6BVEWjE
Renowned guzheng musician Luo Xiao Ci from the Shanghai Chinese Orchestra will showcase her exquisite skills in her composition The Rhythm. On 16th Jan, she will also perform Like A Dream with SCO dizi principal Yin Zhi Yang. On 17th Jan, she will perform Night Thoughts with SCO cello principal Xu Zhong. In the spirit of the new year, SCO percussionists Ngoh Kheng Seng and Xu Fan will thrill the audience with The King of Qin in Battle and Zhang Yong Qinfs Ji Ji Feng. Spring Suite by Gu Guan Ren will add to the festive mood.
We Soar – Wang Chen Wei
The Rhythm – Luo Xiao Ci
The King of Qin in Battle – Chung Yiu-Kwong
Spring Suite – Gu Guan Ren
Like A Dream – Luo Xiao Ci (16 Jan)
Spring – Lo Leong Fai (16 Jan)
Night Thoughts – Luo Xiao Ci (17 Jan)
Impression of National Tunes, Daqu – Jiang Ying (17 Jan)
Details needed are:
Children 6 and above may attend.
On your selected concert day, go to the VIP Table set up @ the Qing Foyer outside the 3rd floor Concert Hall. Tell the person(s) manning that you’re collecting Singapore Press Club tickets – provide the name and ID number that you submitted.