It is interesting to read and analyse what overseas workers write about- their experiences say and reveal loads. Working in a country other than one’s own always has its ups and downs. Often the *downs* get written about more than the *ups*. In this Talk Prof Lily Tope will explore the writings of Filipino workers in Singapore and help us better understand their feelings.
Professor lily Tope
Professor lily Tope is Head of the Literature Department of the University of Philippines. Prof Tope is well-known to scholars around the world for her work in southeast asian Literature. She has written and edited several books-both fiction and non-fiction and also edited anthologuies of creative writing. Prof Tope has held various distinguished Fellowships and is also known for her work in women studies.... Read More
It is so wonderful to host a Series of Talks which have come to be recognized as one of the *signature* offerings we are proud of- the Wee Kim Wee Centre Wednesday Lunchtime Talks. Some of you may recall that this Series has now been going on for 10+ years and through the years we have had a glittering cast of speakers/presenters. Once again, we are happy to offer a line-up which speaks for itself! As many of you have said to me, it is good to know who is appearing when so that we don’t miss out on those speakers/presenters we particularly want to hear- and get to know!
So, please mark your diaries, calendars, etc and be sure to attend at least a few of these stimulating sessions which have proven so popular over the years.And, always know that Lunch is served to all who register!