Invitation to LSEAAS CNY Festive “Lo Hei” Lunch Celebration!
Gong Xi Fa Cai! As we usher in the Year of the Rat, the LSEAAS is pleased to announce that our Chinese New Year “Lo Hei” Lunch Celebration is around the corner! This annual event is a mainstay of our alumni events calendar, and is always a great opportunity to reunite with fellow alumni and old friends, as well as to meet new friends and contacts.
Places are limited so please RSVP at the earliest opportunity on events page.
Cost: $75 for members and $85 for guests
Andrew Naylor at email@example.com
The sumptuous lunch menu includes:
- Golden pumpkin soup with seafood and fresh crab meat
- Fried garoupa fillet with olive leaves and asparagus
- Straits crispy chicken
- Braised dried scallop and crab meat with homemade tofu
- Traditional chicken sausage and preserved meat fried rice
- Chilled savory yam with sago
Individual vegetarian set menu available by advance arrangement – please email for details.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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Harvard Club of Singapore - Chinese New Year Lohei Dinner
Usher in a prosperous 2020 with us this Chinese New Year!
In conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of the Harvard Club of Singapore, we are celebrating with a Chinese New Year lohei dinner at Yan, at the National Gallery Singapore.
The Chinese New Year menu will be a visual feast of exquisite Cantonese cuisine. It will be a banquet style dinner with free flow drinks. Do join us for a night of celebration and excellent networking opportunities!
Cost: Dual members $138 (seats are limited & on a first come, first served basis)
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INSEAD WiB Club: BRAIN POWER – Using How the Brain Perceives Power to Drive Success
The neurological differences in the way male and female brains take power and experience pressure present an opportunity for leaders to bring together diverse brains to improve performance. Join Kate Lanz, Neuropsychologist, international leadership coach and author, for this interaction workshop on understanding these differences and harnessing the opportunities they present.
Cost: DUAL members pay SGD 45
More about our speaker:
Kate has over thirty years’ business experience – nearly twenty years’ in leadership coaching combined with an outstanding track record of success as a senior executive. Kate was the first female – and youngest – International General Manager at Diageo, the world’s leading spirits producer.
It was in the role of General Manager that Kate developed an interest in the psychology of the working environment. Building on her MBA, her BSc in Psychology and her business experience, Kate established her international practice in corporate coaching. She now focuses on the power of modern neuroscience for releasing latent brain potential at work.
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