Berita Harian's Malay Language Programme
Temasek Foundation Connects is supporting a new Malay Language Programme for Non-Malay Speakers organised by Berita Harian. With Malay being used widely in the region, a sense of close and natural affinity can be fostered using Malay, not just among Singaporeans but also among other Malay speakers in the region.
Who We Are
Temasek Foundation Connects is a Singapore-based non-profit philanthropic organisation that funds and supports programmes, which seek to build bridges and partnerships, and promote dialogue and mutual understanding across international communities and markets.
Established in 2016, the foundation’s programmes promote dialogue and advance collective knowledge and mutual understanding in key areas that are important to Singapore and on a global front. These include various issues such as security, geopolitics and economic imperatives of emerging markets, as well as best practices in areas such as corporate governance and stewardship. The foundation provides oversight to two endowments – the S Rajaratnam Endowment and the Hon Sui Sen Endowment.
Mr Benny Lim
Dr Beh Swan Gin
Singapore Economic Development Board
Mr Albert Chua
Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources
Mr Janadas Devan
Chief of Government Communications,
Ministry of Communications and Information
Deputy Secretary, Prime Minister's Office, Singapore
Director, Institute of Policy Studies
Mr Khoo Teng Chye
Centre for Liveable Cities
Mr Quek See Tiat
Council for Estate Agencies
S Rajaratnam Endowment
The S Rajaratnam Endowment aims to achieve development, peace and stability in the region by deepening international friendships, promoting regional cooperation, and fostering a greater and common understanding of international rules, based on the twin pillars of good governance and sustainability.
Visit the S Rajaratnam Endowment website.
Hon Sui Sen Endowment
The Hon Sui Sen Endowment develops future public service leaders in the financial industry in Singapore and Asia, as well as fosters fellowship and exchange among them. Its flagship programme, The Temasek Regional Regulators Scholarship (TRRS) builds and develops the capabilities of talent from regional central banks and financial regulatory institutions, while promoting stronger networks and relationships among Asian financial regulatory institutions.