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Congratulations to Emeritus Prof Koh Kheng Lian ’61 on being one of the inaugural inductees to the Singapore Women’s Hall of Fame! Prof Koh is a pioneer in the development of environmental law in the region, and is today an established authority on environmental law. She is one of the founder members and the former, and currently honorary, director of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law (APCEL). She had also recently received the Elizabeth Haub Prize for Environmental Law.

The Hall of Fame recognises and salutes the outstanding women of Singapore in all fields of endeavour. The inductees are women who are considered to be the pioneers, who turned their dreams into reality for the women of their time and future generations, and women who inspire others.

Prof Koh receiving the award from President Tony Tan.

Daphne Loke DipSing '01 and her daughter Lauren Grace.

Our heartiest congratulations goes out to Daphne Loke DipSing '01 on the arrival of her bundle of joy! She sends us her greetings from Reading, United Kingdom: “Little Lauren Grace arrived in February, cute as a tiny bear, with a full lovely head of hair... And Spring is in the air!”









We are glad to hear from Yuri Suzuki ’09 (L.L.M)Yuri shares with us that she is working for the Japanese Consulate at the Embassy of Japan in Hamburg, Germany. She also acts as an advisor for international law, in particular, for the law of the sea. In addition, she is also a liaison officer for the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

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