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Mon 09 Jan 2006

Joseph Koh drops by

Category : visitors

Raffles Museum's Honorary Research Associate and well know-Spiderman Joseph Koh dropped by with Mrs Koh for a short visit to catch up with old friends.

Joseph is best known in biodiversity circles for his guide to Common Singapore Spiders published by the SIngapore Science Centre. This was the first volume put online by Ria Tan's print to web project. This eventually paved the way for several other guides to go online, including the Guide to the Mangroves of Singapore.

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Mon 09 Jan 2006

12 Dec 2005 - Opening of the Indonesian Jamu exhibit at Leiden University.

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This international exhibition on Indonesian Jamu was organized by the World Think Tank organization based in Belgium with the collaboration of institutions in Indonesia, The Netherlands, Greece and Singapore.

It was first opened on 13 Aug 2005 at Universitas Padjadjaran (UNPAD), Bandung, Indonesia, and then traveled to the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (Crete, Greece). On 12th December 2005, the exhibition opened at the Leiden University, The Netherlands and will be there until mid-February 2006. See the report of the opening.

In early April the exhibition will come to Singapore where it will be on display at Museum, NUS Centre for the Arts as part the Faculty of Science's contribution to the NUS centennial celebration.

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