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The Nanyang Alumni Association Indonesia was officially launched at an alumni gathering held at Jakarta on 12 May.

The get-together was hosted by NTU President Dr Su Guaning and attended by about 70 alumni and invited guests which included the Singapore Ambassador to Indonesia, HE Mr Ashok Mirpuri.



The guests who gathered at the Hotel Mulia Senayan for an evening of regalement and reminiscing included alumni from the undergraduate and postgraduate courses, from the various eras of the university.

During his welcome address, Dr Su said: "To all of us here, NTU holds a special place in our hearts. We believe in building a strong University community, comprising alumni, faculty, staff, students, and even parents. Our alumni in Indonesia are an active extension of the University. You are NTU's valued stakeholders, and custodians of our past and stewards of our future."

"As part of NTU's network of over 100,000 alumni in over 90 countries worldwide, you contribute as much to the reputation and excellence of NTU as our students and staff - and we are proud of your achievements and their continued commitment to the University."

"Tonight, it gives me great pleasure to launch our fourth overseas-based alumni association - The Nanyang Alumni Association Indonesia, right here in Jakarta. To the alumni volunteers and friends who have made this possible, I congratulate and applaud you on having attained this significant milestone; and for all the wonderful work you have done for the University. Your generosity and commitment are deeply appreciated," added Dr Su.

Heading the newly formed association is Mr Lie Ngian Keng, alumnus from School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Class of 1989. 

Mr Willy Nusantara, Advisor to the Nanyang Alumni Association Indonesia, took the opportunity to present to the guests the achievements of the association. He said: "Our alumni from Nanyang University, NTI and NTU in Indonesia are one big family under the Nanyang Alumni Association Indonesia. I strongly believe that with the formation of this association, it will bring promising result to foster a closer relationship between NTU and its alumni in Indonesia."

During the dinner, the alumni enjoyed the opportunity to network and interact with fellow alumni and senior officials from NTU. All of them were pleased to witness an alumni association being launched in Indonesia, and gave their fullest support.

Mr Jaspal Sidhu, alumnus from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Class of 1987, who gave an opening address at the gathering, said: "As a Singaporean working in Indonesia for almost 18 years, I miss the friends I made in school. Such get-togethers allow me to get back in touch with them. I was most happy to find out that a few were actually here in Jakarta with me, and I did not even know that."

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