Will Living In The Country Make Life Better?

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ENHANCING farmland by making them living spaces and viable communities is on Tay Kheng Soon’s agenda.

The architect and environmental activist is keen to push his plans as a private concern, and if the government decides it’s worth planting some roots in the idea, he will take that as well.

Tay, an adjunct professor with the National University of Singapore faculty of architecture was part of the WED WEB CHAT discussion What Kind Of Society Do We Want To Live In? A passionate advocate of the causes he champions, he spoke about the securities we require and the need for emancipation in society.

Also part of the discussion were Audrey Perera, Executive Producer of True Colors Festival and Ravi Krishnan, founder of Mach7 Technologies.

Audrey, who brought the entertainment festival WOMAD to Singapore, spoke about the importance of diversity and appreciating other cultures, while Ravi, whose business is in medical technology, laments the lack of open spaces here to help ease frazzled nerves.

Enjoy the video discussion, below.

The next WED WEB CHAT on 15 July is titled Election Over…Now What?

If you’d like to attend the session, click on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eniBcjEmRD68770VHrk4cQ

 

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