SEA Change 2014 Conference



Southeast Asia is a place of unparalleled beauty and potential, home to 500 million people who are proud inheritors of ancient civilizations. Yet Southeast Asia is known instead for human trafficking, terrorism and corruption, and remains overshadowed by the rise of regional powers such as India and China. SEA Change is a conference that seeks to spark a dialogue about Southeast Asia and its place in the world. Join us as we discuss the challenges faced by the next generation of Southeast Asian leaders, as well as the opportunities that are rapidly emerging in Southeast Asia.


Mr. Christopher Cheang - Consulate General of Singapore
Dr. Surin Pitsuwan - Former Secretary General of ASEAN (video)
Prof. Henry Rowen - Professor Emeritus GSB and Director-Emeritus Shorenstein APARC
Prof. Don Emmerson - FSI Senior Fellow Emeritus and Director of SEAF
Prof. Nicholas Hope - Director of SCID
Christina Laskowski - President of STAC Silicon Valley
Jeremy Potash - Director of California-Asia Business Council

Saturday, February 08, 2014 | 10:00 am — 4:00 pm
Koret-Taube Conference Center at the Gunn-SIEPR Building, 366 Galvez Street

Stanford Center for International Development (SCID)
Center for East Asian Studies