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Where can readers learn more about opportunities in Asia?

Comprising both a dedicated online portal and a physical space on Level 7 of the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library, Eye on Asia features books and digital resources about living and working overseas.
Comprising both a dedicated online portal and a physical space on Level 7 of the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library, Eye on Asia features books and digital resources about living and working overseas.PHOTO: NATIONAL LIBRARY BOARD

The National Library’s new Eye on Asia resource centre brings the region closer to readers here, encouraging them to discover opportunities abroad. Comprising both a dedicated
online portal and a physical space on Level 7 of the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library, Eye on Asia features books and digital resources about living and working overseas.

The online portal (http://www.eyeonasia.sg) includes facts and information about the Asean countries and China; first-hand accounts of living and working abroad; as well as a list of overseas internship programmes, awards and training courses for both students and young professionals.

Eye on Asia is a collaboration with International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore), Business China and the International Trading Institute @ Singapore Management University.