Curriculum Vitae

DR. NURLIANA BINTI KAMARUDDIN

Senior Lecturer
  • Department of East Asian Studies
    Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

AREAS OF EXPERTISE


  • INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, EAST ASIAN POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT. ASEAN STUDIES

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION


  • PHD IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION), (Arts)
    Ewha Womans University, Korea
  • MASTERS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION)
    Yonsei University
  • BACHELOR OF ARTS (INTERNATIONAL STUDIES), (Arts)
    Ewha Womans University, Korea

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES


  • Deputy Executive Director (Academic)
    01 Feb 2024 - present (Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Deputy of Director (Student Affairs)
    01 Jan 2022 - 31 Jan 2024 (Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Committee Members
    01 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2023 (Asia-Europe Institute, Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Committee Members
    01 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2023 (Asia-Europe Institute, Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Coordinator
    01 Jan 2022 - 31 May 2023 (University Malaya)
  • Coordinator
    01 Jan 2022 - 31 May 2023 (Asia-Europe Institute, Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Acting Director
    27 Jan 2022 - 31 May 2022 (Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Deputy Executive Director (Academic)
    01 Aug 2020 - 31 Jul 2022 (Asia-Europe Institute, Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Ahli Action Lab Bagi Pelan Transformasi Universiti Malaya
    08 Apr 2021 - 08 Apr 2022 (University Malaya)
  • Deputy Executive Director (Academic)
    01 Aug 2020 - 31 Dec 2021 (Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), Asia-Europe Institute)
  • Pakar Jaminan Kualiti Program - ProQae
    01 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2021 (University Malaya)
  • PANEL PENILAI PENGAKREDITASIAN SEMULA PROGRAM AKADEMIK BUKAN PROFESIONAL IJAZAH TINGGI (FASA 4) UNIVERSITI MALAYA
    01 Apr 2021 - 31 Dec 2021 (University Malaya)
  • Ahli Panel Penilai Program Akademik Universiti Malaya
    10 Jun 2019 - 01 Jan 2020 (University Malaya)
  • Mobility Coordinator
    13 Dec 2018 - 13 Dec 2019 (Asia-Europe Institute, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and International))
  • Wakil Bagi Unit Visibiliti dan Publisiti PTj
    05 Apr 2018 - 05 Apr 2019 (Asia-Europe Institute, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and International))

MEMBERSHIPS


  • ASSOCIATE, MEMBER
    2021 to 2023 (University)
  • PAKAR JAMINAN KUALITI PROGRAM (PROQAE), RESOURCE PERSON
    2019 to 2021 (University)
  • PAKAR JAMINAN KUALITI PROGRAM (PROQAE), ASSESSORS
    2019 to 2021 (University)
  • MALAYSIA SCHOLARS ON KOREA (MASK), MEMBER
    2018 to 2021 (National)
  • JEAN MONNET CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE, COORDINATOR
    2019 to 2020 (University)

AWARD AND STEWARDSHIP


  • Certificate of Appreciation
    Asia Europe Meeting, Trinity College Dublin, Universiti Malaya, 2020 (International)
  • Semarak Merdeka Night Run
    Trans Borneo Tour Sdn Bhd, 2019 (National)
  • Certificate of Appreciation for Contribution as Secretariat at the Asia Europe Conference 2019
    Asia-Europe Institute, 2019 (Ptj/ Faculty)
  • Certificate for SELF LEADERSHIP: ESSENTIAL SKILLS TO HELP YOU REALIZE YOUR POTENTIAL
    ADEC, 2019 (University)
  • Speedster Race 2019
    Pusat Asasi Sains, Universiti Malaya, 2019 (University)
  • UM Research Carnival Run 2018
    UM, 2018 (University)
  • Presenter at The 2nd Biennal International Conference of International Relations and the 12th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association
    Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, 2018 (International)
  • Certificate of Participation : Teaching EU Studies in the ASEAN Context
    The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Asia-Europe Institute, 2018 (Ptj/ Faculty)
  • Appreciation for Contribution for Comparative Regionalism Workshop
    Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, 2018 (Ptj/ Faculty)

PUBLICATIONS


Article in Journal
  1. Huda, M. I. M., Ridzuan, I., & Kamaruddin, N. (2021). ANOMALI DASAR LUAR MALAYSIA TERHADAP CHINA KETIKA PASCA ERA PERANG DINGIN (1989-1996). e-Bangi: Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 18(3).
  2. Kamaruddin, N and Galas J.V. (2020). Engaging Woman in Rural Development: A Case Study of South Korea's Saemaul Undong and Malaysia's FELDA Programs. JEBAT: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies, 47(3), 139-161.
  3. Kamaruddin, N. (2019). "Review of Post-industrial development in east Asia, Taiwan and South Korea in comparison by Min-hua Chiang, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018." AEI Insight 5(1), 73-76.
  4. Howe, B. M., & Kamaruddin, N. (2016). Good governance and human security in Malaysia: Sarawak's hydroelectric conundrum. Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs, 38(1), 81-105.
  5. Lee, C., Md Akhir, M., & Kamaruddin, N. (2015). Japan's Rare Earth (RE) Diplomacy (2007-2012): A Case of Neoclassical Realism. Asian Profile, 43(3), 211-224.
ESCI
  1. Lee, Karl Chee Leong; Jamil, Nur Shahadah; Kamaruddin, Nurliana (2023). LOOKING SOUTH: COMPARING THE REGIONAL POLICIES OF TAIWAN AND SOUTH KOREA, ASIAN AFFAIRS. . doi:10.1080/03068374.2023.2216587
  2. Kamaruddin, Nurliana; Huda, Mohd Ikbal Mohd (2022). A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE ON INCOME EQUITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ASEAN AND EU, JATI-JOURNAL OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES. 27(1), 1-22. doi:10.22452/jati.vol27no1.1
  3. Kamaruddin, Nurliana; Huda, Mohd Ikbal Mohd; Deivasagayam, Aaron Denison; Xia, Menghu (2022). Engaging North Korea: Malaysia's Quest for the Middle Path, ISSUES & STUDIES. 58(02). doi:10.1142/S101325112240001X
  4. Ridzuan, Mohamad Ikhram Mohamad; Huda, Mohd Ikbal Mohd; Kamaruddin, Nurliana; Zulkifli, Noraini (2022). Malaysia's Foreign Policy Towards China Until the Administration of Pakatan Harapan: Building Mutual Trust in Changing Geopolitics, AKADEMIKA. 92(2), 207-220. doi:10.17576/akad-2022-9202-15
  5. Kamaruddin, Nurliana; Galas, Jan Vincent (2020). ENGAGING WOMEN IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF SOUTH KOREA'S SAEMAUL UNDONG AND MALAYSIA'S FELDA PROGRAMS, JEBAT-MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY POLITICS AND STRATEGIC STUDIES. 47(3), 139-161
  6. Mohd Ikbal, Mohd Huda; Syed Farizalaminy, Syed Mohamad; Nurliana, Kamaruddin (2020). SECURITY COMMUNITY, ASEAN AND ITS MEMBER STATES: MUTUALLY REINFORCING OR A RELATIONSHIP OF CONVENIENCE?, JEBAT-MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY POLITICS AND STRATEGIC STUDIES. 47(1), 78-97
  7. Nikitina, Larisa; Furuoka, Fumitaka; Kamaruddin, Nurliana (2020). Language Attitudes and L2 Motivation of Korean Language Learners in Malaysia, JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND EDUCATION. 6(2), 132-146. doi:10.17323/jle.2020.10716
Scopus
  1. Kamaruddin N., Deivasagayam A.D. (2023). The NSP-K and NSP-K Plus: Elevating South Korea s Middle Power Presence Among Asean Member Countries, Asian Affairs. . doi:10.1080/03068374.2023.2213114
  2. Lee K.C.L., Jamil N.S., Kamaruddin N. (2023). Looking South: Comparing the Regional Policies of Taiwan and South Korea, Asian Affairs. 54(2), 227-230. doi:10.1080/03068374.2023.2216587
  3. Kamaruddin N., Mohd Huda M.I., Deivasagayam A.D., Xia M. (2022). Engaging North Korea: Malaysia's Quest for the Middle Path, Issues and Studies. 58(2). doi:10.1142/S101325112240001X
  4. Kamaruddin N., Rogers R.A. (2021). Attempting to remain apolitical: Assessing the challenges of Malaysia s military, Asian Affairs(UK). 48(3-4), 153-175. doi:10.1080/00927678.2022.2068361
  5. Kamaruddin, N., Rogers, R. A. (2020). Malaysia s democratic and political transformation. Asian Affairs(UK), 47(2), 126-148. doi: 10.1080/00927678.2020.1715046
  6. Nikitina, L., Furuoka, F., & Kamaruddin, N. (2020). Language attitudes and L2 motivation of Korean language learners in Malaysia. Journal of Language and Education, 6(2), 132-146. doi: 10.17323/JLE.2020.10716
  7. Kamaruddin, N. (2018). An East Asian approach to rural development: A comparative of the Saemaul Undong and FELDA programs. Asian International Studies Review, 19(1), 75-98. doi: 10.16934/isr.19.1.201806.75
Books
  1. Kamaruddin, N., Idris, A., & Fernandez, K. (Eds.). (2024). The New Normal and Its Impact on Society. Springer Nature.
  2. Rasiah, R., Low, W. Y., & Kamaruddin, N. (2023). Digitalization and Development: Ecosystem for Promoting Industrial Revolution 4.0 Technologies in Malaysia (p. 295). Taylor & Francis.
  3. Kumar, S., Kamaruddin, N., & Hashim, A. (2021). Contemporary Issues in ASEAN-EU Socio-Cultural Cooperation. Kuala Lumpur: Asia-Europe Institute.
  4. Idris, A. & Kamaruddin, N. (Eds) (2019). ASEAN Post 50: Emerging Issues and Challenges. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan
Chapter in Books
  1. Fernandez, K., & Kamaruddin, N. (2024). The New Normal: Challenges and Regional Approaches. In The New Normal and Its Impact on Society: Perspectives from ASEAN and the European Union (pp. 1-10). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore.
  2. Kamaruddin, N., Cheong, C.Y.M., Low, W.Y., and Azirah, H. (2023). Online Education in Malaysia: Institutional Change to Stimulate Digital Literacy. In Rajah Rasiah, Wah Yun Low, Nurliana Kamaruddin (Eds). Digitalization and Development: Ecosystem for Promoting IR4.0 Technologies in Malaysia. Oxon: Routledge. pp. 131-150
  3. Kamaruddin, N., Kuik, CC. (2023). ASEAN’s Agency in the US-China Rivalry: Small-State Hedging Across the Twin Chessboards. In: Roberts, K., Bano, S. (eds) The Ascendancy of Regional Powers in Contemporary US-China Relations . Global Foreign Policy Studies. Palgrave Macmillan,
  4. Rasiah, R., Kamaruddinh, N. & Low, W.Y.. (2023). Problematizing Digitalization and Industrial Revolution 4.0. IN: Rasiah, R., Low, W.Y., & Kamaruddin, N. (Eds.). Digitalization and Development: Ecosystem for Promoting Industrial Revolution 4.0 Technologies in Malaysia. London: Routledge.
  5. Idris, Z., &; Kamaruddin, N. (2022). In A. W. Mantong &; W. Kharisma (Eds.), Navigating Uncharted Waters: Security Cooperation between ROK and ASEAN (pp. 71 84). essay, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) .
  6. Kamaruddin, N, Idris Z. (2021). The Coordination of COVID-19 Responses in Malaysia: Efforts and Challenges. In Public Health in Asia during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Global Health Governance, Migrant Labour, and International Health Crises. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  7. Sidhu, J. S., &; Kamaruddin, N. (2022). Malaysia in ASEAN: The Search for Security and Regional Stability. In A. O. Garcia &; E. Fitriani (Eds.), The New Global Order and the Role of the Southeast Asian Nations (pp. 282 295). essay, National Autonomous University of Mexico.
  8. Nurliana Kamaruddin. (2020). "Keingintahuan," in Roziah Omar Sivamurugan Pandian Md Nasrudin Md Akhir Darulihsan Abdul Hamid. (eds). Kukuh Nilai Kukuh Negara, (pp. 169-180), Kuala Lumpur: UM Press
  9. Idris, A. & Kamaruddin, N. (2019). Overview of ASEAN. In Idris, A. & Kamaruddin, N. (Eds). ASEAN Post 50: Emerging Issues and Challenges. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan
  10. Kamaruddin, N & Idris, A. (2019). "Challenges and Opportunities; Lessons for ASEAN Post 50." In Idris, A. & Kamaruddin, N. (Eds). ASEAN Post 50: Emerging Issues and Challenges. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan
  11. Kamaruddin, N. & Galas J.V. (2019). " The ASEAN-ROK Economic Relations: Challenges and Opportunities." In Idris, A. & Kamaruddin, N. (Eds). ASEAN Post 50: Emerging Issues and Challenges. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan
  12. Kamaruddin, N. (2019). A Comparative Perspective on Income Inequality and Sustainable Development in ASEAN and EU. In ASEAN-EU Dialogue 2018 - Regional and Inter-Regional Economic Cooperation: Identifying Priorities for ASEAN and the EU (pp. 24-32). Kuala Lumpur: Asia-Europe Institute.
Article in Proceeding
  1. Kamaruddin, N., & Md Akhir, M. (2012). Malaysia-Korea: A Comparative Study on The Economic Development Models. In Korean Studies in Southeast Asia: A New Dimension of Collaboration Beyond a Country Study (pp. 443-465). Hanoi: University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Other Publications
  1. Lee, K. C. L., Jamil, N. S., & Kamaruddin, N. (2023). LOOKING SOUTH: COMPARING THE REGIONAL POLICIES OF TAIWAN AND SOUTH KOREA. Asian Affairs, 1-4. - Editorial Material
  2. Kamaruddin, N., & Lum, I. (n.d.). Australia-ASEAN relations: Resetting the agenda between neighbours. Asialink. Retrieved December 13, 2022, from https://asialink.unimelb.edu.au/insights/australia-asean-relations-resetting-the-agenda-between-neighbours - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  3. Lee, C., Kamaruddin, N., & Lin, K. (2022). Buka jendela Taiwan naik taraf industri kita. Retrieved 19 October 2022, from https://www.utusan.com.my/rencana/2022/10/buka-jendela-taiwan-naik-taraf-industri-kita/ - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  4. Kamaruddin, N. (2021, July 27). US-China rivalries: What matters for ASEAN. Retrieved August 09, 2021, from https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/us-china-rivalries-what-matters-asean - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  5. Kamaruddin, N. (2020). Perspectives: ASEAN Rises as the West Falls. Retrieved 14 July 2020, from https://asialink.unimelb.edu.au/insights/asean-rises-as-the-west-falls - Online Magazine
  6. Kamaruddin, N., & Galas, J. (2020). The missing piece in the debate about the future regional order. Retrieved 14 July 2020, from https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/missing-piece-debate-about-future-regional-order - Online Magazine
  7. Kamaruddin, N. (2019). ASEAN s strategic engagement in the unwieldy Indo-Pacific. Retrieved 6 August 2019, from https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/asean-s-strategic-engagement-unwieldy-indo-pacific - Online Magazine
  8. Kamaruddin, N. (2019, July 18). Indo-Pacific: Friendly towards Europe and China? New Straits Times. Retrieved July 18, 2019, from https://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnists/2019/07/505188/indo-pacific-friendly-towards-europe-and-china - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  9. Kamaruddin, N. (2018, May 17). Lessons from Japan. News Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnists/2018/05/370320/lessons-japan - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)

RESEARCH PROJECT


National
  1. 2020 - 2023, RU Geran - Fakulti Program
    Brunei?s Relations With The People?s Republic Of China ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  2. 2019 - 2022, RU Geran - Fakulti Program
    The Apolitical Malaysian Military: Its Reason And Future ( Principal Investigator(PI))
International
  1. 2017 - 2020, International Funding
    Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. ASEAN-EU in Dialogue Learning from Each Other ( Coordinator)
  2. 2018 - 2019, International Funding
    FES-APISA "Regional Interdependencies of Democratisation in Asia" ( Case Study Contributor)

CONSULTANCY PROJECT


  • Roundtable Discussion On The Security Sector Governance and Reform in Malaysia, Research for Social Advancement (REFSA)
    01 Oct 2020 - 01 Oct 2020 (National)
  • Sustainable Development Goals Course for National Institute of Public Administration (Intan), NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (INTAN)
    01 Jul 2019 - 01 Jul 2019 (National)

PAPER PRESENTED


PLENARY SPEAKER
  1. THE PHILIPPINE'S STRATEGIC FUTURE: BETWEEN ASIA & EUROPE, 2019 PPSA International Conference: Rethinking Liberal Democracy, Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA) (International) (28 May 2019 - 29 May 2019)
INVITED SPEAKER
  1. AEI Building Ties Beyond Boundaries, PNPU International Week 2021 Programme, Poltava V. G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University (International) (26 May 2021 - 28 May 2021)
  2. Sustainable Human Development: Perspective from ASEAN and Malaysia, PROGRAM SARJANA (PENGAJIAN STRATEGI & DIPLOMASI) UKM-IDFR, UKM-IDFR (National) (24 May 2021 - 24 May 2021)
  3. Malaysia-South Korea Socio-Culture Relations, 2019 SEMINAR on ASEAN-ROK Relations: Moving towards the Enhancement of Relations between ASEAN(Thailand) and Korea, Dong-A Institute of ASEAN Studies(DIAS), Dong-A University, Korea and the Institute of Asian Studies(IAS), Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (International) (25 Oct 2019 - 25 Oct 2019)
  4. Malaysia-South Korea: Prospects for Development Cooperation, Second Malaysia Scholars on Korea (MASK) Network Seminar, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Malaysia (International) (04 Dec 2018 - 04 Dec 2018)
  5. Malaysia: The Economy/Society Nexus, FES-APISA Conference on "Regional Interdependencies of Democratisation in Asia", FES Korea (International) (22 Nov 2018 - 25 Nov 2018)
POSTER PRESENTER
  1. Asia-Europe COIL - Civic Engagement and Sustainable Development, Asia-Pacific Association for International Education, Mahidol University (International) (13 Mar 2023 - 17 Mar 2023)
PRESENTER
  1. Malaysia and South Korea: Managing the Pandemic, Comparative Measures: Covid-19 in South Korea and Malaysia , University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute (International) (09 Dec 2020 - 09 Dec 2020)
  2. ASEAN: The Past, Present and Future, The Asia-Europe Institute (AEI) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) - ASEM Online Summer School 2020, Asia-Europe Institute, Universiti Malaya and Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland and the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies (International) (14 Sep 2020 - 18 Sep 2020)
  3. Democratization in Asia: Malaysia, The 2nd Biennial International Conference on International Relations (ICON-IR) and The 12th Annual Congress of APISA, The Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) and Universitas Katolik Parahyangan (International) (05 Oct 2018 - 06 Oct 2018)
  4. Sustainable Development and Income Equity: Comparative Perspective on ASEAN and EU, ASEAN-EU Dialogue 2018: Regional and Inter-Regional Economic Cooperation: Identifying Priorities for ASEAN and the EU, AEI, Jean Monet Centre of Excellence (International) (25 Jul 2018 - 26 Jul 2018)
OTHERS
  1. 60 years and beyond: Preparing Malaysia-Republic of Korea relations for a new era, Malaysia Scholars on Korea (MASK) Network Event, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia and Embassy of the Republic of Korea (National) (10 Dec 2020 - 10 Dec 2020)
  2. Future of the NSP: Building ASEAN-ROK Resilience During the Pandemic, ISIS.Hybrid Forum on New Southern Policy and ASEAN-ROK Relations: Enhancing Connectivity, Building Resilience , ISIS Malaysia and Korea Foundation (International) (29 Sep 2020 - 29 Oct 2020)
  3. Part I: Infrastructure development diplomacy, ISIS Malaysia Forum on Korea, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia (International) (13 Nov 2019 - 14 Nov 2019)

ACADEMIC/PROF. SERVICES


Evaluation
  1. (2021) Panel Penilai Reaccreditation Fasa 4, University, (Internal Assessor)
  2. (2020) Reviewer for Book proposal with Springer Nature , (Reviewer)
  3. (2020) Reviewer for Asian International Studies Review , (Reviewer)
  4. (2019) Reviewer for Geoforum, (Reviewer)
  5. (2019) Reviewer for Asian International Studies Review, (Reviewer)
  6. (2018) Reviewer for Institution and Economies , (Reviewer)
  7. (2018) Reviewer for AEI Insight, (Reviewer)
Contribution to event
  1. (2021) Moderated Invited Speakers Session 2 With Panel from Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, International, (Panelist/Moderator)
Media appearance
  1. (2022) Korea Selatan Pertaruh Kuasa Lunak K-Pop dan Bts Bida Expo Dunia 2023, National, (Interview)

SUPERVISION


Postgraduate Student
PhD/ Doctoral
  1. (2020) Cultural Diplomacy: Leveraging on Cultural Products to Construct Positive Image of Malaysia Through Hosting International Events, SIMON MANCHA ANAK MARING
  2. (2020) A Historical Approach to Understanding Power within a Southeast Asian Context, ANGAINDRANKUMAR A/L GNANASAGARAN
  3. (2019) Impact on Migrant Workers ?Work Life Balance? Through Unregulated Recruitment Practices in Malaysia, MD ASHIKUR RAHMAN
  4. (2019) Impact on Migrant Workers 'Work Life Balance' Through Unregulated Recruitment Practices in Malaysia, MD ASHIKUR RAHMAN
Master
  1. (2019) Perception and Reaction: A Case Study of Malaysian Media?s Role in Framing Immigration Issues, AZLEE BIN ABU BAKAR
  2. (2018) Republic of Korea's 'New Southern Policy': South Korea's Strenghts and Weaknesses in ASEAN Flow Boiling, KIM HONGSEOG
  3. (2018) Language Policies and Identity Building in ASEAN : A Comparison with the EU, HE QINYUE
  4. (2018) J-Pop and K-Pop as Soft Power Resources in Indonesia and Malaysia, SHOMA YAMAMOTO
  5. (2018) China?s Belt and Road: The Opportunities and Challenges for ASEAN Tourism, LI JINGYI
  6. (2018) China-ASEAN Maritime Cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative, WU SUQIN
  7. (2017) Strategic Communications to Deter Terrorism Activities in ASEAN, RAJA SAZA NUR AQUILLA
  8. (2017) Rohingya and ASEAN?s Way Forward: A Search for Human Security, LEENAVATHY A/P YELLAMARAN
  9. (2017) Public Diplomacy of ASEAN Globally: Case Study of the Visibility and Perceptions of ASEAN in the Selected EU Countries: Czech Republic and Germany, VICTORIA HADLER
  10. (2017) Adopting the Nordic Model in Reducing Poverty and Inequality in Malaysia, SITI AZWAH BINTI MOHD. ZUBIR

TEACHING


Master
  1. (2020) QQD7003 - Master
  2. (2020) QQD7003 - Political-Security Agenda of Asean
  3. (2019) QQD7003 - Political-Security Agenda of Asean
  4. (2018) QQD7003 - Political-Security Agenda of Asean
Bachelor
  1. (2020) AIX3006 - Bachelor/First Degree
  2. (2019) AIG2028 - Social Transformation in Korea
  3. (2019) AIX3006 - East Asian Society
  4. (2019) AIX3006 - Bachelor/First Degree
  5. (2018) AIX3006 - East Asian Society
Microcredential

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES


  • Project Advisor for Europe Day High School Outreach At Mbss, Kl, (10 Jul 2019 - 10 Jul 2019)
  • Project Advisor for Europe Day High School Outreach At Sbpi Gombak, (08 May 2019 - 08 May 2019)
  • Appointed as Judge for The Malaysia World Schools Debate National Team Selection, (22 Dec 2018 - 23 Dec 2018)
  • Judge for "Science Storytellers", (14 Nov 2018 - 14 Nov 2018)
  • Program Coordinator for Europe Day High School Outreach Program, (05 May 2018 - 12 May 2018)