Conversation Starters: Are Singaporeans Happy? Understanding The Meaning Of Well-being

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29 Mar 2017

 Conversation Starters: Are Singaporeans Happy? Understanding The Meaning Of Well-being

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The happiest nation in Asia-Pacific – that was how Singapore ranked in a survey produced for the United Nations, the World Happiness Report 2016. But between our obsessive pursuit of the 5C's and a drive for excellence and perfection ingrained into us from a very young age, how many of us can truly attest to being happy? What is happiness anyway? On March 29, come join our panel of experts as we explore different definitions of well-being, and delve into some of the factors important to our mental health and levels of happiness.

Date ​: ​29 March 2017 (Wednesday)​​
Time : ​7.00pm - 9.00pm (registration starts at 6.30pm)
Venue ​: ​The Pod, Level 16, National Library Building
Panellists​
Lim Wei Shyan
M.D., and MRCPsych (UK)​
William Tov
Singapore Management University
Susan Xu
Singapore University of Social Sciences
Moderator
Ng Wei Ting
Singapore University of Social Sciences

Please register here.