In conversation with Zhi Soon on Career in Public Service, Australia's Democracy and Asian Australian Representation
Welcome to the 2nd episode of AMSA Talk - in conversation with Zhi Soon on a career in Public Service, Australia's democracy and Asian Australian representation. This is a special edition organised in collaboration with the Asian
Australian Alliance (AAA).
$25 per person (AMSA member / AAA Follower) - Promo codes will be provided.
$35 per person (non member)
Capacity is limited. Registration is essential. Afternoon tea will be served.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Zhi Soon is an Australian of Malaysian heritage. Born in Shah Alam, his mother is from Penang and Johor while his father is from Melaka. Zhi migrated with his family from Malaysia as a child, living first in Hurstville before settling in Revesby. From working as a diplomat for the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Afghanistan to his current role with the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership, Zhi’s career has been focussed on public service.
In this session, both AMSA President Thomson Ch'ng and AAA National Convenor Erin Chew will sit down with Zhi Soon for a conversation on his career in Public Service, Australia's democracy and Asian Australian representation.
ABOUT AMSA TALK
AMSA Talk is a speaker series which features high profile local, national and international speakers from government,
business, media, arts, entertainment, culinary, not-for-profit sectors and more. It aims to inspire, inform,
educate and engage our members and the wider community in a local and national dialogue on issues, ideas and
conversations that matter for the Australian Malaysian Singaporean community.
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