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Geographical
Description:
This Committee is responsible for the delivery of all IET activities throughout the Asia Pacific region.

The committee members of the CC-AP are:
Dr Karla Smith (New Zealand) [Chairperson of CC-AP]
Mr Thomas Yi [Senior Staff Member]
Ms Isabel Hui [Staff Member, Secretary]
Dr Derek Boardman (Australia)
Dr Matthew Teow (Malaysia)
Dr Edmund Lai (New Zealand)
Dr Tang Shi Siong (Brunei)
Mr Chia Loon Cheng (Singapore) [YP representative]
Mr David Yiu (Hong Kong) [YP representative]
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Highlights

Welcome to the IET Communities Committee - Asia Pacific (CC-AP)

Dr Karla SmithCC-AP looks after the various communities in the Asia-Pacific region.  At present we have Local Networks (LNs) in Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Sinapore, and Taipei.  But that doesn't mean we can't have more!

We hope that this online community can become a place for people from around the region to discuss topics of interest, give each other support, and become a true community.  Everyone is welcome, from the newest student member to a volunteer who has been intricately involved with the IET for 50 years.

Please introduce yourself, start a discussion topic, or join in on an existing one.  We'd love to hear from you!

If you'd like to know more about what CC-AP does, subscribe to the blog - we're aiming to do regular updates, keeping you informed of what we're doing, and what's going on in the region.

Finally, if you'd like to know more about what I do, have a look at my blog -
A Volunteer in Godzone (aka New Zealand)

Dr Karla Smith, CC-AP Chairperson
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The Communities Committee - Asia Pacific (CC-AP) has been made aware of an initiative called Energy University. This is available free to IET members, and I have attached information about it to this blog post. Please share it with anyone that you think would be interested in it.   A couple of caveats - the IET does not endorse this product, nor does it take ... read more...
Posted by Karla Smith on Communities Committee - Asia Pacific (CC-AP) Nov 29, 2016 3:47 AM GMT

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