Li Foundation was cordially invited by the National Technology University of Singapore to an online seminar put together for their graduating cohort in the Executive Master of Public Administration and Executive Master of Managerial Economics as part of their learning journey in Singapore.
Lionel, the founder of Li Foundation, took this opportunity to share on key areas that contributed to his personal journey as an experienced venture capitalist, amateur marathoner and philanthropy leader. The following topics were shared in details accompanied with a series of photos and videos that had documented and translated a thousand words.
It was an entrancing 60 minutes for the students as they listened to Lionel tells his stories. In the subsequent 30 minutes of interactions, interesting questions were raised and informative insights were gained.
As nothing beats in-person interactions, many had expressed their hopes for a physical meet up with Lionel before their graduation in January 2022. While we look forward to that, Li Foundation would like to wish them all the very best in their future endeavors.
The Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU) is a national research university based in Singapore. It is the second oldest autonomous university in Singapore and is considered to be one of the top universities in the world.
The Executive Master of Public Administration examines best practices in public administration in Asia to enhance the skills in decision making, governance, and policy design and implementation.
The Executive Master of Managerial Economics seeks to groom leaders with an acumen in strategic thinking and managerial decision making in the context of business, government and society.
The book showcases how the participants challenged their limits and conquered the World Marathon Challenge and North Pole Marathon to inspire people to challenge their own limits and pursue their dreams boldly.
The book tells the stories behind the event which saw the largest number of people in history running 1045km round Taiwan in 19 days.