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Books keeping Nantah legacy alive Leong Weng Kam By Senior Correspondent PASSING ON A LEGACY "Nantah was a significant educational and cultural centre m South-east Asia m the 25 years that it existed. Many graduates like myself, have chosen to remember Nantah by writing about it to pass on the

Waking up the old spirit in new Nantah NEO HUI MIN Hi Marking the start of Nantah's first academic year on March 15, 1956, founder and philanthropist Tan Lark Sye (m dark suit) helps to raise the flag. Almost 50 years on, NTU aims to revive the old Nantah spirit.

NTU set to drop that middle T Jane lee ?a Factions m its afumni have finally set aside their differences and thrown their lot behind the name change; target date is 2005 THEY'RE all agreed: Let's drop the T from NTU. The different factions m the Nanyang Technological University alumni,

NTU will be full university in 2 years JANE LEE StJ Nantah name may return THE NaayMf Ttdwultiicil Univtrsrt y (NTU) May become NMyMfUthrmityatain m 2005, said president Su Guanifi*. Ht Mtted that that would be a* opportune Him to drop the "tech— lofical" t«f as the varsity would become

'I' m trying to light fires and tend them' University milestones January 1953: Rubber tycoon Tan Lark Sye (right) proposes the setting up of a local Chinese university. February 1953: The name, Nanyang University (Nantah), is adopted to honour the early immigrants from China who had arrived in the South

The Straits Times 29 April 2013 PHOTO: COURTESY OF TAN CHIN HWEE Microfilm Reel NL32564

The boy who couldn’t go to school ...went on to marry the girl who worked at the bookshop. Together, they raised three children who went on to win nine scholarships and grants for their higher education. Today, one is a fund manager, one a musician and one an artist. A

The Straits Times 29 April 2013 PHOTO: COURTESY OF TAN CHIN HWEE Microfilm Reel NL32564

The boy who couldn’t go to school ...went on to marry the girl who worked at the bookshop. Together, they raised three children who went on to win nine scholarships and grants for their higher education. Today, one is a fund manager, one a musician and one an artist. A