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Fri 16 Apr 2004

ADEX 2004

Category : events

I was at ADEX 2004 for a seminar and it was reassuring to see, besides some familiar faces, other relatively new faces in the audience. They had to be interested enough to find the time to attend the weekday seminar and pay the $15 entry fee unusual in nature circles. And a few were university students.

Debby Ng is keeping tabs on the experience with her Pulau Hantu blog and is finding it an excellent place to meet other interested individuals in local marine conservation as well. The exhibition will run until Sunday.

Clockwise from top-left: 1. Recruitment for Chek Jawa guides. 2. Debby Ng (Pulau Hantu blog) and Sutari Supari. 3. Karenne & Eugene; Karenne Tun was formerly from NUS Reef Ecology (see Coral Reefs of Singapore). She is now with the World Fish Centre. 4. Nature Society (Singapore)'s Marine Conservation Group booth. 5. Victor Wu, WildAid. 6. N. Sivasothi, NUS Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research. 7. WildAid SharkFin exhibition. 8. Leong Kwok Peng, Chairman, Nature Society (Singapore)'s Marine Conservation Group.

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