East Asia Research
East Asia Research (EAR), based in Singapore, fosters intellectual exchange through inclusive and representative academic conferences and books. Guided by Confucian principles, we promote respect, integrity, and community, advancing research worldwide.


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It’s not a slogan. It’s an ethos that informs our courses, our research and our direction as a university.
It means we are committed to protecting and managing our precious natural resources, to understanding and advancing our human world.
Regenerating, challenging, exploring, experimenting; finding solutions where there appeared to be none, building knowledge from the ground up. Adapting and finding resilience in an uncertain world.
Whether you study at one of our beautiful campuses or online, our small class sizes mean we know you by name. You’ll be supported every step of the way with leading student services designed to help you flourish and succeed at university.
Committee Members
Dr. Tan Jing Hee
Deputy Chairman of the Management Council, Chairman of East Asia Institute of Management Academic Board.

Dr. Ian Heazlewood
Consultant Sports Science and Exercise Science expert with Sport Science Institute
Dr Mike Climstein (FASMF, FACSM, FAAESS)
• Course Coordinator – Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, School of Health and Human Sciences, Southern Cross University
• Adjunct Associate Professor - Physical Activity, Lifestyle, Ageing and Wellbeing Faculty Research Group, The University of Sydney
Dr. Stephen Burns
Associate Professor, Physical Education & Sports Science, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
Dr. Anthony Belford
Associate Professor of Sports Performance Analysis - University of the Sunshine Coast
Head of Performance Analysis Sunshine Coast Lightning
ISPAS Accredited Scientific Level 5 Performance Analyst
Chair of MathSport Australia | Rest of World Representative | MathSport International
Dr. Stuart Evans
Lecturer, Teacher Education, Physical Education, Sport, Human Movement, La Trobe University
Dr. Hayri Ertan
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