Lim Teng Leng
Mr Lim Teng Leng graduated from the National University of Singapore with majors in Statistics and Japanese Studies. Under the Scholarship Programme of the Civil Service College (CSC), he completed and obtained a Master of Public Administration from Tsinghua University in 2012.
Mr Lim has served with the National Youth Council (NYC) in 1999 and the Confucius Institute (CI) of Nanyang Technological University in 2006. As the Head of International Affairs in NYC, he was responsible for promoting cooperation between Singapore and other countries in youth and youth leader exchanges. As the Manager (Partnership Development) in CI, he was responsible for developing projects and programmes between the institute and other stakeholders in promoting Chinese language and Chinese culture.
Mr Lim joined CSC in 2007 and has served in two departments till 2017. CSC, a statutory board under the Public Service Division, builds strategic capacity in governance, leadership, public administration and management for a networked government in Singapore. In CSC International, Mr Lim was in charge of organising training programmes and studies for foreign civil servants to understand Singapore’s public sector management and governance. He has actively forged close working relationship between CSC and its Chinese counterparts.
Mr Lim served with the Institute of Governance and Policy (IGP) in CSC as the Deputy Director. IGP seeks to develop thought leadership in, as well as to enhance the understanding and to advance the practice of public policy in Singapore.
Mr Lim joined the Centre of Liveable Cities as Deputy Director of the Capability Development & Advisory team in 2017.