The Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia Association (SIAMA) is the undergraduate student organization at Harvard that aims to represent the unique cultures of these three countries of similar heritage on campus. It also serves to promote an understanding of our cultures within the wider University community and helps to network Singaporean, Indonesian and Malaysian undergraduates at the University. The organization was founded in the late 1980s and currently has an active membership of around 25 undergraduates. Membership in the organization is open to all students in good standing currently enrolled at Harvard College. Membership is not required to participate in our activities. These activities include socials, cultural movie screenings, regular cook-outs, trips in and around boston and cultural performances.
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