Weaving Education
Through Tradition and History
SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition (SEAMEO CHAT) is
one of the 26 specialist Regional Centres
of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization.
The Centre was established on 15 December 2000.
Embracing the Past, Welcoming the Future To act as repository of the rich historical heritage and varied traditions in Southeast Asian and make available its expertise to meet challenges of the 21st century Vision Researching History and Tradition
to Build the Future
to promote cooperation in the study of history and traditions among member countries and the development of a greater identity through research, human resource development, education, and public awareness program Mission
SEAMEO CHAT “Our doors are always open for collaborations,
cooperation and partnerships to address regional agenda
for challenges in the field of history, culture and tradition
of Southeast Asia.”
Dr. Win Myat Aung Centre Director

Latest Programme & Activities

  SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition CHAT Communication in English Course (1/2022) အတွက် သင်တန်းဖွင့်လှစ်ရန် ကြေငြာခြင်း ။ SEAMEO Regional Centre for History and Tradition

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21st Governing Board Meeting

21st Governing Board Meeting (virtual) of SEAMEO CHAT was successfully done on the 14 September 2022. Which was attended by Deputy Director General, Department of

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For those who are interested in this lecture, please register and join it on time! Grab the valuable chance !!! SEAMEO Thursday Teacher Training (TTT)

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Latest News

September 21, 2022
SEAMEO CHAT is calling for papers on the topic, “Traditions of Food in Southeast Asia: In Trace of Southeast Asia’s Food Culture” . Abstract Submission Details Interested persons are cordially invited to submit a brief biography (CV) and abstract in the link below: https://forms.gle/J1pQZztKtYZXkH3C6
July 1, 2022
Weekly Activity : keeping the campus clean  

"We hope with bringing out common concept of history. We can grow closer as Southeast Asia region."