• Stamford Raffles – Founder of Modern Singapore – S$8.50
    • Stamford Raffles – Founder of Modern Singapore – S$8.50
    • Stamford Raffles – Founder of Modern Singapore – S$8.50
    • Here, at last, is an insight into the public and private life of Raffles, a man of vision who was far ahead of his contemporaries in his thinking and entrepreneurial spirit. Learn more about the pioneering explorer, humanitarian and founding father of Singapore, in delightful comic illustrations.
  • The 1963 Operation Coldstore in Singapore: Commemorating 50 Years – S$38.00
    • The 1963 Operation Coldstore in Singapore: Commemorating 50 Years – S$38.00
    • The 1963 Operation Coldstore in Singapore: Commemorating 50 Years – S$38.00
    • Operation Coldstore remains the most contentious event in the history of postcolonial Singapore. Despite attempts by the state to silence ex-detainees, by warning that they would not be permitted to rewrite the state's official version of history, the authors in this volume have done just that. They have placed on record their own perspective of events. The autobiographical element in…
  • The Chinese Language Movement in Malaysia, 1952-1967: Language, Ethnicity and Nation-Building in a Plural Society – S$20.00
  • The Emergence and Widening of Ethnic Divide in the Malaysian Educational System – S$18.00
    • The Emergence and Widening of Ethnic Divide in the Malaysian Educational System – S$18.00
    • The Emergence and Widening of Ethnic Divide in the Malaysian Educational System – S$18.00
    • The existence of an ethnic divide is a common problem in multiethnic societies, more so when these societies are straddled with contradictions reflected in their socioeconomic and political composition and configuration. The existence of an ethnic divide in the educational sector is most unfortunate since one of the fundamental purposes of schooling in multiethnic societies is to achieve a common…
  • The Fajar Generation: The University Socialist Club and the Politics of Postwar Malaya and Singapore – S$40.00
  • The Incubus of Intervention: Conflicting Indonesia Strategies of John F. Kennedy and Allen Dulles – S$38.00
  • The May 13 Generation: The Chinese Middle Schools Student Movement and Singapore Politics in the 1950s – S$40.00
  • The memoirs of Shamsiah Fakeh: From AWAS to 10th Regiment – S$26.00
    • The memoirs of Shamsiah Fakeh: From AWAS to 10th Regiment – S$26.00
    • The memoirs of Shamsiah Fakeh: From AWAS to 10th Regiment – S$26.00
    • Shamsiah Fakeh was a leader in the independence movement among a group of Malay women who fought persistently right into the jungles of Malaya. She was the head of Angkatan Wanita Sedar (AWAS), which joined forces with Angkatan Pemuda Insaf (API) as flag bearers in the demand for independence from the British. Her collaboration with Ahmad Boestamam, the API head,…
  • The Mighty Wave – S$40.00
    • The Mighty Wave – S$40.00
    • The Mighty Wave – S$40.00
    • A major novel about the anti-colonial mass movement in Singapore in the 1950s which started with the Chinese middle school students assembling on 13 May 1954 at the pavements of Penang Road to petition the Governor for their exemption from national service. This mass gathering was forcibly broken up by the riot police. It ends with the 1959 general election,…
  • The Rising Moon: Political Change in Sarawak 1959-1972 – S$30.00
    • The Rising Moon: Political Change in Sarawak 1959-1972 – S$30.00
    • The Rising Moon: Political Change in Sarawak 1959-1972 – S$30.00
    • The Rising Moon was the first in-depth study of the beginnings of modern politics in Sarawak between 1959 and 1972. The plural society of that state offered a stark contrast to that elsewhere in Malaysia, for in Sarawak viable political parties spanned ethnic divisions, a development that had not then taken place in the other parts of the nation. Side-by-side…
  • The Sejarah Melayu Revisited – S$25.00
    • The Sejarah Melayu Revisited – S$25.00
    • The Sejarah Melayu Revisited – S$25.00
    • “In a period where no native scholars of equal repute existed, where no one possessed similar levels of extensiveness and depth in terms of understanding Malay culture and literature, it must be admitted that the Orientalist stand taken by scholars like Winstedt was unavoidable. As a matter of fact, even today one can still find Malay scholars echoing his and…
  • The Stiletto Foodie – S$16.00
    • The Stiletto Foodie – S$16.00
    • The Stiletto Foodie – S$16.00
    • The best way to know the soul of a country, a culture, an identity, its true character of a people, or, a person, is to watch what one eats, and how one eats. And may I add, with whom one eats with.Discovering myself all over again, healing and nurturing, through a becoming of `whole’ has been my own Eat, Pray,…