• 8 Immortals – Miracle Makers – S$7.50
    • 8 Immortals – Miracle Makers – S$7.50
    • 8 Immortals – Miracle Makers – S$7.50
    • The term "Eight Immortals" is used figuratively for happiness. The stories in this book show how the Eight Immortals brought happiness to the common folk through their miracles and good deeds. Read about the miracles performed by the Eight Immortals to dispel demons and punish the wicked. Tales of how Empress Wu Zetian tried to pray for longevity and how…
  • 8 Immortals – Uproar in the Celestial Palace – S$7.50
    • 8 Immortals – Uproar in the Celestial Palace – S$7.50
    • 8 Immortals – Uproar in the Celestial Palace – S$7.50
    • While the first book The Eight Immortals Cross The Sea recounts how eight ordinary people in ancient China attain immortality through selfless actions and good deeds, this instalment continues their adventures as immortals — helping and saving ordinary people on earth. The last story in the book Uproar in the Celestial Palace depicts their encounters with the weather deities, with…
  • 8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility: How to Lead and Inspire in the Real World – S$36.00
    • 8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility: How to Lead and Inspire in the Real World – S$36.00
    • 8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility: How to Lead and Inspire in the Real World – S$36.00
    • Rated 5 Stars by Readers' Favorite. “To be successful, you need to be agile.” You may have heard this oft-repeated adage. Agility is a much-talked-about, crucial quality expected of leaders. But how does a leader become agile? How can a leader lead effectively in an often volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment? Are there ‘signposts’ to follow? If these questions…
  • 90 Years in Singapore – S$20.00
    • 90 Years in Singapore – S$20.00
    • 90 Years in Singapore – S$20.00
    • Recommended as a supplemental text for courses in Singapore Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, Overseas Chinese, history, anthropology, women's studies, literature.
  • A Collection of Writings – S$7.00
    • A Collection of Writings – S$7.00
    • A Collection of Writings – S$7.00
    • The aim of writing this Christian book is to have what is written shared so as to encourage, comfort, support, give hope, lift up and bless God’s people. It is also my hope that those who read this book will take time to reflect on their lives, take steps to heed God’s Word, be transformed, hence giving glory to God.…
  • A Dream of Red Mansions – S$8.50
    • A Dream of Red Mansions – S$8.50
    • A Dream of Red Mansions – S$8.50
    • One of the Four Main Classical Novels of China, A Dream of Red Mansions is the only novel to address the role of women in China’s history. This tragic romance is brought to life with the delicate penstrokes of local artist Seraphina Lum, in her debut graphic novel.
  • Action Research in Action – S$7.00 Action Research in Action – S$7.00
    • Action Research in Action – S$7.00 Action Research in Action – S$7.00
    • Action Research in Action – S$7.00
    • This book helps teachers to consider ways and means of conducting action research. It highlights several case studies from second language classrooms across Asia. While not prescribing any one way to carry out an action research project, this book demonstrates how action research can aid language teachers in finding solutions to many of the common problems faced in their classrooms.…
  • Asian Civilizations – Ancient to 1800 AD – S$9.50
    • Asian Civilizations – Ancient to 1800 AD – S$9.50
    • Asian Civilizations – Ancient to 1800 AD – S$9.50
    • This book features the empires and civilizations that sprang out of the five regions of Asia – West Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Central Asia and Southeast Asia. Let’s take a journey through time and space to the five Asian regions and discover the great conquerors of the ancient land. Explore how these civilizations have influenced the world we live…
  • Autobiography of Horse – S$15.00
    • Autobiography of Horse – S$15.00
    • Autobiography of Horse – S$15.00
    • Synopsis and keynote: A Paris Review Staff Pick, April 2019. The co-winner of the inaugural Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize. A frenetic tour of a splayed self writing through an equine obsession. I became obsessed. I swallowed myself whole and turned into a knot. I couldn’t undo myself, so I crawled inside a horse. Inside the horse I hardened, and…
  • Battle at the Red Cliff – S$7.50
    • Battle at the Red Cliff – S$7.50
    • Battle at the Red Cliff – S$7.50
    • In this fourth volume, you'll find out how the brave Zhao Yun (Zilong) rescued Liu Bei's son, how the godlike Zhuge Liang put his brilliance to good use by provoking Zhou Yu to fight against Cao Cao and his strategy of borrowing Cao Cao's arrows for Zhou Yu. And you'll be enthralled by the great fire attack at the Red…
  • Best Chinese Jokes – S$6.50
    • Best Chinese Jokes – S$6.50
    • Best Chinese Jokes – S$6.50
    • With more than 60 stories, Best Chinese Jokes promises a generous serving of wit and humour, which has been enjoyed and loved by all. Containing glimpses of life in ancient China, the jokes have been passed down the generations to be told and retold, entertaining both the young and the old.
  • Best Chinese Myths – S$6.50
    • Best Chinese Myths – S$6.50
    • Best Chinese Myths – S$6.50
    • Heroes abound in the land of Chinese myths. Generations have been enthralled and inspired by characters of yesteryears, drawing upon their wisdom and virtues for motivation and guidance. The enduring quality of these myths has been proven with the passage of time.