Southeast Asia: Thomas Davis & Brian Galligan (eds), human rights in Asia (2011) Dawn Farnham, the hills of Singapore – a landscape of loss, longing and love (2011)




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Books on Malaysia and Singapore


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Southeast Asia:


  • Thomas Davis & Brian Galligan (eds), human rights in Asia (2011)
  • Dawn Farnham, the hills of Singapore – a landscape of loss, longing and love (2011)


  • Donald J. Young, final hours in the pacific (2011) – on the Japanese defeat 1941-1942
  • Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey – 150 new recipes evoking the flavours of the Far East (2009) – on TV shown by BBC2 2009


  • Peter Borschberg, the Singapore and Melaka straits – violence, security and diplomacy in the 17th century (2010)

  • P.L. Pham, ending east of Suez – the British decision to withdraw from Malaysia and Singapore 1964-1968 (2010).By 1964 the British presence in Malaysia/Singapore was the most expensive and biggest in the world, but within 4 years, it’s role east of the Suez was diminished to almost zero.
  • Kishore Mabhubani, New Asian hemisphere, the irrestistible shift of global power to the east (2008). Applauded in Asia, critisized in Europe and the US

  • Maya Khemlani David e.a., Language, identities and education in Asia: Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (2007)


  • K.S. Sandhu & A Mani (eds), Indian communities in Southeast Asia (2006)
  • Derek Tait, Sampans, banyans and rambutans – a childhood in Singapore and Malaya (2006) mid 50s


  • Stefan Eklof Amirell, pirates in paradise: a modern history of Southeast Asia’s maritime marauders (2006) piracy in the straits of Malacca

  • Christopher Bayly & Tim Harper, Forgotten armies, the fall of British Asia 1941-1945 (2005) –the effect of the Japanese attack of nationalist feelings of local Asian societies

  • Thomas de Angelo, Infinity and the South China Sea (Fourteen Stories) (2004)

  • Richard Nisbett, the geography of thought: how Asians and Westerners think differently…. And why (2004)

  • Peter Carey, my life as a fake (2003). novel.

  • G.W.H. Davison and Chew Yen Fook, A photographic guide to birds of peninsular Malaysia and Singapore (2003)

  • James Fahn, A land on fire: the environmental consequences of the Southeast Asian Boom (2003) – with examples of Thailand

  • Kishore Mahbubani, can Asians think? Understanding the divide between East and West (2002).

  • Ann M. Sabath, international business etiquette: Asia [print on demand] (2002)

  • Amitrav Ghosh, the glass palace (2000). Novel, a 100+ years of history in the region van India till Malaysia.

  • Dean Foster, the global etiquette guide to Asia (2000)

  • Jonathan Rigg, more than the soil - Rural southeast Asia (2000). scientific

  • Victor Mallet, trouble with tigers, HarperCollins (2000). On the Asia crisis of 1998

  • Tiziano Terzani,: a fortune teller told me – earthbound travels in the far east (2002).

  • Louise Williams, Wives, mistresses and matriarchs: Asian Women today (1998)

  • Sanjyot P. Dunung, doing business in Asia: the complete guide (2nd ed) (1998)

  • Christopher Patten, East and West (1998). One chapter on Asian Values. In the 90s a popular concept to explain Southeast Asian economic success.

  • Ian Buruma, the Missionary and the Libertine, (1996) mostly on Japan, but one chapter on Singapore

  • V.S. Naipaul, Beyond Belief – islamic excursions among the converted people (1997). A sequel to ‘among the believers: an islamic journey (1979). Both with a large chapter on Malaysia .

  • Jonathan Rigg, Southeast Asia – the human landscape of modernization and development (1997). scientific

  • J.M. Gullick (ed), adventures and encounters: Europeans in South-East Asia (1996)

  • J. Naisbitt, Megatrends Asia. The eight asian megatrends that are changing the world.(1996). Asia optimism before the Asian crisis of 1998.

  • Chin-Ning Chu, Thick face, black heart: the Asian path to thriving, winning & succeeding (1995)

  • Stan Sesser, Lands of charm and cruelty: travels in Southeast Asia (1994) Not a typical travel book, this work goes to the heart of Southeast Asian politics, i.e. Burma, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, and Borneo.

  • Chin-ning Chu, the Asian mind game (1991) unlocking the hidden agenda of the Asian business culture – a westerner’s survival manual

  • Ian Buruma, God’s dust – a modern Asian journey (1989). Buruma travelled through Asia and one of the 5 chapters of this erudite book is on Malaysia and Singapore.

  • Andrew Eames, crossing the shadow line (1986). A young englishman on his travels in Southeast Asia.

  • Charles Allen (ed), tales from the South China seas – images of the British in Southeast Asia in the twenthieth century (1983). Memoires of the last British colonists. Raj attitude with every day pathos. Real oral history.

  • V.S. Naipaul, among the believers, (1981) a must readl.

  • G. MacBeth, the Katana (1981) WO II thriller based on the war diaries of John Beeby

  • C. Mary Turnbull, a short history of Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (1980)

  • Syed Hussein Alatas: the myth of the lazy native (1977). Study on the image of Malays, Filipino’s en Javaneze from the 16th to the 20th century and the function of that concept in the ideology of colonial capitalism

  • Paul Theroux, the great railway bazaar (1975). Travelling by train in Asia, with a stopover in Kuala Lumpur Treinreis door Azië, met een stop in Kuala Lumpur.

  • Joseph Conrad, Youth (1902) growing up in the Far East.


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