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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Internet Malaysian Borneo

Singapore:


  • Hussin Mutalib, Singapore Malays: being ethnic minority and muslim in a Global City state (2012)

  • Leslei Layton e.a., Cultures of the World: Singapore (2012)

  • Hafiz Mirza, multinationals and the growth of the Singapore economy (2012)

  • Shamini Flint, the Singapore school of Villainy: inspector Singh investigates (2012)

  • John Withington, Britain’s 20 worst military disasters: from the Roman Conquest to the fall of Singapore (2012)

  • Moshe Safdie, the making of Marina Bay Sands (2012) – on the world ‘s most expensive hotel

  • Shahid Yusuf and Kaoru Nabeshima, some small countries do it better: rapid growth and its causes in Singapore, Ireland and Finland (2011)

  • Evan Mawdsley, December 1941: twelve days that began a world war (2011)

  • Singapore biodiversity: an encyclopaedia of the natural environment (2011)

  • Karen J renner, fun for kids in Singapore (2011)

  • Faith Mortimer, the bamboo mirror (2011)

  • George L Peet, within Changis Walls (2011)

  • Ozzy Ronny Parthalan, national symbols of Singapore (2011)

  • Steph katz, Singapore expat guide (2011)

  • Hilary Corna, one white face (2011)

  • Michael Arnold, the sacrifice of Singapore – Churchill’s biggest blunder (2011)

  • John Malathronas, Singapore swing (2011)

  • Ross Thomas, the Singapore wink (2011)

  • Sanchita Basu Das, road to recovery: Singapore’s journey through the global crisis (2011)

  • Malcolm M Murfett et all, Between two oceans, a military history of Singapore from 1275 to 1971 (2011)

  • Meira Chand, a different sky (2011) historical novel on the 1930s

  • Wan Meng Hao, heritage places of Singapore (2011)

  • Richard North, hot & wet, the unofficial expatriate guide to Singapore (2011)

  • Henry Ridley, the flora of Singapore (2011)

  • Images of Singapore (photographs) (2011)

  • F.A.C. Jock Oehlers, that’s how it goes: the way of the 90-year life journey of a Singapore Eurasian (2011) memoires of the 20th century

  • Nance Cole, while the band played Waltzing Matilda (2011) interwar novel, 2 transsexuals are coping with the colonial society

  • Marianne Rogerson, in Singapore – 60 fabulous adventures in the city (2011)

  • Max Voss Lloyd, the five Cs (Jack Blake Stories), Australian agent in Singapore [novel]

  • Stephen Leather & Richard Lord, crime scene: Singapore – the best of Singapore crime fiction (2011)

  • Adeline Loh ea, Singapore 101 must-see activities – the authoritative guide to hot spots, hidden finds and real experiences (2011)

  • Kelly Hunter, her Singapore fling (2011) sort bouquet reeks

  • Board game Singapore (2010) try to establish a trade settlement, like Raffles did in 1819 on the isle of Singapore

  • Teo Soh Lung, beyond the blue gate: recollections of a political prisoner (2010). Impressive book on the abuse of colonial law the Internal Security Act by the so called democratic republic of

  • Roopa Farooki, half life (2010), novel

  • Roxana Waterson & Wong Hong Suen, Singapore through 19th century prints and paintings (2010)

  • Sonny Yap e.a., men in white – the untold story of Singapore’s ruling political party (2010) on Lee Kuan Yew’s People’s Action Party (PAP)

  • Jasbir Singh, escape from Singapore (2010) WOII

  • Terence Lee, the media, cultural control and government in Singapore (2010). Media control by the PAP

  • Lily Zubaidah Rahim, Singapore in t he Malay world – building and breaching regional bridges (2010)

  • Ghillie Basan & Terry Tan, a taste of Singapore (2010) cooking book

  • Maida Pineda, six degrees of expatriation - real lives of expats unfolding in Singapore (2010)

  • Lisa lim e.a., English in Singapore – modernity and management (2010)

  • Discovery channel, the history of Singapore (2010)

  • Luxe Singapore city guide (2010)

  • Ursula H. Meier, second chance in Singapore (2010) novel

  • Mark Ravinder Frost, Singapore a biography (2010)

  • Gregory Byrne Bracken, a Walking tour Singapore (2010)

  • Various artists, Singapore a-go-go (2010) CD

  • A.M. Ripmeester, looking for work in Singapore (2010) 65p

  • Anisa Hassan, The it’s just lunch guide to dating in Singapore (2010)

  • Jason Toh, Singapore through 19th century photographs (2010) . foto’s van 1840 tot 1900.

  • Alan Shadrake, once a jolly hangman: Singapore Justice In The Dock (2010) sensational book that led to a conviction of the author (prison and fine)

  • The little red dot – reflections by singpoare’s diplomats (2009)

  • Fong Hoe Fang (ed) that we may dream again (2009) on the 22 ISA detainees in 1987

  • Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir e.a., Muslims in Singapore – piety, politics and policies (2009) including the 9/11 aftermath and Singapore’s changing role

  • Huang Hé“Deux Tigres Qui Courent Vite“ (2008) beautiful children’s book for learning easily serval chinese words and explanating of the chinese characters and a cd

  • Jana McBurney-Lin, my half of the sky (2008)

  • Isa Kamari, one earth (2008) tragical WOII love story

  • E Greenwoud, “Easy peasy Chinese” (2007) how to learn chinese for children, including a CD

  • Said Zahari, the long nightmare: my 17 years as a political prisoner. Part 2 of a trilogy (part 1: dark clouds at dawn: a political memoir (2001) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaLaeDN4t2U

  • J. Davison, History of Singapore (2007)

  • Hermie van Laar, a slice of Singapore (2007) – photobook of daily local life

  • Noel Barber, Sinister twilight, the fall of Singapore (1968)

  • Peter Preston, Singapore in the global system (2007)

  • Wijeysingha, Social Engineering in Singapore (2007)

  • Yao, Singapore (Asia’s transformations) (2007)

  • Aun Koh, Singapore Chic (2007)

  • Thomas Keneally, the widow and her hero (2007) – WOII non-fiction

  • Yann Arthus-Betrand, over Singapore, Singapore from the air (2007) beautiful aerial pictures from the famous french photographer

  • Chee Kiong Tong, Rationalizing religion: religious conversion, revivalism and competitonin Singapore society (2007)

  • Yoji Akashi (ed), British Malaya and Singapore during the Japanese occuptation (2007)

  • Lonely Planet Singapore, 7th edition (2006)

  • Lonely Planet, best of Singapore (2006)

  • Tan Huay Ping, “Fun with Chinese characters” (1991

  • Brenda Yeoh, Over Singapore 50 years ago (2006)

  • End of op Empire (DVD year unknown) re-creates the story of Alexander Cockburn, who as a young man spent the Second World War as a Japanese-held POW under horrific conditions in the notorious Japanese Changi prison in Singapore. Decades later, he journeys back to revisit the place of his imprisonment. He re-lives the fall of Singapore, the beginning of the end of the British Empire

  • Lonely Planet Citiescape: Singapore (2006)

  • L.Q. Pan & Richard Lord (eds), best of Singapore erotica (2006) – bestseller

  • James Eckardt, Singapore girl a memoir (2006|2011 digitaal boek)

  • Peter Neville, the rose of Singare (2006) a.k.a Awakeing of the Lion: Singapore(1999). on the emergency period (1948-1960) in Malaya en Singapore)

  • Nigel Barley, rogue raider, the tale of captain Lauterbach and the Singapore mutiny (2006) based on a true story of a German captain in WO1 and a local muslim revolt

  • Angela Milligan, Singapore - culture Smart!: a quick guide to customs and etiquette (2006)

  • Colin Smith, Singapore burning: heroism and surrender in World War II (2005). Good reader for understanding the British defeat in Malaya and Singapore in 1941/1942

  • Ee Lin See, my kiasu teenage life in Singapore (2005) – Kiasu is the concept of a very competitive life style in Singapore. Moreover, a Singaporean version of Adrian Mole

  • Stephen McCarthy, the political theory of tyranny in Singapore and Burma (2005)

  • D. Devika Bai, the flight of the swans (2005) 300 year family saga in British India and Malaya

  • J.G. Farell, the Singapore Grip (1978 – reprint in o.a. 2005) - classic

  • Dawn Mok, Singapore cityscoops – eats, buys, chills, clubs, thrills (2005) local counterpart of the Lonely Planet books. Funshopping guide

  • Ian Buruma, Bad elements (2001) – with an extended chapter on Singapore (50 pages)

  • Peter Thompson, the battle for Singapore – the true story of Britain’s greatest military disaster (2005)

  • Lonely Planet six degrees: Singapore (DVD) (2005)

  • Yoji Akashi, British Malaya and Singapore during the Japanese occupation (2005)

  • Catherine Lim, Unhurried Thoughts At My Funeral (2004) non-fiction, semi-autobiographic

  • Chris Lydgate, Lee’s law – how Singapore crushes dissent (2004)

  • Vyvyane Loh, Breaking the tongue (2004) – beautiful novel on the eve of the Japanese invasion

  • Gerrie Lim, invisible trade - High-class sex for sale in Singapore (2004)

  • Brenda Yeoh, contesting space in colonial Singapore (2003)

  • R.P.W. Havers, reassessing the Japanese Prisoner of War Experience: the Changi POW camp, Singapore 1942-5

  • Karl Hack & Kevin Blackburn, did Singapore have to fall: Churchill and the Impregnable Fortress (2003|illustrated ed 2004)

  • Chew Yen Fook and Iola Lenzi, the magic of Singapore (2003) 80 pages

  • Dave Chua, gone case (2002) teenager coming-of-age in Singapore

  • Tan Jing Quee & Jomo K.S. (ed), Comet in our sky: Lim Chin Siong in history (2002) homage on the tragical story of Singapore’s alternative for Lee Kuan Yew in the 50s and 60s

  • Talkingcock.com, the coxford singlish dictionary (2002) funny dictionary of the mixed language singlish Neil Humphrey, notes from an even smaller island (2001). Singapore through the eyes of an expat. Funny (or not….)

  • Julian Davison, one for the road – recollections of Singapore and Malaya (2001).

  • Joann Meriwether Craig, Culture Shock! Singapore (2001).

  • John & May Chu Harding, Escape from Paradise (2001).

  • Catherine Lim, following the wrong god home (2001). The Chinese fiancé of a rich Singaporean falls in love with an American professor

  • Gretchen Liu, Singapore sketchbook, the restauration of a city (2001)

  • Hwee Hwee Tan, Mammon Inc (2001)

  • Britt Bunyard, walking to Singapore (2000).

  • Lee Kuan Yew, from third world to first, the Singapore story 1965-2000 (2000).

  • Gretchen Liu, Singapore, a pictorial history 1819-2000 (1999). Exellent photo book

  • Michael Haas (ed), the Singapore puzzle (1999). An explanation of the combination of a very prosper country and the lack of democratization. Co written by victoms of the regime.

  • Hsu-Ming Teo, love and vertigo (ca. 1999). Award winner

  • The movie Rogue Trader (DVD) (1999) the story of Nick Leeson

  • Joseph Garber, in a perfect state (1999). Drugs thriller

  • Catherine Lim wrote serval short stories http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catherine_Lim

  • Lee Kuan Yew, the Singapore story - memoirs (1998).

  • Grace Loh e.a., beyond silken robes: profiles of selected Chinese entrepreneurs in Singapore (1998) – on doing business in Singapore

  • Francis T. Seow, the media enthralled - Singapore revisited (1998).

  • Paul Leppert e.a., Doing business with Singapore (1997)

  • Hwee Hwee Tan, foreign bodies (1997) novel

  • Daren V.L. Shia, heartland (ca 1997).

  • Catherine Lim, the bondmaid (1995). A chinese family in Singapore in the 50s with old rituales and habits.

  • Paul Theroux, my other life (1996). Theroux was a teacher in the 70s in Singapore

  • Patricia and Tracy Wilen, Asia for Women on Business: Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea (1995)

  • Francis T. Seow, to catch a tartar: a dissident in Lee Kuan Yews prison (1994).with an excellent forword from a former Singaporese president, D.V. Devan Nair.

  • John Sturgus Bastin, Travellers’ Siangpore: an anthology (1994). 60 short travel stories from 1919 to 1942.

  • Suchen Christine Lim, a fistful of colours (1993). On tensions between modern Singapore and traditional etnic communities

  • Fina Cheong, the scent of the Gods (1993) Singapore in the restless 60s (novel)

  • Nigel Barley, the Duke of Puddledock - in the footsteps of Stamford Raffles (1992).

  • A.P. Wolf, Vagabond (1991) novel on youth memoires in Singapore. Very good reviews on Amazon

  • James Minchin, no man is an island – a portrait of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew (1990). Critical portret of Lee Kuan Yew by an Australian priest who lived in Singapore and spoke with friends and familly of Lee Kuan Yew. Forbidden in Singapore

  • C.M. Turnbull, a history of Singapore 1819-1988 (1989).

  • Louis l’Amour, West from Singapore (1987 reissue)

  • Noel Barber, tanamera (1981). WO II family saga, broadcasted on TV in the 80s.

  • Singapore retrospect through postcards, 1900-1930 (1982) with almost 350 old post cards

  • Alex Josey, Lee Kuan Yew – the struggle for Singapore (1974)

  • Paul Theroux, saint Jack (1973). A morel novel. Een in Singapore gestrande Amerikaan raakt door zijn nevenactiviteiten in de prostitutiesfeer in een moreel dilemma. See also the 1979 movie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0079843/

  • Arthur Swinson, defeat in Malaya – the fall of Singapore (1969)

  • Paul Theroux, sinning with Annie and other stories (1972) – short stories

  • Gwenn R. Boardman, living in Singapore (1971) – a children’s book

  • James Clavell, King Rat (1962). Singapore in WO II. See also the 1965 movie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059358/

  • Masanobu Tsuji, Singapore – the japanese version (1960). Japan’s greatest victory, Britain worst defeat.

  • Janet Lim, sold for silver (1958), autobiografphical of Janet Lim’s life as a mui tsai (slave girl) around 1930

  • Charles McCormac, you’ll die in Singapore (1954). Captivated and escaped in WOII


Internet Singapore:



Brunei


  • Jilian Lauren, some girls, my life in a Harem (2010) non fiction

  • Tamro Orr, Cultures of the World: Brunei (2008)

  • Graham E. Saunders, History of Brunei (2002).

  • Mark Cleary and Shuang Yann Wong, Oil economic development and diversification in brunei Darussalam (1994)

  • Dato J. Cordingley , Brunei, the land and its people (1978)


Internet Brunei:


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