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‘LIVING BUDDHA’
This article uses Chinese-language newspapers and other sources to create a comprehensive view of how the Chinese-speaking community in Singapore perceived David Marshall and his government. It drawsExpand
Singapore. A slow ride into the past: The Chinese trishaw industry in Singapore, 1942–1983. By Jason Lim. Clayton, Victoria: Monash University Publishing, 2013. Pp. 163. Plates, Notes, Bibliography,
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  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
  • 10 January 2014
A slow ride into the past: The Chinese trishaw industry in Singapore, 1942-1983 By JASON LIM Clayton, Victoria: Monash University Publishing, 2013. Pp. 163. Plates, Notes, Bibliography, Index. doi:Expand
The Malayan vision of Lim Chin Siong: unity, non-violence, and popular sovereignty
ABSTRACT Lim Chin Siong was the undisputed political leader of the anticolonial and Malayan left-wing in Singapore until his detention without trial in 1963 ended his political career. That he had aExpand
Looking Back to the Future
Prof James Warren is one of the giants of the field of Singapore history, but he doesn’t receive as much attention from the non-academic world as he should because he works on subaltern history,Expand
Independence: The Further Stage of Colonialism in Singapore
Current scholarship on governance in Singapore seeking to explain the People’s Action Party (PAP)’s dominance, authoritarianism, and its bureaucratic state, has focused on post-separation Singapore,Expand