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  • 新嘉坡と馬来半島

    新嘉坡と馬来半島  (Shingapōru to Marai hantō) is published in 1941 in Tokyo. Written in Japanese, it outlines the Japanese’s perspective on pre-war Singapore and the Malay Peninsula. The title, translated into English means “Singapore and the Malay Peninsula”. The book provides a general description, of the history, geography, administration and population, of Singapore and the Malay Peninsula. […]

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  • Twentieth Century Impressions of British Malaya: Its history, people, commerce, industries and resources

    Twentieth Century Impressions was a series of travel, political and social reference books published by Lloyds Greater Britain Publishing Company between 1901 and 1914. The full series comprises 14 volumes. Each volume is dedicated to a country or region where British power held sway, with the exception of Siam. The titles were typically styled as […]

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  • One Hundred Years’ History of the Chinese in Singapore

    One Hundred Years’ History of the Chinese in Singapore is a 600-page classic that chronicles the contributions of the Chinese community, and the development, progress and prosperity of Singapore between 1819 to 1919. The book is a compilation of anecdotes centred on the movers and shakers who had contributed to the social, economic, political, educational […]

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  • Lat Pau (叻報)

    Lat Pau (叻報) was the first Chinese daily in the Nanyang region (Southeast Asia). It began circulation in 1881 and ran for 52 years before it finally ceased publication in 1932, making it the longest running Chinese daily in pre-war Singapore. Lat Pau derived its name from the Hokkien and Cantonese pronunciation for “selat” which means […]

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  • Everyday Life

    NUS Libraries is pleased to launch an interactive exhibit website Everyday Life featuring artwork by Dr. Ho Chee Lick. The website exhibits 85 sketches of public spaces in Singapore between 2014 and 2017, digitised by NUS Libraries and presented in two series: Everyday Life, comprising 16 sets of 4 pieces depicting scenes of common life […]

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  • Delve Into the Minds of Local Luminaries

    NUS Libraries supports open access. Through ScholarBank@NUS, our Institutional Repository, researchers globally are able to access full-text to a range of publications, theses, datasets, etc. to create new knowledge for impacting the future. As the International Open Access week approaches, let us celebrate how openness can accelerate scientific discovery and better the world. Contact us […]