Creative Work Database

Listing of creative work related to Singapore.

Our new Creative Work database is a repository for literary and dramatic works related to Singapore which are written by FASS Faculty and Students, past and present. The contents of this work-in-progress call on the theories and techniques taught and researched at FASS. Some of the creative work links to a sample of the original text. Research is also ongoing and the database will grow as we continue to update it. Items with the symbol “i” indicate that an abstract is available.

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  • 61.
    “Guo Ma Lu” [过马路], Wei Si Wen Shu [伪斯文书], Singapore: 新加坡青年书局, 2007, 27-8, Print.
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    Languages: Chinese
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Essay
  • 62.
    “Menanti Fajar”, Orang Luar, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka, 1991, 127-41, Print.
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    Languages: Malay
    Departments: Malay Studies
    Categories: Short Story
  • 63.
    “Changi”, Focus, 5 (1971): 16, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
  • 64.
    “Bunkers”, Women Without Men, Singapore, K. L.: Times Books International, 2000, 89, Print.
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    Languages: English
    Departments: English Language and Literature
    Categories: Poetry
  • 65.
    “Feng He Yi Duan Ji Yi” (缝合一段记忆), Room for Thirty-Three [San Shi San Jian (三十三间)], Singapore: Global Publishing (八方文化创作室), 2004, 138-41, Print.
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    Languages: Chinese
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 66.
    “Zui Hou De Niu Che Shui” (最后的牛车水), The Last Years of Kreta Ayer [Zui Hou De Niu Che Shui (最后的牛车水)], Singapore: 冠和制作, 1988, 14-9, Print.
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    Languages: Chinese
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Essay
  • 67.
    “Di Tie Lu Cheng” (地铁旅程), Shi Shi (嗜诗), Singapore: 云南园雅舍, 1996, 139-50, Print.
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    Languages: Chinese
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 68.
    Orang-Orang Sunyi, The Literary Centre, National Arts Council, SMRT, Moving Words 2011.
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    Languages: Malay
    Departments: Malay Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 69.
    “Finally I Write This Poem”, Trans. Shaharuddin Maaruf, Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, 31 (2000): 58-9, Print.
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    Languages: Malay, English
    Departments: Malay Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 70.
    “Guan Yu Wu Yi Bang De Qi Yuan” [关于乌衣帮的起源], Yue Shi Yi Zhan Chuan Tong De Deng [月是一盏传统的灯], Singapore: 七洋出版社, 1992, 66-7, Print.
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    Languages: Chinese
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 71.
    “Zai Pa Qi Lai” (再爬起来), Lianhe Zabao (联合早报) 23 Sep 2006, Xianzai (现在): 2, Print
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    Languages: Chinese
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Essay
  • 72.
    “Morning Sun on the Sky of Jalan Eunos” (Matahari Pagi Di Langit Jalan Eunos), Trans. Sharifah Maznah Syed Omar, Memories and Desires: A Poetic History of Singapore, Ed. R. B. H. Goh, Singapore: Unipress, 1998, 206-9, Print.
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    by Asmin
    Languages: Malay, English
    Departments: Malay Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 73.
    “Geylang Serai” (Geylang Serai), Trans. Shaharuddin Maaruf, Journeys: Words, Home and Nation: Anthology of Singapore Poetry (1984-1995), Eds. E. Thumboo et al., Singapore: Unipress, 1995, 362-3, Print.
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    Languages: Malay, English
    Departments: Malay Studies
    Categories: Poetry
  • 74.
    “Merlion” [Yu Wei Shi 鱼尾狮], Trans. C.L. Ho, Journeys: Words, Home and Nation: Anthology of Singapore Poetry (1984-1995), Eds. E. Thumboo et al., Singapore: UniPress, 1995, 225, Print.
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    Languages: Chinese, English
    Departments: Chinese Studies
    Categories: Poetry
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