Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

Please search below from our database of more than 8,000 Singapore-related publications. Updates with abstracts and additions of new publications are ongoing. To search more effectively, please use the MLA or APA citation style which uses the author’s last name and initials.

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  • 461.
    “A Quantitative Study of Chinese Newspapers and Periodicals in Singapore, 1945-1959″
    Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 3 (1982): 3-34, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 462.
    “A Fifth Tone in the Mandarin Spoken in Singapore”
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    Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 11.1 (1983): 92-119, Print
    Faculty Department :
  • 463.
    “A Fifth Tone in the Mandarin Spoken in Singapore”
    Asian Studies Association of Australia, Fourth Biennial Conference, presented at Melbourne, Australia, 1 Jan 1982
    Faculty Department :
  • 464.
    “A Brief History of Chinese Literature in Singapore and Malaya (1919-1942)”
    Collected Essays on Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia, Malaysia: The Federation of Alumni Associations of Taiwan Universites, Malaysia, 1984, 327-364, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 465.
    “A Chinese Revolutionist or a Pioneer of Singapore? A Re-examination of Lim Nee Soon’s Legacy”
    The 8th International Conference on Chaozhou Studies, presented at Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China, 6-9 Nov 2009
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 466.
    “A Chinese Writer’s Vision of Modern Singapore: A Study of Lao She’s Novel Little P’o’s Birthday”
    Tamkang review, 10.3&4 (1980): 535-546, Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 467.
    “A Complete and Chronological List of Literary Articles Published by Yu Dafu in Singapore, Malaya and Indonesia (1939-1945) – With an Introductory Note”
    Xinwenxue Shiliao, 3 (1985): 28-31, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 468.
    “”Wak Hai Cheng” Temple and the Belief of “Ma Zhou” in the Singapore Teochew Community: A Comparison with “Shangtang” Belief”
    Marine Culture: Anthology of the 2006 International Conference on Maritime Culture, Ed. Z. Chen, Kaohsiung: National Kaohsiung Marine University, 2007, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 469.
    “(Re)defining Chinese: The Making of a New Immigrant Chinese Literature in Singapore”
    5th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas, presented at Elsinore, Denmark, 10-14 May 2004
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 470.
    “A Bibliographical Guide to Qiu Feng-Jia’s Poems, Essays and Relevant Materials Published in Singapore and Malayan Chinese Newspapers, 1898-1901″
    Essays on Chinese Communities in Singapore and Malaysia, Ed. E.C. Tan, Singapore: Island Society, 1990, 132-148, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 471.
    “”Religious Knowledge” and Moral Education: A Case Study in 1980s Singapore”
    Journal of the South Seas Society, 61 (2007): 13-24, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 472.
    “”Wak Hai Cheng” Temple and the Belief of “Ma Zhou” in the Singapore Teochew Community: A Comparison with “Shangtang” Belief”
    International Conference on Marine Culture, presented at National Kaohsuing Marine University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, 19-20 Oct 2006
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 473.
    ‘Mobile Learning – Podcasting for Chinese Language Learning”
    The 6th International Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching, Ed. D.B. Xu, Colombus, Ohio: National East Asian Language Resource Centre, 2010, 26-34, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department :
  • 474.
    “‘Huiguan 21′ to Look into Past, Present and Future of Chinese Clan Associations in Singapore”
    Asian Culture Quarterly, 27.1 (1999): 35-46, Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
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