Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 121.
    Singa: Literature & The Arts in SIngapore, Ed. Y.W. Wong, et al., 25 (1992), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 122.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. B.S. Koh, et al., 24 (1992), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies and Malay Studies
  • 123.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. Y.W. Wong, et al., 22&23 (1991), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 124.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. K Singh, et al., 19 (1989), Print
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    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. K Singh, et al., 19 (1989), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 125.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. K. Singh, et al., 17 (1988), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 126.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. Y.W. Wong, et al., 16 (1988), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 127.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. Y.W. Wong, et al., 15 (1988), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 128.
    Singa: Literature and the Arts in Singapore, Ed. Y.W. Wong, et al., 14 (1987), Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 129.
    Singa, Ed. Y.W. Wong, 30 (2000), Print
    [ In English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 130.
    Singa, Ed. Y.W. Wong, 28&29 (1999), Print
    [ In English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 131.
    The Anthology of ASEAN Literatures: The Fiction of Singapore, Ed. E. Thumboo, et al., 3, Singapore: The ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information, 1990, Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies, English Language and Literature and Malay Studies
  • 132.
    English in New Cultural Contexts: Reflection from Singapore, Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1998, Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 133.
    The Anthology of ASEAN Literatures: The Fiction of Singapore, Ed. E. Thumboo, et al., 2a, Singapore: The ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information, 1990, Print
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies, English Language and Literature and Malay Studies
  • 134.
    “The Relative Clause in Colloquial Singapore English”
    World Englishes, 17.2 (1998): 127-138, Print
    Faculty Department : English Language and Literature
  • 135.
    “The Retrospect and Prospect of the Studies of Singaporean and Malayan Chinese Literature”
    International Conference on Malayan Chinese Literature, presented at Federal Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 28 Nov - 1 Dec 1997
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 136.
    “The Return of Hong Kong and Its Social Impact on Singapore”
    Public Talk on the Handover of Hong Kong Organised by the National Library Board, presented 29 Jun 1997
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 137.
    “The Reaction of Chinese Drama Circle of Singapore and Malaya to the Macro-Polo Bridge Incident (July-December 1937)”
    Asian Culture, 20 (1996): 67-87, Print
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 138.
    “The Pragmatics of Discourses Marker ‘Then’ in Colloquial Singapore Mandarin”
    9th International Pragmatic Conference, presented at Riva del Garda Congressi, Riva del Garda, Italy, 1 Jul 2005
    Faculty Department :
  • 139.
    “The Post-Colonial Chinese Poetry of Singapore and Malaysia”
    International Conference on Modern Chinese Poetry of the World, presented 22-25 Mar 2000
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 140.
    “The Post-Colonial Culture of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore as Seen by Their Political Totems”
    The 2nd International Conference of Asian Scholars on Modern Chinese Literatures, presented at Korean University, Korean, North Korea, 11 Nov 2004
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
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