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  • 1.
    by Lam Lap
    Journal of Chinese Overseas 15 (2019) : 5-22, Brill
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 2.
    Producing and reconstructing knowledge on China in Singapore: perspectives from the academics and mass media
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    Asian Ethnicity, 16.1 (2015): 8-27, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 3.
    Code-Switching in Singapore Mandarin
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    The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Discourse Analysis (2019): 553- 568, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 4.
    Saving Chinese-language education in Singapore
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    Current Issues in Language Planning,13.4 (2012): 285-304, Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 5.
    Politeness in Singapore
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    In Politeness in East Asia, Edited by D.Z.Kádár & S. Mills, (2011): 226–251, Cambridge University Press.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 6.
    Gods and/or Ancestors: Practicing Lineage in Contemporary Singapore.
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    Journal of Chinese Overseas, 10.1 (2014): 3-32, Brill.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 7.
    Handbook of religion and the asian city: Aspiration and urbanization in the twenty-first century (2015): 273-296, University of California Press.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 8.
    Gongde Merits: Salvation Rituals of the Chaozhou Charity Hall in Singapore 〈做功德:新加坡潮人善堂的救赎仪式〉
    In Journal of World Confederation of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, No.2, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2016. pp. 175-194. 《华侨华人文献学刊》(第二辑)(北京:社会科学文献出版社,2016)
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 9.
    Ravages of War: The Decline of Lim Nee-soon’s Family from the Eve of World War II and the Change of Power-structure within the Singapore Teochew Community 〈烽火的烙印—二战前后新加坡林氏家族的式微与潮社权力格局的变化〉
    In Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1 2018, pp.24-31. 《华南师范大学学报(社会科学版)》2018年第1期,页 24-31
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 10.
    Operational models of the Overseas Chinese remittance houses and guilds in the 19th-20th century Singapore 〈19-20世纪期间新加坡各帮民信局的营运与同业组织〉
    In Chen Jinghuai ed., The Research on Qiaopi, Guangzhou: Jinan University Press, 2016, pp. 16-27. 陈荆淮主编《海邦剩馥:侨批档案研究》(广州:暨南大学出版社,2016),页 16-27
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 11.
    Healing Rituals and Chinese Medicine in Teochew Charity Halls: A Case Study of Seu Teck Sean Tong in Singapore (Co-author). 〈潮人善堂鸾治与中医活动之考察:以新加坡修德善堂为例〉(合著)
    In Yam Ka Kian ed., Diversity in Unity: Studies of Chinese Religion & Culture: A Festschrift in Honour of Dr. Soo Khin Wah on His Sixtieth Birthday, Selangor: The Malaya Press Sdn. Bhd., 2017, pp. 176-202. 严家建主编《多元一体的华人宗教与文化—苏庆华博士花甲纪念论文集》(雪兰莪:马来亚文化事业有限公司,2017),页176-202
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 12.
    The History and Transformation of the Blue Cross: On Chaozhou Charitable Institutions in Singapore
    Singapore: Blue Cross Charitable Institution, 2017, 402 pp.
    [ In Chinese ]
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 13.
    The Secular in South, East, and Southeast Asia
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    Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Print.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 14.
    Chinese Religious Traditions in Singapore: Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity
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    Singapore: World Scientific, 2016. Print.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 15.
    Spirit Mediums and Secular–Religious Divides in Singapore
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    Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 16.
    Lee Kuan Yew and the Teaching of Chinese
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    Singapore: World Scientific, 2017. Print.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 17.
    Learning Mandarin in Singapore Preschools: Laying the Foundation for Multilingualism
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    De Gruyter Mouton, 2016.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 18.
    Chinese Epigraphy in Singapore, 1819-1911
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    Singapore : NUS Press ; Guilin City : Guangxi Normal University, (2017).
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 19.
    No Room to Swing a Cat? Animal Treatment and Urban Space in Singapore
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    Southeast Asian Studies, 5, no. 2 (2016): 305-329
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
  • 20.
    "Sports is Politics: Swimming (and) Pools in Postcolonial Singapore"
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    Asian Studies Review (2016), 40, 1, 17-35. United Kingdom.
    Faculty Department : Chinese Studies
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