Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 1.
    “Fu Lu Yi: You Guan 19 Shi Ji Xin Jia Po Pao Tai De Shuo Ming” (附录一: 有关19世纪新加坡炮台的说明)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 486-489, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 2.
    “Cong Xian Chang Diao Cha Dao Kang Ning Pao Tai 1823-1866 Nian” (从现场调查到康宁炮台 1823-1866 年)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 85-133 , Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 3.
    “Ying Guo Ren Wei He Dao Xin Jia Po” (英国人为何到新加坡)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 54-84, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 4.
    “Ying Guo Dong Lai Zhi Qian Dong Nan Ya De Di Ti Yu Chuan Tong Zhan Zheng: Xin Jia Po De Di Wei” (英国东来之前东南亚的地理与传统战争: 新加坡的地位)
    Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from First Settlement to Final British Withdrawal [Xin Jia Po Li Shi Yuan Mao: 1275-1971 Nian (新加坡历史原貌: 1275-1971年)], 1st Ed., Trans. Chen Xincai (陈新才) and Zhang Qingjiang (张清江), Singapore: 亚太图书, 2011, 1-53, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 5.
    Archaeological Research on the "Forbidden Hill" of Singapore, 1985, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 6.
    Early Singapore 1300s-1819: Evidence in Maps, Text and Artefacts, Ed. J.N. Miksic, Singapore: Singapore History Museum, 2004, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 7.
    “The Fort Canning Project and Cultural Resource Management in Singapore”
    Bulletin Cagar Budaya, 1.1 (1999): 11-14, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 8.
    “The Distribution of Imported Wares in Singapore, 14th to 16th Centuries”
    Journal of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, 26.1 (2006): 147-153, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 9.
    “Singapore’s Material Heritage: What Has Been Saved?”
    SPAFA Workshop on Cultural Resource Management, presented at National University of Singapore, Singapore, 22-27 May 1995
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 10.
    “Singapore’s Contribution to the Study of Chinese Ceramic Trade in Southeast Asia”
    Symposium on Chinese Ceramic Trade in Southeast Asia, presented at NLB, Singapore, 1-7
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 11.
    “Singapore the Encyclopedia”
    Singapore the Encyclopedia, Singapores: Editions Didier Millet, 2006, 36-37, 59-60, 63-64, 76, 160, 257-258, 277, 313, 319, etc, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 12.
    “Singapore Archaeology and its Relevance to Secondary School Pupils”
    The History Teacher, 5 (1990): 15-16, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 13.
    “Seventeenth or Eighteenth Century Burnese Ceramics Found in Sumattra and Singapore”
    Conference on Glazed of South East Asia, presented 20 Sep 1999
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 14.
    “Recently Discovered Chinese Green Glazed Wares of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries in Singapore and Riau Islands”
    New Light on Chinese Yue and Longquan Wares, Ed. C. Ho, Vol. 110, Centre for Asian Studies Occasional Papers and Monographs, Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong, 1994, 229-250, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 15.
    “Recnt Archaelogical Excavations in Singapore: A Comparison of Three Fourteenth-Century Sites”
    16th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, presented at Malacca, Malaysia, 20 Jun 1998
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 16.
    “Recnt Archaelogical Excavations in Singapore: A Comparison of Three Fourteenth-Century Sites”
    Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Eds. P. Bellwood et al., Canberra/Australia: Australian National University, 2000, 56-61, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 17.
    “Preliminary Excavation at Fort Canning, Singapore”
    SPAFA Digest, (1985): Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 18.
    “Preliminary Excavation at Fort Canning, Singapore”
    Final Report: Consultative Workshop on Research on Maritime Shipping and Trade Networks in Southeast Asia, 1985, 161-169, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 19.
    “New Evidence for Internal Settlement Patterning in 14th-Century Singapore”
    10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, presented at British Museum, London, UK, 14-17 Sep 2004
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
  • 20.
    “New Evidence for Internal Settlement Patterning in 14th-Century Singapore”
    Uncovering Southeast Asia's Past: Selected Papers from the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Eds. E. Bacus, I.C. et al., Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2006, 335-346, Print
    Faculty Department : Southeast Asian Studies
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