Days Gone By:
Growing Up in Penang
Christine Wu Ramsay
With a wit that carries the story along four generations of her family, the author demonstrates how many Chinese immigrants came to make Penang their home and develop it into the thriving and multicultural city it is today. This is a story of one of such families which weathered both British and Japanese imperialism while both accumulating and spending their wealth. Over a hundred family photographs amongst the 175 pages show us how the family chose to present themselves to the world while the the text tells us what went on behind the scenes.
Weight 0.65 Kg. Postage within Malaysia is free
Published by Areca Books, George Town, Penang, 2007
Condition: Very good Hardcover in a new dust jacket. Other than a bit of dirt on the text block, the book looks new