Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Journal
Volume 82 Part 2 2009
This issue is devoted entirely to Penang with a focus on the Peranakan community Articles included - Introduction: Peranakan Chinese in Penang and the region: Evolving Identities and Networks by Loh Wei Leng; Print and Colonial Port Cultures of the Indian Ocean Littoral: Penang and Rangoon by Su Lin Lewis; Penang as Commercial Centre: Trade and Shipping Networks by Loh Wei Leng; The Chiangchew Hokkiens, the True Pioneers in the Nanyang
by Russell Jones; Regional Links: Yangon, Penang and Singapore by Daw Win and Loh Wei Leng; Hokkien Chinese on the Phuket Mining Frontier: The Penang Connection and the Emergence of the Phuket Baba Community
by Khoo Salma Nasution; The Chinese Commercial Elite of Medan, 1890-1942: The Penang Connection by Dirk A. Buiskool; The Peranakan Chinese Literature in Penang and the Region: with an Emphasis on Anglophone Penang Peranakan Writing by Neil Khor Jin Keong;Nyonya Needlework from Penang by Hwei-Fen Cheah; Peranakan Street Culture in Penang: towards Revitalization by Tan Sooi Beng; The Peranakan Associations of Malaysia and Singapore: History and Current Scenario by Lee Su Kim; A Survey of the Literature on Chinese Peranakans and the Case for a Regional Resource Centre by Ch'ng Kim See;. New Paperback 221 pages.
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Published by Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Kuala Lumpur, 2009, First edition