3 edition of Nanyang perspective; Chinese students in multiracial Singapore found in the catalog.
Nanyang perspective; Chinese students in multiracial Singapore
Andrew William Lind
Bibliography: p. 291-292.
|Statement||[by] Andrew W. Lind.|
|Series||Asian studies at Hawaii,, no. 13|
|LC Classifications||DS3.A2 A82 no. 13, LG395.S53 A82 no. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 292 p.|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||74075816|
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A Sense of History: a select bibliography on the history of Singapore: Lind, Andrew L. Nanyang perspective: Chinese students in multiracial Singapore.
[Honolulu, HI]: University Press of Hawaii, p. [LA Lin] Low, Edna.Introduction. The Department of Chinese Studies has its origins in the Department of Chinese Studies, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences of the former University of Singapore; and the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts of the former Nanyang University.
The former was established inthe latter in When Singapore underwent decolonization after World War II, the state was under pressure to blunt the cultural distinctiveness of the Chinese residents and subdue the growth of Nanyang : Ting-Hong Wong.