1 edition of Prominent Singaporeans found in the catalog.
|Contributions||National Library (Singapore). Reference Services Division.|
|LC Classifications||Z5305.S55 P76 1993, CT1573 P76 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||94941911|
Singapore has come a long way in these 49 years of independence. In spite of many growing pains and issues that have been hotly debated, even recently, we accept Singapore as home, truly. Here are 49 notable or notorious Singaporeans who . SINGAPOREAN LITERATURE Beginning as a short story writer, Penang-born Catherine Lim has been Singapore's most widely read author, thanks partly to her first two books of short stories, Little Ironies: Stories of Singapore () and Or Else, The Lightning God and Other Stories ().
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I love children’s books. Maybe it’s because I’m a teacher now. Or maybe it’s because I didn’t learn to read until age ten. But I am a huge sucker for picture books, early readers, chapter books, etc. I even got my masters in writing books for children and teenagers. But there’s one problem with me writing a list of the 20 best Author: Alison Doherty. David Seow has penned numerous books, with many set right here in Singapore. David Seow, seasoned children’s book author “Singapore doesn’t have a huge children’s book publishing scene, but it has grown significantly since I first started back in Author: Tracy Tristram.
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[National Library (Singapore). Reference Services Division.;] -- Biographical information and bibliographies of English language sources on non-European figures in Singapore history.
Prominent Singaporeans: Mister HDB By: Asad Latiff, Lee Xin Li(illus.) Publisher: Epigram Books. Prominent Singaporeans book $ Quantity Sample The Stressed Ball is a picture book inspired by the author’s personal journey. It is told through the story of a ball on a journey to find t Brand: Epigram Books.
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Singapore, a leading global city in Southeast Asia, is a global commerce, financial and transportation hub. Founded as a trading post of the East India Company in early 19th century, the nation became independent from Britain in • A historical story all Singaporean children should know • is the th anniversary of the naming of the Vanda Miss Joaquim (Singapore Post and Mint to commemorate) • Highlights Singapore history, Armenians’ important role in history and the birth of the National Flower.
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Lim Siong Guan said that the success and survival of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) cannot afford to fail because it is the ultimate guarantor of the nation’s independence and sovereignty.
The challenge for the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) and SAF is how to communicate to today’s youth the importance of a strong deterrence force to ensure. Built in through donation by prominent local businessman and philanthropist Lee Kong Chian ( – ), National Library succeeded Raffles Library (renamed as Shonan Library during the Japanese Occupation) as Singapore’s main collection centre of valuable books and reading materials.
Singapore Hainanese heritage explored in 2 new books along with prominent members. By Leong Weng Kam, The Straits Times, 28 Sep FORMER MP and clan leader Chau Sik Ting, wants to promote the research of Hainanese culture and heritage, as well as the Chinese dialect group's contributions to modern Singapore.
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Hardcover. This is a list of prominent Indians in Singapore, who have made significant contributions nationally or internationally in various list consists primarily of ethnic South Asian Singapore citizens, though it does include some ethnic South Asian Singapore permanent residents as well.
(Prominent ethnic South Asian citizens of other countries who have lived in Singapore on a short-term. For over a century, from the 18 th century to the mid th century, Chinese junk trade went through a period of rapid growth. 18 February was a day worthy of commemoration in Singapore’s history, as the first Chinese junk which sailed directly from Amoy arrived in Singapore.
The turning point for the decline of Chinese junks in Singapore trade can be traced to the Treaty of.Image: The Istana. Singapore’s second President was Dr. Benjamin Henry Sheares, an Eurasian born in in Singapore. He graduated from King Edward VII College of Medicine (now known as National University of Singapore) in with a medical degree and began his career at the General Hospital (now Singapore General Hospital.Strategic planning is crucial; Prominent Singaporeans are grappling with how their tiny city state can ensure its long-term success, writes Sue-Ann Chia PUBLISHED ON AUG BY SUE-ANN CHIA A rookie politician from the ruling People's Action Party (PAP) roused the rally audience by asking.