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Wong Nai Siong and the Nanyang Chinese

an anthology

by Naishang Huang

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Published by Singapore Society of Asian Studies in Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementcompiled and introduced by Yeap Chong Leng.
SeriesAsian studies monograph series ;, no. 6, Asian studies monograph series (Singapore Society of Asian Studies) ;, no. 6.
ContributionsYe, Zhongling.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2005/04392 (D)
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 123 p. ;
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4019773M
ISBN 109971990393
LC Control Number2001398316
OCLC/WorldCa48517590

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Wong Nai Siong and the Nanyang Chinese: an anthology. Singapore: Singapore Society of Asian Studies. Call no.: RSING YEA This book is divided into two, the first covers Yeap Chong Leng’s thesis of the biography of Wong Nai Siong.

Wong Nai Siong was responsible for bringing Chinese immigrants to Sibu in In SeptemberWong arrived in Singapore to work as an editor for a local newspaper. According to David W. Scott in Mission as Globalization, this was the year when Wong stopped by Sarawak while on his tour of Southeast Asia as part of visiting his daughter and.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In Chinese. Notes: "Fu Huang shi nan you yi wen"--Cover. Description: pages: illustrations. Lau Tzy Cheng, Wong Nai Siotig yu Xinfuzhou "Wong Nai Siong and Fuzhou", Singapore, Nanyang xuehui congshu di 20 ghong;p., 61 plates, I map; with a foreword in English by Gwee Yee Hean.

Lau Tzy Cheng's book is constituted by a collection of short essays (p,p. ) and appendices Author: Claudine Salmon. WONG NAI SIONG was a Methodist pastor in Fuzhou who led the Chinese to migrate from Fujian province to various territories in Nanyang.

He is particularly remembered for starting a Chinese settlement in Sarawak. Very possibly, Boon Keng wrote a letter to the second Rajah of Sarawak, Rajah Charles Brooke, to help Wong Nai Siong secure land for the.

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Wu joined Lim and Song in editing The Straits Chinese Magazine, a learned journal on cultural and social issues for the small but influential Straits Chinese community. In Singapore, Wu met Ruth Shu-chiung Huang, daughter of Wong Nai Siong, a Confucian scholar who helped Fuzhou Christians settle in Sarawak.

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With summary in English: Wong Nai Siong and New Foochow (p. Description: vi, xiii, 48, pages: illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm. Series Title: Nanyang xue hui cong shu, di 21 zhong.

Other Titles: Wong Nai Siong and New Foochow: Responsibility: Liu Zizheng bian zhu. King Howe must have been so inspired by Wong Nai Siong’s stories about the thousands of Foochow agricultural workers in Sarawak that he decided to.

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THE DOVE PERIOD V. Third Nanyang Campaign Sibu was founded inthe year John Sung was born, by Wong Nai Siong, a Methodist entrepreneur. With six hundred Christian settlers sailing in two junks from Foochow, his purpose was to provide a better livelihood to all Foochow Christians emi­grating to Southeast Asia who might choose.

This book records Mr Tan Lark Sye's remarkable contribution to the founding of Nanyang University. Mr Tan Lark Sye was born in Jimei, Fujian Province, China in and passed away in He was a leading rubber industrialist in Southeast Asia of his time.

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