This week’s bookshelf takes a look at new releases on the history of China’s relationship with and Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia.
This week we take a look at social issues in Singapore in with a number of new releases from World Scientific Publishing.
Our bookshelf takes a look at diversity in Singapore as part of a series on Singapore’s 50 years of nation-building by World Scientific.
Forum topics on this day will focus on the Singapore’s trade-off of democracy for development and stability.
Watch a timelapse video from TriPeaksImagery that shows the lights of Singapore.
Listen to a Singapore multi-ethnic sextet that blends emotional lyricism with layered guitar melodies, soaring hooks, and distinctive, ethereal vocals.
Listen to a popular SXSW band that uses four-part harmonies and no lead singer. They are a CSEAS music program fave!
Our series spotlighting 2015 ICAS Prize winners continues with a spotlight on their Book Prize for Humanities.
iNCH is a Singapore singer-songwriter who blends acoustic folk with alternative rock, electronic music, jazz and pop.
This week our bookshelf spotlights 2015 International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) Book Prize winners in the Social Sciences.