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					                                            About the Bibliography

This selected Bibliography on “Peranakan” was compiled by Ms Ho Swee Ann. There are 315 titles currently
and it will be updated in the next two months. These entries represent records of books, journal articles,
dissertations, microform and audio-visuals.
“Peranakan” in this selected bibliography include the Baba, Nyonya, Jawi Peranakan, Chitty Peranakan,
Tionghua Peranakan, and Straits Chinese in Southeast Asia, who embrace the Peranakan culture. These records
are arranged according to subjects such as culture, customs, social life, economic and social conditions, race
relations, religion, ethnicity etc. Call numbers are given for material found in the ISEAS Library, and “(NUS)”
is indicated for materials not found in ISEAS but available in NUS Libraries.
The records were sourced from Library databases of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), National
University of Singapore (NUS), National Library of Singapore (NLB), Nanyang Technological University
(NTU), University of Malaya (UM), Science University Malaysia (USM), National University of Malaysia
(UKM), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), National Library of Malaysia (PNM), Universitas Indonesia,
National Library of Indonesia (PNRI), Southeast Asia Studies Index (SASI) and Bibliography of Asian Studies
(BAS).

Ms Muthamilselvi designed and formatted the cover page.

The Bibliography is the 28th in the ISEAS Library Bibliography Series, since it resumed the compilation of
bibliographies in 1993.

ISEAS Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data

    Peranakan : a bibliography : a select list / compiled by ISEAS Library.
    (ISEAS Library bibliography series ; 30)
        1. Peranakan—Southeast Asia—Bibliography.
        I. Series
    Z7164                 2011




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Peranakan: a bibliography

       ~ a select list ~




ISEAS Library bibliography series, No. 30




                  ISEAS Library
       Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
                     Singapore
                        2011


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                                   Table of Content

A.   Accoutrements & Handicraft:                      5

            Beadwork & Jewellery
            Costume & Embroidery

B.   Antiques & Household Items:                      6

            Ceramic/Porcelain/Silver - Ware
            Furniture & General

C.   Architecture                                     8

D.   Autobiography/ Biography                         9

E.   Bibliography/Brochures/ Catalogues/ Guides       11

F.   Cookery & Food                                   12

G.   Customs, Culture & Social Life                   16
     Economic conditions
H.                                                    23

I.   Education                                        24

J.   Ethnicity                                        24
K.
     Film/Documentaries/Music                         30

L.   History                                          34

M.   Language & Literature                            37

N.   Politics & Government Policies                   44

O.   Racial Relations & Religion                      45

P.   Social conditions                                47




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A. Accoutrements & Handicraft
A1. Beadwork & Jewellery
   1. Cheah, Hwei-Fe'n. “Beads in Time: Towards a Chronology of Nonya Beadwork”. Arts
      of Asia 34, 4 (Jul-Aug 2004): 65-77. (NUS)
   2. Cheah, Hwei-Fe'n. Phoenix Rising: Narratives in Nyonya Beadwork from the Straits
      Settlements. Singapore: NUS Press, 2010. (NK3650.5 S8C51)
   3. Chin, Edmond. “The Straits Chinese and Their Jewellery”. Arts of Asia 23, 4
      (July/August 1993): 100-108. (JOU N8 A9A79 1993(JUL-DEC))
   4. Chin, Edmond. Gilding the Phoenix: the Straits Chinese and Their Jewellery.
      Singapore: National Museum, Singapore, 1993. (NK7386 S6C53)
   5. Eng-Lee, Seok Chee. Festive Expressions: Nonya [i.e. Nyonya] Beadwork and
      Embroidery. Singapore: National Museum, 1989. (NK9279 E57)
   6. Hector, Valerie. The Art of Beadwork: Historic Inspiration, Contemporary Design.
      New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2005. (NUS)
   7. Ho, Wing Meng. Straits Chinese Beadwork & Embroidery: a Collector's Guide.
      Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Editions, 2008. (NK3650 H67)
   8. Hoyt, Terry. The Peranakan Renaissance: Jewellery of the Gilded Age Regains its
      Glitter. Singapore Business 14, 5 (May 1990): 87-88. (JOU HF260 S6A2S4
      1990(MAY-AUG))
   9. Oon, Violet. Unravelling a Beaded Past. New Straits Times Annual (1981): 123-
      129.(DS591 N53 1981)
   10. Seet, Bebe. Peranakan Beadwork: My Heritage. Singapore: Bebe Seet, 2009.
      (NK3650 S45)
   11. Sullivan, Kevin. “Shoes That Step Out of History”. Singapore Tatler 3, 34 (July
      1985):74-75.
   12. Tan, Noelle. Timeless Peranakan Legacy: A Pictorial Celebration: The Antique
      Sarong Kebaya Collection of Peter Wee. Singapore: Apex Club of Singapore (Radin
      Mas), 2004.


A2. Costume & Embroidery
   1. Ahmad, Mohamad Nazri. Seni Khat dan Sulaman Nyonya. Klang: Pustaka Mawar,
      2000.
   2. Endon Mahmood, Datin Seri. The Nyonya Kebaya: a Century of Straits Chinese
      Costume. Singapore: Periplus; North Clarenden, Vt: Tuttle Pub., distributor for North
      America, 2004. (GT1530 E56)




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   3. Endon Mahmood, Datin Seri. The Nyonya Kebaya: a Showcase of Nyonya Kebayas
      from the Collection of Datin Seri Endon Mahmood. Ampang, Selangor Darul Ehsan:
      Writers' Publishing House Sdn Bhd, 2002.
   4. Katong Antique House. Embroidery and Beadwork [picture]. Singapore: Katong
      Antique House, 2004.
   5. Katong Antique House. Sarong-kebaya and Jewellery [picture]. Singapore: Katong
      Antique House, 2004.
   6. Sarong and Kebaya cum Launch of a Baba Bibliography [picture]. Singapore: [NLB,
      2007?].


B. Antiques & Household Items
B1. Ceramic/Porcelain/Silver - Ware
   1. Cheah, Jin Seng. “Porcelain with Topographical Scenes of Penang: an Unrecognised
      Category of Nyonya Ware”. Penang Past and Present 4 (Apr 1999): 3-6. (NUS)
   2. Chin, Edmond. “Straits Chinese Culture: Porcelain, Embroidery and Metalwork”.
      South East Asia & China: Art, Interaction & Commerce. Colloquies on Art
      Archaeology in Asia, no.1: Held June 6th-8th, 1994 [conference proceedings], edited
      by Rosemary Scott and John Guy, 274 – 287. London: University of London, Percival
      David Foundation of Chinese Art, School of Oriental and African Studies, 1995.
      (N7311 S72)
   3. Ho, Wing Meng.       Straits Chinese Silver: A Collector's Guide. Journal of the
      Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 58, 2 (December 1985): 154-157.
      (JOU DS591 R8M3 1984-85(V.57-58))
   4. Ho, Wing Meng. Straits Chinese Porcelain: a Collector’s Guide. Singapore: Marshall
      Cavendish Editions, 2004. (NK4157 H67 (1983))
   5. Ho, Wing Meng. Straits Chinese Porcelain: A Collector's Guide. Journal of the
      Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 58, 2 (December 1985): 152-15.(JOU
      DS591 R8M3 1984-85(V.57-58))
   6. Ho, Wing Meng. Straits Chinese Silver. Singapore: University Education Press,
      1976.(NK7179 H67)
   7. Kee, Ming-Yuet, Datin Seri. Peranakan Chinese Porcelain: Vibrant Festive Ware of
      the Straits Chinese. Clarendon, Vt.: Tuttle; Enfield: Publishers Group UK [distributor],
      2009.(fNK4157 K261)
   8. Kee, Ming-Yuet, Datin Seri. Straits Chinese Porcelain: How I Started My Collection.
      Arts of Asia 35, 4 (July / August 2005): 124-132. (NUS)
   9. Moore, Elizabeth H. “Peranakan Silver in Singapore”. Arts of Asia 12, 1 (January /
      February 1982): 154-156. (NUS)

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   10. Othman Mohd. Yatim. Tembikar dan Perabot Kaum Baba. Dewan Budaya 4, 1
      (January 1982): 11-12. (JOU NX579 D51 1982)
   11. Roth, H. Ling (Henry Ling), 1854-1925. Oriental Silverwork: Malay and Chinese: A
      Handbook for Connoisseurs, Collectors, Students, and Silversmiths. Kuala Lumpur:
      University of Malaya Press, 1966. (NUS)
   12. Scott, Rosemary and John Guy. South East Asia & China: Art, Interaction &
      Commerce: [colloquy] Held June 6th-8th, 1994. London: Percival David Foundation
      of Chinese Art: Singapore: Sun Tree Pub., 1995. (N7311 S72)
   13. Symposium on the World of Peranakan: Baba and Nyonya Heritage of Southeast
      Asia (2005: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). Simposium Alam Peranakan: Warisan Baba
      dan Nyonya Serantau = Symposium [on] the World of Peranakan: Baba and Nyonya
      Heritage of Southeast Asia, 3 February 2005, Kuala Lumpur: [papers]. Organised by
      Jabatan Muzium dan Antikuiti in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 3 February 2005.
      (DS528.2 C5S98)
   14. The Singapore History Museum [electronic resource]: An Interactive Exploration.
      Singapore: Daiichi Media Pte Ltd, 2000. (NUS)
   15. Willetts, William Y. Nonya [i.e. Nyonya] Ware and Kitchen Ching: Ceremonial and
      Domestic Pottery of the 19th-20th Centuries Commonly Found in Malaysia. Kuala
      Lumpur: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, 1981. (NK3720 M3S72)


B2. Furniture & General
   1. Chew, Amy, ed. The Antique Lover's Source Guide: Where to Find All Things Old,
      Beautiful and Precious in Singapore. Singapore: Hothouse Media, [2003]. (NUS)
   2. Citigold Select. Peranakan Treasures. Singapore: Citibank Singapore, [2008].
   3. Ho, Wing Meng. Straits Chinese Furniture: a Collector's Guide. Singapore: Marshall
      Cavendish Editions, 2008. (NK2479 H67 (1994))
   4. Jay, Sian E. Traditional Treasures: The Unique Artistic Heritage of the Peranakan
      Culture is being Preserved and Celebrated Amidst Renewed Interest. Esplanade the
      Arts Magazine (November / December 2000): 56-59. (NUS)
   5. Katong Antique House. Furniture and porcelain ware [picture]. Singapore: Katong
      Antique House, 2004.
   6. Lee, Mike. Heritage in the Heart of the City. IQ 13, 6 (November / December 1998):
      74-78. (NUS)
   7. Lee, Peter. Junks to Jewels: the Things that Peranakans Value. Singapore:
      Peranakan Museum, National Heritage Board, 2008. (fDS610.25 P47L47)




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   8. Muzium Negara Malaysia. Warisan Baba dan Nyonya di Muzium Negara = Baba &
      Nyonya Heritage at the Muzium Negara. Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Muzium, 1986.
      (NUS)
   9. Ong, Poh Neo. Brown & Gold: Peranakan Furniture from the Late 19th Century to the
      Mid 20th Century. [Singapore]: P.N. Ong, 1994. (fNK2479 O58)
   10. Seah, Kim Joo. Nyonya (slide). Universiti Sains Malaysia, 1970.
   11. Seminar on the Heritage of the Peranakan Cina (1988: Penang). [Papers Presented
      at the Seminar on the Heritage of the Peranakan Cina Held in Conjunction with
      Peranakan Heritage Week, 2-9 December 1988, Penang]. Organised by State
      Chinese (Penang). Association. [Penang: State Chinese (Penang) Association,
      1988]. (fDS595 C5S47)
   12. Shared Histories Conference [electronic resource]. Organised by Penang Heritge
      Trust in Penang, Malaysia on 30th July - 3 August 2003.
   13. South East Asian Pictures and Straits Chinese Ceramics, Gold and Silver, Sunday
      27 March 1994 at 10.30 a.m. Precisely South East Asian Pictures (Lots 1-93) and
      2.30 p.m. precisely Straits Chinese Ceramics, Gold and Silver (Lots 101-263) at the
      Hyatt Regency Singapore. Singapore: Christie's International (Singapore), 1994.
      (NUS)
   14. South East Asian Pictures and Straits Chinese Works of Art Auction, Sunday, 6
      October 1996 at 10.30 a.m. Precisely, South East Asian Pictures (Lots 201-365) and
      2:30 p.m. Precisely, Straits Chinese Works of Art (Lots 501-616) at Sir Stamford
      Room, the Hyatt Regency Singapore. Singapore: Christie's International Singapore,
      [1996?]. (NUS)
   15. Tan, Chee Beng. Chinese Peranakan Heritage in Malaysia and Singapore. Kuala
      Lumpur: Fajar Bakti, 1993. (DS595 C5T162)
   16. Wee, Peter H. L., A Peranakan Legacy: The Heritage of the Straits Chinese.
      Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Editions, 2009. (DS610.25 P47W39)
   17. Wee, Peter. Timeless Peranakan Legacy. Singapore: Apex Club of Singapore,
      2004.(NUS)


C. Architecture
   1. Ang, Marianne. The Straits Chinese House [microform]: Its Architecture and Artifacts.
      B. Arch., academic exercise, National University of Singapore, 1981.
   2. Cheng, Pai Ling. “The Peranakan Place: a Symbol of Singapore's Eclectic
      Architectural Heritage”. Singa 10 (1985): 132-142.
   3. Gem of a House: Agnes Tan Gives NUS $4 Million for Unique Peranakan House.
      The Alumnus 63 (Oct 2005): 26-27. (NUS)

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  4. Kalaichelvi Aladu. History of Architecture on Malaccan Chitty Houses. B.Sc.Arch.,
     academic exercise, Jabatan Senibina, Fakulti Alam Bina, Universiti Malaya, 2002.
  5. Keys, Peter. Straits Chinese Terrace Houses in Singapore. Orientations 14, 6 (June
     1983): 43-54.
  6. Kohl, David G. Chinese Architecture in the Straits Settlements and Western Malaya:
     Temples, Kongsis and Houses. Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann Asia, 1984. (NA1525
     K81)
  7. Lim, Herbie Eng Kwan. ‘Mandalay Villa: Memories of a Peranakan Mansion’. In
     Rumah Baba, edited by Peter Lee and Jennifer Chen. Singapore: National Museum,
     1998. (fDS610.25 P47L47)
  8. Mah, Ivan Guan Soon. Straits Chinese Architecture. B.Sc.Arch., academic exercise,
     Jabatan Senibina, Fakulti Alam Bina, Universiti Malaya, 1999.
  9. Ong, Kelvin U-Lin. Kebudayaan Hibrid dalam Alam Bina Malaysia Kajian Kes
     Masyarakat Baba Nyonya Melaka. M.Sc., dissertation, Pusat Pengajian Perumahan,
     Bangunan dan Perancangan, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 1999.
  10. Tan, Andrew. “Pioneers' Homes in the Social History of Singapore”. Journal of
     Southeast Asian Architecture 2, 1 (November 1997): 73-89. (JOU NA1511 J86
     1997(V.2,NO.1,NOV))


D. Autobiography/ Biography
  1. Chan, Faye Yik-Wei. “Mrs. Tjoa Hin Hoeij (1907-1990): Profile of an Enterprising
     Peranakan Chinese Woman Writer in Late Colonial Indonesia”. Archipel (Paris) 42
     (1991): 23-27. (JOU DS501 A67 1991(NO.41-42))
  2. Chew, Phyllis. Tan Jiak Kim (1859-1917) [microform]: Straits Chinese Leader.
     Academic exercise, Dept. of History, University of Singapore, 1976. (MFM 1178 )
  3. Chia, Josephine. Frog under a Coconut Shell. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish
     Editions, 2010. (HQ759 C54)
  4. Ching, Seow Ying. A King’s Chinese: A Study of Song Ong Siang. Academic
     exercise, University of Singapore, 1972.
  5. Djin, Siauw Tiong. “Siauw Giok Tjhan: The Making of a Peranakan Leader”. In
     Indonesian Political Biography: In Search of Cross-cultural Understanding, edited by
     Angus McIntyre, 123-159. Clayton, Vic.: Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash
     University, 1993. (DS644.1 A2I41)
  6. Djin, Siauw Tiong. Mengenang Siauw Giok Tjhan. Sinergi Indonesia 2, 15 (May
     2004): 25-27. (JOU DS632 C5S61 2004(V.2, NO.13-18))
  7. Ismail Noor, Dato'. Kisah Seorang Matriark. Kuala Lumpur: Norconsult K.L., 2010.


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8. Khor Eng Hee. The Public Life of Dr.Lim Boon Keng. Academic exercise, University
   of Malaya, 1958.
9. Lee, Kip Lee. Amber Sands: A Boyhood Memoir. Singapore: Federal Publications,
   1995. (DS610.25 P47L471)
10. Leong, Liew Geok. Peranakan Society in Autobiography and Fiction. Solidarity 119
   (July / September 1988): 34-41. (JOU DS651 S68 1988)
11. Lim, Betty. A Rose on my Pillow: Recollections of a Nyonya. Singapore: Armour
   Pub., 1994. (HQ1750.67 L73)
12. Lim, Kean Siew. Blood on the Golden Sands: The Memoirs of a Penang Family.
   Subang Jaya, Selangor: Pelanduk Publications, 1999. (DS599 P4L73)
13. Oei, Hong Kian. Oei Hong Kian, Doktor Gigi Soekarno: Peranakan yang Hidup dalam
   Tiga Budaya. Jakarta: Intisari, 2001. (DS644.1 O28A3)
14. Oetama, Jakob. et al. Kawan Kami : Myra 'Moy' Sidharta. [Jakarta: s.n., 2004?].
   (DS632.3 C5K22)
15. Ong Chwee Im, compl. Chew Boon Lay: a Family Traces Its History: a Family Album.
   Singapore: The Compiler, 2002. (DS610.25 P47O59)
16. Seow, Katherine. Seven Generations and Counting: The Story of Pang Siew Peck.
   Singapore: Katherine Seow, 2006. (CT1578 P19S47)
17. Siauw, Tiong Djin. Siauw Giok Tjhan: Riwayat Perjuangan Seorang Patriot
   Membangun Nasion Indonesia dan Masyarakat Bhineka Tunggal Ika. Jakarta: Hasta
   Mitra, 1999. (DS644.1 S5S561)
18. Sidharta, Myra. “Njoo Cheong Seng: A Peranakan Novelist, Playwright, Director,
   Poet Editor”. In Southeast Asian Chinese: The Socio-cultural Dimension, edited by
   Leo Suryadinata, 261-272. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995.
   (DS523.4 C5S72)
19. Sidharta, Myra. “Njoo Cheong Seng: A Peranakan Novelist, Playwright, Director,
   Poet, Editor”. In Southeast Asian Chinese: the Socio-cultural Dimension, edited by
   Leo Suryadinata, 273-389. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995.
   (DS523.4 C5S72)
20. Sidharta, Myra. Dari Penjaja Tekstil sampai Superwoman: Biografi Delapan Penulis
   Peranakan. Jakarta: Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia, 2004.
   (DS632.3 C5S56)
21. Suryadinata, Leo. Peranakan's Search for National Identity: Biographical Studies of
   Seven Indonesian Chinese. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1993.
   (DS632.3 C5S63)




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  22. Suryadinata, Leo. Prominent Indonesian Chinese in the Twentieth Century: A
     Preliminary Survey. [Athens, Ohio University Center for International Studies,
     Southeast Asia Program, 1972]. (DS632.3 C5S96)
  23. Tan, Kah Kee. The Memoirs of Tan Kah-Kee. Edited and translated with notes by
     A.H.C. Ward, Raymond W. Chu and Janet Salaff. Singapore: Singapore University
     Press, 1994. (DS610.53 T161M53)
  24. Yahya, Yunus. Peranakan Idealis: dari Lie Eng Hok sampai Teguh Karya. Jakarta:
     Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia, 2002. (DS632.3 C5Y132)
  25. Yeo, Siew Siang. Tan Cheng Lock, the Straits Legislator and Chinese Leader.
     Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1990.
     (DS597.15 T161Y46)


E. Bibliography/Brochures/ Catalogues/ Guides
  1. Chin, Edmond. Gilding the Phoenix: the Straits Chinese and Their Jewellery [Catalog
     of an Exhibition Held Apr. 5-Aug. 31, 1991 at the National Museum, Singapore].
     Singapore: National Museum, 1991.
  2. Gunong Sayang Association. Gunong Sayang Association Presents a Peranakan
     Wayang, Kipas Cendana (the Sandalwood Fan). Victoria Theatre, 25 to 27
     September 2003: [a brochure]. Singapore: The Association, 2003. (DOC S358)
  3. Ibrahim Tahir, ed. Peranakan Museum: A-Z guide. Written by Randall Ee, David A.
     Henkel and Heidi Tan. Singapore: Asian Civilisations Museum for the Peranakan
     Museum, 2008. (NK7386 S6C53)
  4. Lee, Juli Chew Lay. The Artist of Juli Lee Chew Lay = [Li Qiu Li Nan Yang Feng Qing
     Xian Dai Yi Shu]. [Singapore: Juli Lee, 2006].
  5. Mohd. Ghazali Haji Abbas. Katalog Induk Koleksi Sastera Cina Peranakan. Edited by
     Ghazali bin Haji Abbas and Che Selamah bt. Che Mustafha. Perpustakaan Tun Seri
     Lanang, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 1988. (REF Z3264 M2U58 NO. 22)
  6. Nyonyas of Wesley. The Nonyas of Wesley. 1979. Brochures on the activities
     presented by The Nonyas of Wesley.
  7. Tan, Bonny, comp. A Baba Bibliography: a Selected Annotated Listing of Sources on
     the Peranakan Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia. Edited by Ang Seow Leng,
     Noryati A. Samad. Singapore: National Library Board, 2007. (REF Z5118 P47B11)
  8. Universiti Malaya Perpustakaan. Koleksi Sastera Peranakan dalam Pegangan
     Perpustakaan Universiti Malaya. Kuala Lumpur: Perpustakaan Universiti Malaya,
     1979.




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  9. Straits Chinese British Association. S.C.B.A. Golden Jubilee Souvenir: 1900-1950.
     Singapore: S.C.B.A. Golden Jubilee Brochure Sub-Committee, [1950]. (NUS)
  10. Soon, Rosaline. United in Preserving the Peranakan Culture: 2nd Anniversary Dinner
     and Dance, Friday, 13 November 1992, 8.00pm, The Ballroom, Sheraton Towers
     Hotel, Scotts Road: [souvenir programme]. Singapore: The Association [1992].
     (DS610.25 P47P42)
  11. Christie's International (Singapore). Straits Chinese Ceramics, Gold & Silver.
     Singapore: Christie's International (Singapore), 1995. (NK1079 S6S53)
  12. Straits Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Singapore, Saturday, 30 September
     1995. Singapore: Christie's International (Singapore), 1995. (NUS)
  13. Straits Chinese Ceramics, Gold & Silver: Saturday, 25 March 1995 at 10.30 a.m.
     Precisely, Straits Chinese Ceramics (lots 1-164) at 2.00 p.m. Precisely, Gold and
     Silver (lots 300-394) at the Hyatt Regency Singapore. Singapore: Christie's
     International. (Singapore), 1995. (NUS)
  14. Straits and Chinese Ceramics, Jade Carvings, Fine Watches and Jewellery: Day of
     Sale, 1st October 1995, Concorde Hotel, Singapore. Singapore: Raffles Fine Arts
     Auctioneers, 1995.
  15. Straits Chinese Heritage & Vintage Fountain Pens: Straits Chinese Porcelain,
     Embroidery, Beadworks, Jewellery & Vintage Fountain Pens. Singapore: Raffles Fine
     Art Auctioneers, [1996].
  16. Treasures of the Babas: Fine Straits Chinese Porcelain, Jewellery, Embroidery, and
     Bead Works: [catalogue], Saturday, 18 March 1995, Empress Place Museum,
     Singapore. Singapore: Asia Fine Arts Auctioneers, [1995]. (NK4553 T78)
  17. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Senarai Buku-buku Peranakan Cina di Indonesia
     dalam Perpustakaan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Perpustakaan,
     Kuala Lumpur, 1977.
  18. Wang, Gungwu. La Culture Peranakan: Guide A-Z. Singapore: Asian Civilisations
     Museum, Singapore, 2010. (AM101 S6C96)
  19. Warisan Baba = The Baba Heritage: [exhibition booklet]. [Kuala Lumpur: Muzium
     Negara, 1983]. (NUS)
  20. YWCA (Singapore). Malam Peranakan: Souvenir. Singapore: Young Women's
     Christian Association, 1968.


F. Cookery & Food
   1. Cheong, Patsie. Masakan Rumah Nyonya = Home-made Nyonya. Hong Kong:
      Seashore Publishing, 2004.


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2. Cheung, Sidney C. H. and Tan Chee Beng. Food and Foodways in Asia: Resource,
   Tradition and Cooking. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2007. (GT2853
   A8F68)
3. Classic Peranakan Cooking: Recipes from the Straits Chinese Kitchen. Singapore:
   Marshall Cavendish Cuisine, 2010. (TX724.5 S6C61)
4. Classic Straits Chinese Food: a Unique Taste of Southeast Asia. Singapore: Marshall
   Cavendish Cuisine, 2005.
5. Hwang, Christina Sjahir. Singaporean, Malaysian & Indonesian Cuisine. Taibei Shi:
   Wei Quan Chu Ban She You Xian Gong Si, 2002. (TX724.5 S6H99)
6. Khong, Irene. Straits Cuisine Simplified: Family Favourites Fool-proof and Fuss-free.
   Singapore: I. Khong, 2002.
7. Khoo, May Hwa and Judy Tam Shu Mee. Masakan Nyonya Melaka. Kuala Lumpur:
   Utusan Publications and Distributors, 2008.
8. Lee Chin Koon, Mrs. Mrs Lee's Cookbook: Nonya Recipes and Other Favourite
   Recipes. Edited by Pamelia Lee Suan Yew. 1st ed. Singapore: [The Author], 1974.
   (NUS)
9. Lee, Chin Koon, Mrs.        食美惹娘 谱食人夫李编新:         (Xin Bian Li Fu Ren Shi Pu: Niang
   Re Mei Shi). Xinjiapo: Times Editions, 2004.
10. Lee, Chin Koon, Mrs. The New Mrs Lee's Cookbook. Vol. 2. Straits Heritage
   Cuisine. Updated by Shermay Lee. Singapore: Times Editions, 2004. (TX724.5
   C5L47 V.2)
11. Lee, Chin Koon, Mrs. The New Mrs Lee's Cookbook: Nonya Cuisine. Vol 1. Updated
   by Shermay Lee. Singapore: Times Editions, 2003. (TX724.5 C5L47 V.1)
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84. Teo, Lay Teen. “Khian Leong Koon Yew Kang Lam: A Baba Chinese Translation”.
   Xue Shu Lun Wen Ji = Kertas-kertas PengajianTionghua = Papers on Chinese
   Studies 2 (1983): 225-250.
85. Teo, Lay Teen. A Study of the Malay Translation of Chinese Popular Fiction by the
   Baba Chinese - with Special Reference to Khian Leong Koon Yew Kang Lam. M.A.,
   dissertation, Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial,Universiti Malaya, 1980. (NUS)




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  86. Teoh, Boon Seong and Beng Soon Lim. “Malay Words in Baba Hokkien of Penang”.
        Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 72, 1 (June 1999): 125-
        137. (JOU DS591 R8M3 1999(V.72))
  87. Teoh, Boon Seong and Beng Soon Lim. A Study of Penang Peranakan Hokkien.
        Journal of Modern Languages 15 (2003): 169-190. (NUS)
  88. Tey, Sin Yee. Ma Liu Jia Ba Ba Ma Lai Yu Zhong De Fu Jian Fang Yan Jie Ci = Kata
        Pinjam Hokkien dalam Bahasa Melayu Baba di Melaka. B.A., academic exercise,
        Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa, Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya,
        2004.
  89. The Friend of Babas [microform]: a Magazine for the Social and Moral Progress of
        the Straits Chinese. London : British Library Reference Division, Reprographic
        Section, 1906-
  90. Tofield, Anne. Nonya Wedding. Signature (February 1982): 27-29. (NUS)
  91. Tradisi Perkahwinan Masyarakat Baba dan Nyonya di Melaka [videorecording].
        Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Muzium dan Antikuiti, 1995.
  92. Vaughan, Jonas Daniel. The Manners and Customs of the Chinese of the Straits
        Settlements. Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press, 1971. (DS595 C5V36)
  93. Wan Noazimah bt. Wan Kamal. Perayaan Pesta Ponggol Masyarakat Chitty Melaka.
        Paper presented at Forum Kurator at Kuala Lumpur on 9 October, 2004.
  94. Wee, Hock Chye. Comfort Homes and Earlier Years: Another Spicy Mix, Another
        Tangy Reading Meal! [Melaka]: Wee Hock Chye, [1993]. (NUS)
  95. Zahirah binti Zainuddin. Unsur-unsur Kebudayaan Melayu Di-kalangan Masharakat
        Baba Peranakan Melaka [microfilm]. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Library
        Microfilm Service, 1972.
  96.   钦木张     (Zhang, Muqin). Helan Jie Kou Xi Yang Xie: Baba: Yi Ci Wen Hua Tong He
        De Qi Yi Jing Yan = Heeren Street in Setting Sun: the Babas' Unique Experience in
        Cultural Assimilation. Kuala Lumpur:   社业事将大    , 2000.


H. Economic conditions
  1. Ho Eng Seng. “Gangsters into Gentlemen: the Breakup of Multiethnic Conglomerates
        and the Rise of a Straits Chinese Identity in Penang”. Paper presented at the
        International Conference on the Penang Story, organized by The Penang Heritage
        Trust and STAR Publications at The City Bayview Hotel, Penang, Malaysia on 19-21
        April 2002.
        http://www.penangstory.net.my/docs/Abs-HoEngSeng.doc




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   2. Khor, Neil Jin Keong. Economic Change and the Emergence of the Straits Chinese in
      Nineteenth-century Penang. Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society
      (Kuala Lumpur) 79 (2), 291 (2006): 59-83.
      (JOU DS591 R8M3 2006(V.79))
   3. KLIH Launches the Baba Nyonya Resort in Malacca. Real Estate Review 22 (April /
      June 1996): 51.




I. Education
   1. Bocquet-Siek, Margaret. Modern Education and Peranakan Chinese Society in Java.
      Nathan, Qld. School of Modern Asian Studies, Griffith University, 1984.


J. Ethnicity
   1. 21st Baba Nyonya Convention, 5th December – 7th December 2008. Organised by
      The Persatuan Peranakan Cina Melaka. Malaysia: The Persatuan Peranakan Cina
      Melaka, [2008].
   2. Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Bin Mohd Rus, Dr., “The Jawi Peranakan of Kedah: a
      Study of the Descendants of Dato' Seri Khana Khan, an 18th Century Kedah
      Courtier”. Paper presented at the 6th International Convention of Asia
      Scholars, Chungnam National University of South Korea, Daejeon, Korea on
      6-9 August 2009.
   3. Aw, Annette Johannes S. C. The Peranakan Identity [microform]: to be or Not to be.
      Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms International, 1995.
      (MFC A2168 2 MFCS)
   4. Baba Convention (1990: Singapore). Baba Convention 1990: [Souvenir Magazine &
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   5. Baba Convention (1990: Singapore). Baba Convention 1990: [Souvenir Magazine].
      Organised by Peranakan Association, Singapore. Singapore: The Association, 1990.
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   6. Baba Convention (6th: 1993: Singapore). 6th Baba Convention: [Souvenir Magazine],
      26-27 November 1993 Singapore. Organised by Peranakan Association Singapore.
      Singapore: The Association, 1993.
      (DS610.25 P47B11 1993)




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7. Backman, Michael. “Why Singapore is Different: the Babas of Singapore”. In The
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32. Lin, Yuzuan. Baba Wen Hua Zhi Lü = Gateway to Peranakan Culture. Singapore: Ya
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33. Lukito, Hendra. Pemuda Peranakan Tionghoa Cirebon yang Unik. Sinergi Indonesia
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36. Narayanasamy, K. “Masyarakat Chitty Melaka”. Paper presented at Seminar Sejarah
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44. Othman, Muharyani. The Peranakan. New Straits Times Annual (Kuala Lumpur)
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49. Raghavan, Ravec. Ethno-racial Marginality in West Malaysia: The Case of the
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K. Film/Documentaries/Music
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     Dondang Sayang in Melaka, Malaysia. Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms
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  5. Film Formations. A Marriage Made in Heaven [videorecording]. Written by Joan Chee
     and edited by Haw Siew Peng. Singapore: MediaCorp TV12 Singapore Pte Ltd,
     2002. (NUS)
  6. Film Formations. All that Glitters [videorecording]. On the Trail of the Phoenix, Ep. 5.
     Directed by Joan Chee. Singapore: MediaCorp TV12 Singapore Pte Ltd., 2002.
     (NUS)
  7. Film Formations. Beginnings [videorecording]. On the Trail of the Phoenix, Ep.1.
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     Phoenix, Ep.3. Directed by Joan Chee. Singapore: MediaCorp TV12 Singapore Pte
     Ltd., 2002. (NUS)

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9. Film Formations. Nonya Manis [videorecording]. On the Trail of the Phoenix, Ep. 4.
   Directed by Joan Chee. Singapore: MediaCorp TV12 Singapore Pte Ltd., 2002.
   (NUS)
10. Film Formations. The Homes of the Straits Chinese [videorecording]. On the Trail of
   the Phoenix, Ep. 2. Directed by Joan Chee. Singapore: MediaCorp TV12 Singapore
   Pte Ltd., 2002. (NUS)
11. Gunong Sayang Association. Anak Udang Anak Tenggiri [videorecording] = Blood is
   Thicker than Water. A wayang Peranakan. Singapore: The Association, 199_?].
   (VCD 33)
12. Gunong Sayang Association. Buang Keroh Pungot Jerneh [videorecording] = Let
   Bygones be Bygones. Co-written and directed by Lye G.T. Singapore: The
   Association, 2004. (VCD 98)
13. Gunong Sayang Association. Chueh-it, Cap-goh [videorecording] = Every Cloud Has
   a Silver Lining. Singapore: The Association, 199_?]. (VCD 34)
14. Gunong Sayang Association. Hujan Balek Ka-langgit [videorecording]. Wayang
   Peranakan, Victoria Theatre, 11-14 October 2001. Singapore: The Association, 2001.
   (VCD 32)
15. Gunong Sayang Association. Nasib [videorecording]. Directed by William Tan and
   written by Henry Tan. Singapore: Gunong Sayang Association, 1992. (VCD 35)
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   Directed by Richard Tan and written by William Gwee. Singapore: Gunong Sayang
   Association, 1997.
18. Gunung Sayang Association. Biji Mata Mak [videorecording] = Mother’s Pet. Directed
   by William Tan and written by Henry Tan. Singapore: Academy Video: Gunong
   Sayang Association, 1989.
19. Gunung Sayang Association. Janji Perot [videorecording] = Pre Birth Pact. Directed
   and choreographed by Richard Tan, Swee Guan and written by William Gwee Thian
   Hock. Singapore: Gunong Sayang Association, 1999.
20. Gunung Sayang Association. Kalau Jodoh Tak Mana Lari [videorecording] = Destiny
   of Love. Directed by Richard Tan, written by William Gwee and choreographed by
   Richard Chia. Singapore: Academy Video: Gunong Sayang Association, 1996.
21. Gwee, William Thian Hock. Gunong Sayang Association proudly presents Manis
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   Trade Centre Auditorium 10th to 13th May 1995. [Singapore: Gunong Sayang
   Association, 1995]. (NUS)

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22. HSL. Penghiboran Hati. Penang: Criterion Press, 1924. (NUS)
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25. Kineruku      Productions   &   Tanota   Foundation.    Dragons    Beget    Dragons
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29. Mediacorp TV12 Singapore. A Fare Exchange. Jolly Wee [videorecording]. Produced
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30. Oak 3 Films, MediaCorp TV12 and Suria. Semarak Budaya. 4, Antara Kita
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32. Rice Partnership, MediaCorp TV Arts Central. The Cook, His Food and the Dishy
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33. Singapore Broadcasting Corporation. Memories Relived [videorecording]. Singapore:
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34. Singapore Broadcasting Corporation. Singapore Festival of Arts 1990 (17.7.90). Tak
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35. Singapore Broadcasting Corporation. Television Corporation of Singapore. Emerald
   Hill Girl's Best Friend [videorecording]. Singapore: Television Corporation of
   Singapore, [1987]. (NUS)




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36. Sitting In Pictures. I, Collector. Series 1. Episode 3 [videorecording]. Produced by
   Tan Chih Chong, written and directed by Chang Soh Kiak. Singapore: MediaCorp
   TV, [between 2002 and 2003].
37. Sitting In Pictures. I, Collector. Series 1. Episode 8 [videorecording]. Produced by
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N. Politics & Government Policies
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