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One hundred years" history of the Chinese in Singapore

Song, Ong Siang

One hundred years" history of the Chinese in Singapore

being a chronological record of the contribution by the Chinese community to the development, progress and prosperity of Singapore; of events and incidents concerning the whole or sections of that community; and of the lives, pursuits and public service of individual members thereof from the foundation of Singapore on 6th February 1819 to its centenary on 6th February 1919.

by Song, Ong Siang

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Published by J. Murray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinese -- Singapore,
  • Singapore -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Song Ong Siang.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS598.S7 S65 1923
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 602 p.
    Number of Pages602
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23044935M
    LC Control Number24007821

      The last such comprehensive historical book was Song Ong Siang's One Hundred Years' History Of The Chinese in Singapore, published in The reason is because during Chew Joo Chiat’s life time, he kept a very low profile and he was not prominent in Singapore society. I could not find his name in the book of Singapore Pioneers, One Hundred Years' History of Chinese in Singapore, Early History of Chinese .

    An advocate of women’s education, Sir Ong-Siang also helped to found the Singapore Chinese Girl’s School in although his most significant contribution is considered to be his book One Hundred Years History of the Chinese in Singapore. For his work within the colony, Sir Ong-Siang was awarded the OBE in 48 Song Ong Siang, One Hundred Y ears’ History of the Chinese in Singapore, 49 “Chongxiu Fushangong,” , Pulau Kusu, Singapore. Author: Jack Meng-Tat Chia.

      For a fuller account of the subject, see my forthcoming book on The Population of Singapore to be published by the University of Pennsylvania Press in 4. Marriot, H., “Inhabitants and Population” in Makepeace, W., Brooke, C. E. and Braddell, R., editors, One Hundred Years of Singapore, London, John Murray, , by: However, it is advised to buy Chinese books in Singapore from leading e-commerce outlets to ensure the best quality and authenticity of the product. Lazada is one of Singapore’s most popular and trusted e-shopping destinations. It caters to all your needs ranging .


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This is the annotated edition of Song Ong Siang's "One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore" that was originally published in The book continues to remain popular as it provides information on the key personalities of the Chinese in Singapore who were active between and One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore Song Ong Siang Originally published in to celebrate the first centenary of the founding of Singapore, painstakingly enumerated nearly a century ago, need updating.

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Ong Siang Song. Oxford University Press, - Chinese - pages. One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore Ownership and control of the one hundred largest corporations in Malaysia Mah Hui Lim Snippet view.

One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore This classic is a pager that chronicles the contributions of the Chinese community, and the development, progress and prosperity of Singapore between to This became the classic text, One Hundred Years’ History of the Chinese in Singapore, which chronicles 19th-century Chinese society in Singapore from to The page tome also serves as an excellent reference on the who’s who in Singapore’s early Author: Lim, Irene.

A General History of the Chinese in Singapore documents over years of Chinese history in Singapore, from Chinese presence in the region through the millennium-old Hokkien trading world to the waves of mass migration that came after the establishment of a British settlement, and through to the development and birth of the nation.

Above all the contributions made, it was his monumental work on writing and publishing the page book, One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore in that earned him a significant recognition in the annals of Singapore history.

It remains an invaluable work of reference on Singapore history today. Song died in Alma mater: Raffles Institution, Middle Temple and.

Mr Kua, 66, and a council member of SFCCA, said yesterday that the book - A General History Of Chinese In Singapore - is expected to fill the gap left since Song Ong Siang's One Hundred Years'. One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore, being a chronological record of the contribution by the Chinese community to the development, progress and prosperity of Singapore from the foundation of Singapore on 6th February to its centenary on 6th February London: Murray.

MLA Citation. Song, Ong-siang. The last such comprehensive historical tome that captures the Chinese footprint in Singapore was Mr Song Ong Siang's One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore, published in It covered the years to The new book is helmed by two chief editors.

Full text of ". One hundred years of Singapore: being some account of the capital of the Straits Settlements from its foundation by Sir Stamford Raffles on the 6th February to the 6th February " See other formats ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SINGAPORE SIR STAMI-ORD RAFFI^KS.

l-'oiinder of Singapore. Entdecken Sie "One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore" von Ong Siang Song und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. Since its publication inSir Song Ong Siang's One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore has become the standard biographical reference of prominent Chinese in early S.

Singapore, Singapore InSong Ong Siang published One Hundred Years’ History of the Chinese in Singapore, a highly detailed survey of Chinese life in Singapore and an original source still.

One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore. Singapore ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ong Siang Song.

One hundred years' history of the Chinese in Singapore. Singapore, University Malaya Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ong Siang Song. He was one of three editors – including Walter Makepeace and Gilbert Edward Brooke – of Singapore’s centenary celebration publication, One Hundred Years of Singapore ().

He also wrote several legal and history books, including Commentary on the Common Gaming Houses Ordinance of (), The Law of the Straits Settlements: A Author: Lee, Gracie.

The Chinese have been in Singapore for more than years and they have gradually developed a uniquely Singaporean identity. That was the message that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivered at.Very little is known about the club, except for Mr Song’s account (in his very, very concise book – One Hundred Years' History of the Chinese in Singapore) of its fifth anniversary.A copy of his book, One Hundred Years’ History of the Chinese in Singapore, is displayed on the table, together with a Bible and other bound books.

The portrait was placed, along with others of prominent men, in the Victoria Memorial Hall for many years.