This biography attempts to trace the life and times of Tan Sri Dato’ Indera Dr Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman, a name which ...(read more)
Bangsawan was the first popular urban commercial theatre in Malaysia which catered to multi-ethnic audiences. Emerging ...(read more)
The Fierce Aunty’s No-Nonsense Guide to the Perfect Laksa is an exacting and comprehensive book that takes you through ...(read more)
People within the Malay world hold strong but diverse opinions about the meaning of the word Melayu, which can be loosely ...(read more)
Straits Muslims: Diasporas of the Northern Passage Of The Straits of Malacca is an edited volume by six writers Wazir Jahan ...(read more)
Penang- An inside guide to its historic homes, buildings, monuments and parks offers the first detailed account of the ...(read more)
Do you remember the time when you were young and collecting stamps? I am sure we all share memories of this. It is no coincidence ...(read more)
In Thaipusam in Malaysia: A Hindu Festival in the Tamil Diaspora, the author argues that many scholars who had written about ...(read more)
The Sustainability Shift: Refashioning Malaysia’s Future discusses the specific ecological threats facing Malaysia ...(read more)
Beneath its simple and unadorned title – Sejarah Bergambar Seberang Perai (Province Wellesley, A Pictorial History) ...(read more)
Penang Hill is the oldest hill station in Malaysia and also the only one with a funicular railway. Completed in I923, the ...(read more)
Gayatri Rajapatni: The Woman Behind the Glory of Majapahit by Earl Drake imaginatively re-creates Gayatri’s world, ...(read more)
By Dr Jon Sun Hock Lim.
Foreword by Professor Miles Lewis AM.
50 Best Malaysian Titles for International Rights 2015
By Francis Cooray & Khoo Salma Nasution.
Foreword by Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim.
Growing up during the era of British colonial ...(read more)
By Khoo Salma Nasution
By Wu Lien-Teh.
Known as the ‘Plague Fighter’ and ‘the man who beat the Black Death’, Dr. Wu Lien-Teh ...(read more)