Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
Volume 94 Part 1, No. 320 June 2021
 
CONTENTS
 
   

Editor's Note

Malays in the Indochinese Peninsula: Adventurers, Warlords and Ministers
- Nicolas Weber

The Kong-Moon System in Larut: Chinese Social Relationships in Nineteenth-Century Perak
- Pek Wee Chuen

Âl al-'Attâs and Hadramî Arab Migration to the Malay World
- Syed Farid Alatas

'I Want to Live': Malayan Communist Party Struggles as Seen by Female Defectors
- Mahani Musa

Thamboosamy Pillai and the Colonial Elite of British Malaya
- Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja

PETRONAS, Oil Money and Malaysia's National Sovereignty
- Shakila Yacob

A Penang Portfolio
- Bryn Barnard



Translations

- On the River Pluss by X. Brau de St. Pol Lias, translated by Colin Dyer

- Everyday life of the People of the Malay Peninsula [c. 1943] by Ando Kozo, translated by Josko Kozic with Shota Tadano



A Document from Malaysian History

- Affairs in Larut Leading to British Intervention by Leonard Wray, Jun.



Roundtable

- A Discussion of Decolonizing Extinction, by Juno Salazar Parreñas, edited by Faizah Binte Zakaria


 

Book Reviews

Sonic City: Making Rock Music and Urban Life in Singapore by Steve Ferzacca

Sarawak River Valley, Early Times to 1840: Santubong Kuching Brunei by Suraini binti Sahari and Tom McLaughlin

Wanderlust: The Amazing Ida Pfeiffer by John Van Wyhe

The Crown and the Capitalists: The Ethnic Chinese and the Founding of the Thai Nation by Wasana Wongsurawat

Alternative Voices in Muslim Southeast Asia: Discourse and Struggles edited by Norshahril Saat and Azhar Ibrahim

From Free Port to Modern Economy: Economic Development and Social Change in Penang, 1969 to 1990 edited by Chet Singh, Rajah Rasiah and Wong Yee Tuan

My Story: Justice in the Wilderness by Tommy Thomas

Decolonizing the History Curriculum in Malaysia and Singapore by Kevin Blackburn and Zonglun Wu

Staging Indigenous Heritage: Instrumentalisation, Brokerage and Representation in Malaysia by Cai Yunci










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The first issue of our journal
JOURNAL OF THE STRAITS BRANCH OF THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY
JULY 1878


Reprinted with the permission of the
ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY, MALAYAN BRANCH
KRAUS REPRINT LTD.
Vaduz
1965

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