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  • Ken Kwek

    Kelly And The Krumps

    $12.00

    Illustrated by Lolita Chiong In his second wonderfully whacky children’s novel, Ken Kwek takes a hard—and funny—look at teens beset with academic pressures and technology overload. Kelly Mao has got quite the headache: her tiger mum is threatening to ground her, her tuition timetable barely gives her time to eat, and she suspects her twin brother is up to something. On top of everything, the PSLE is looming! When the pressure gets too intense, Kelly decides to secretly join a dance crew calle...

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  • Pallavi Gopinath Aney

    Kopi, Puffs And Dreams

    $24.00

    We are currently accepting pre-orders for this title. Orders of this title are expected to be fulfilled by late-September 2021. Click here to find out more about when your pre-order will ship. Two friends from southern India attempt the Singaporean Dream with kopi and curry puffs. At the turn of the twentieth century, two young men from Palakkad, Puthu and Krishnan, meet aboard a ship bound for Malaya, and strike up an instant connection. Over the next two decades, they set up a restaurant in...

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  • Alvin Mark Tan

    La Kopi

    $29.00

    Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in Singapore. But how many of us know what it takes to brew a cuppa? Full-time artist Alvin Mark Tan returns from Italy and rediscovers the coffee culture here through oils, inks, watercolours and videos. In his first sketchbook brew dedicated to his hometown, he plunges into the coffee scene to see how it has percolated throughout the island.Hardback: 87 PagesProduct Dimensions: 155 x 220 mmISBN: 9789811402258Published by Math Paper Press

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  • Shelley Bryant

    Launch Pad

    $22.00

    A science park creates synthetic life to repopulate the oceans, but to ruinous effect. A local retelling brings the tragic story of Sweeney Todd to colonial Singapore. And a far-future heiress falls in love with an alien life form and must make an existential decision.Paperback: 200 PagesProduct Dimensions: 130 x 200 mmISBN: 9789814785204Published by Epigram Books

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  • Loke Hoe Yeong

    Let The People Have Him

    $34.00

    Chiam See Tong (b. 1935) is Singapore’s longest serving opposition politician. A member of parliament for nearly three decades, Chiam is also one of Singapore’s most iconic, influential and beloved political figures. Through his efforts in shaping Potong Pasir into a “model constituency”, the veteran statesman has greatly contributed towards an increasingly pluralistic Singapore. When he first entered politics in 1976, there was not a single opposition member in Parliament. As the founder of ...

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  • Sebastian Sim

    Let's Give It Up For Gimme Lao!

    $24.00

    Born on the night of the nation’s independence, Gimme Lao is cheated of the honour of being Singapore’s firstborn son by a vindictive nurse. This forms the first of three things Gimme never knows about himself, the second being the circumstances surrounding his parents’ marriage, and the third being the profound (but often unintentional) impact he has on other people’s lives. Talented, determined and focused, young Gimme is confident he can sail the seven seas, but he does not anticipate his ...

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  • Warran Kalasegaran

    Lieutenant Kurosawa’s Errand Boy

    $24.00

    During the Japanese Occupation of Singapore, an eight-year-old Tamil boy is separated from his father, forced to work for the Japanese military police and renamed Nanban. He learns their language and customs, studies their martial arts and prays to their Emperor. While watching the cruelty with which the Imperial Army rules Singapore, he becomes just as ruthless to survive. Twenty years later, a talented, racially ambiguous seamstress named Papatti uses her knitting skills to fight for Singap...

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  • Cyril Wong

    Like A Seed With Its Singular Purpose

    $16.00

    Language, art, religion, disaster, death, murder, adultery, and love, all come under the poet's attention as he continues to mine the rewarding  contradictions and frustrations of a broader existence. The final sequence is a series of lyrical propositions starting with "if".Paperback: 76 PagesProduct Dimensions: 125 x 210 mmISBN: 9789811173196Published by Math Paper Press

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  • Pauline Loh

    Lion Boy And Drummer Girl

    $16.00

    Lion dancers are the new sensations in Asia, and none are as charming or handsome as US import Ricky Ang. But while the rest of the Leopop boys aspire to be the lion head, Ricky would rather goof around as the big head doll. Ironically, drummer girl Ong Ying Ying is the biggest cynic of this Leopop wave. “Don’t fall for a lion dancer,” her mother had always warned her. “He will break your heart.”Paperback: 246 pagesProduct Dimensions: 129 x 198 mmISBN: 9789814785105Published by Epigram Books

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  • Pauline Loh

    Lion Boy And Fire Girl

    $16.00

    All eyes are on Apple as he leads his own pride! Lion dance troupes from across Asia have gathered in Singapore to challenge the Lion Legends to the race of a lifetime. The stakes? The troupe’s future! As jealousy and betrayal swirl, Apple, the Legends’ youngest idol, finds that he must be the one to keep the brotherhood together. At the same time, he meets Charm, a fiery, monkey-like tomboy he can’t help but be drawn to. Paperback: 246 PagesProduct Dimensions: 129 x 198 mmISBN: 9789814901109...

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  • Pauline Loh

    Lion Boys And Fan Girls

    $16.00

    Prome has taken over the popular Leopop group Lion Legends as the Principal Lion Head and big brother. Taking his new role very seriously, he decides to make a pact with his loyal lion partner Mercury to ban dating and concentrate on their careers. But their plans go awry when both meet two curious girls with strong personalities. Meanwhile, the Legends find themselves under attack. First it was cyberbullying, then a garbage bomb and an almost fatal food poisoning. Why is this anti-fan target...

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  • Ng Yi-Sheng

    Lion City

    $18.00

    A man learns that all the animals at the Zoo are robots. A secret terminal in Changi Airport caters to the gods. A prince falls in love with a crocodile. A concubine is lost in time. The island of Singapore disappears. These are the exquisitely strange tales of Lion City, the first collection of short fiction by award-winning poet and playwright Ng Yi-Sheng. Infused with myth, magical realism and contemporary sci-fi, each of these tales invites the reader to see this city-state in a new and d...

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  • Jeevan Vasagar

    Lion City

    $30.00

    Lion City tells the extraordinary story of Singapore - the world's most successful city state. In 1965, Singapore's GDP per capita was on a par with Jordan. Now it has outstripped Japan. After the Second World War and a sudden rupture with newly formed Malaysia, Singapore found itself independent - and facing a crisis. It took the bloody-minded determination and vision of Lee Kuan Yew, its founding premier, to take a small island of diverse ethnic groups with a fragile economy and hostile nei...

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  • Loh Kah Seng and Thum Ping Tjin

    Living With Myths In Singapore

    $30.00

    Singapore is a mythic nation, where our ‘reality’ and ‘common sense’ are conditioned by a group of influential myths. Our main myths are examined in this collection of essays and thoughts on the social ramifications of myth-making: The Singapore Story (that our nation has a singular story), From Third World to First (our story of success), Vulnerability and Faultlines (the threats we still face despite success) and A Deficient People (the threats exist because people remain immature). Myths ...

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  • Yeng Pway Ngon

    Lonely Face

    $22.00

    Translated by Natascha Bruce Singapore, late 1980s. As women gain power and independence, what’s an insecure guy to do? Lonely Face is the story of a man on the cusp of middle age, left behind by changing times. Fleeing his crumbling marriage on an overnight bus to Genting Highlands, he tries his luck at slot machines rather than the vagaries of modern romance. This snapshot of a society in flux is a newly-translated early work by acclaimed novelist Yeng Pway Ngon, Cultural Medallion recipien...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #01

    $25.00

    This premiere issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about the Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Singapore, Laos and Vietnam. Inside these pages, you'll find: • a post-apocalyptic Manila from Kate Osias • a utopian Kuala Lumpur from Zen Cho • a haunting military excursion down the Yellow River from Elka Ray Nguyen • a young Laotian journalist's place in the sensationalist future of news reporting from award-winner Paolo Bacigalupi • speculative poetry from Chris Mooney-Singh, An...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #02

    $25.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand. Inside these pages, you'll find: • a metamorphic love story near the Korean DMZ from award-winner E.C. Myers; • a brand new supernatural crime tale from bestselling author John Burdett; • a cautionary tale about Singaporean elitism from Tiffany Tsao; • an examination of the illusory facets of love from Victor Fernando R. Ocampo; • a haunting and beautiful evocation of ...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #03

    $14.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Cambodia and Taiwan. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • the evocation of an alternate ancient Cambodia from multiple award-winner Geoff Ryman; • an investigative automotive revenge tale from Palanca Grand Prize winner Dean Francis Alfar; • the mystery of magically appearing furniture from Taiwanese short fiction wunderkind Sabrina Huang (deftly translated by PEN/Heim grant recipient Jeremy Tiang); • a...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #04

    $14.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • the harsh realities of living as a refugee within a calorie-based economy by acclaimed award-winner Paolo Bacigalupi; • the uneasy combination of domestic troubles and virtual reality by Palanca Prize winner Kate Osias; • the unexpected and complete disappearance of Singapore itself by Singapore Literature Prize winner Ng Yi-...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #05

    $14.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • an ancient and fatal karmic reunion in Jakarta by award-winner Gord Sellar;• the true origin of the Merlion by Singapore Literature Prize winner Amanda Lee Koe;• a young man’s literal transformation into an island by award-winner Ng Yi-Sheng; a far-future Malaysian fairy tale by Kawika Guillermo;• a gentle aquatic apocalyps...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #06

    $14.00

    This jam-packed sixth issue presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Cambodia and Laos.  Inside these pages, you’ll find:• the high cost of cheap footwear by celebrated author Ken Liu; the consequence of domesticating a mythical Indonesian beast by up-and-comer Eka Kurniawan (translated by Tiffany Tsao);• a mind-bending familial space opera by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo;• the connection between a talented girl and the toys she’s brought to lif...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #07

    $14.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Laos, the Philippines, Indonesia and Korea. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • a remembrance of ghostbusters disguised as lion dancers by Zen Cho; • an expedition to hunt a supernatural tiger in colonial Singapore by Manish Melwani; • the subversive power of jazz in a future North Vietnam by TR Napper; • a cautionary tale of writing one’s perfect lover into existence by Vida Cruz; • the relationship...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #08

    $14.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines and Thailand. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • fishing for mermaids in the Mekong River by Alyssa Wong;• an otherworldly ancestral homecoming by Michael Janairo;• a rebellion against inevitable eugenics by Clara Chow;• snapshots of the fantastic in the mundane by Wilfred Cabrera;• and speculative poetry by Tilde Acuña, Bernise Carolino, Judith Huang, Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, Christina Sng, Sharle...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #09

    $14.00

    This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Vietnam, Brunei, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • treachery and exploitation in colonial Indochina by Aliette de Bodard; the rediscovery of statuary gods by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo; • communicable scarification during Lunar New Year by Philip Holden; • volcanic dragons in post-apocalyptic Indonesia by Sean Jones; • a simian revolution in Brunei by KH Lim; • and speculative poetry by ...

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  • Jason Erik Lundberg

    LONTAR #10

    $18.00

    This final double-sized issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Korea and Vietnam. Inside these pages, you’ll find: • sightings of a strange astronaut in an infinite library by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo, illustrated by Eisner winner Sonny Liew;• the meeting between weretigers and Sang Nila Utama by Manish Melwani;• the enlightenment of a politician’s wife by Cyril Wong;• a Pygmalion-esque tragic romance by comic artist Drews...

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  • Mohamed Latiff Mohamed

    Lost Nostalgia

    $18.00

    translated by Nazry Bahrawi A rainbow is glimpsed in the enveloping darkness of Mohamed Latiff Mohamed’s stories. Precious because it is mostly fleeting—a herd of cattle finds deliverance from slavery in heroic resistance and death; a fisherman disappears of his own free will to escape the disintegration of island life. These and other characters experience conditions, often described in hyper-realistic detail, that speak to our appreciation of change, injustice, and other facts of life–religion,...

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  • Troy Chin

    LOTI #1

    $9.90

    The world around you can appear bigger than it really is if you're seven going on eight. Or maybe, it just is! Join Shuwen and his friends as they embark on the big adventure of Primary 2. Volume 1 includes all 300 strips from the first term and two new chapters not found online.Paperback: 200 PagesProduct Dimensions: 150 x 210 mmISBN: 9789811168680Published by Math Paper Press

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  • Troy Chin

    LOTI #2

    $9.90

    What will tomorrow bring? The second term begins and that only means more shenanigans from Shuwen and company, more high jinks around the neighbourhood, and more Loti sightings! Have YOU seen Loti lately? Loti is a slice of life, 4 panel, daily strip by Troy Chin. Depicting the everyday adventures of six Primary 2 children in and around their school, Volume 2 collects strips 301 to 600 and includes two extra chapters of new strips not available online.Paperback: 208 PagesProduct Dimensions: 1...

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  • Troy Chin

    LOTI #3

    $9.90

    Believe! Mooncakes, presents and ice cream shops that never ever close. These are some of the things that dreams are made of. But no matter what happens, always know that if you believe in your dreams, you’d be that much closer to making them come true! Loti is a slice of life, 4 panel, daily strip by Troy Chin. Depicting the everyday adventures of six Primary 2 children in and around their school, Volume 3 collects strips 601 to 900 and includes two new chapters Sofie's Diary and J Takes Fli...

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  • Troy Chin

    LOTI #4

    $9.90

    A good year. The final term is here. Long school holidays, fun camping trips and Christmas presents are now finally within reach! But that’s not all on the minds of Shuwen and gang. They are wishing for something else. Are you hoping for the same thing too? Loti is a slice of life, 4 panel, daily strip by Troy Chin. Depicting the everyday adventures of six Primary 2 children in and around their school, Volume 4 completes the series. It contains strips 901 to 1200, and also includes two extra ...

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  • Ng Yi-Sheng

    Loud Poems For A Very Obliging Audience

    $16.00

    This book is a compilation of some of Ng Yi-Sheng's best spoken word pieces — songs, diatribes and phantasmagorias — created for assorted poetry slams, readings and theatrical events between the years 1999 and 2016. Dealing with issues of politics, history, cultural identity and queer sexuality, these works show the writer at his most fearless, opinionated and dramatic — a complement to the subtler but similarly imaginative poems of his first collection of poetry, last boy. Paperback: 128 Pag...

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  • Clara Chow

    Lousy Love Poems

    $10.00

    “In Chinese, I am always 16,” observes Clara Chow in her debut poetry collection. These poems written in Chinese – and the author’s own English translation – are an experiment in bilingualism: How am I a different person in a different language? Simple, direct and heart-felt, this book is an attempt to connect with a fictional beloved, a love letter to a mother tongue, and a reclamation of a dormant self. 多情的人与多情的城相遇擦出了火花,而《几首烂情诗》诞生了。谁说情诗必须有对象?《几首烂情诗》是赵燕芬的第一本双语诗集,以一双带着童真浪漫的眼睛给平凡的世界添上了颜色。 Pap...

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  • Pooja Nansi

    Love Is An Empty Barstool

    $16.00

    The poems in this collection are best read with a glass of single malt but they work equally well in a quiet place at twilight. Test on a small area first – especially if you are in possession of a broken (or breaking) heart and see your bartender immediately if side effects persist. Paperback: 45 PagesProduct Dimensions: 125 x 210 mmISBN: 9789810777166 Published by Math Paper Press

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  • Nuril Basr

    Love, Lies And Indomee

    $18.00

    Independent career woman Ratu needs a boyfriend—now. She can’t stand her mother’s nagging, and she’d rather die than be forced into an arranged marriage. Taking matters into her own hands, she trawls the internet in hopes of finding her dream man: tall, slim and look like a model. So when she meets a handsome stranger online who ticks all the boxes, will he turn out to be Mr Right?Love, Lies and Indomee is a sharp and witty novel about the struggles of finding love in 21st-century Jakarta.Pap...

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  • O Thiam Chin

    Love, Or Something Like Love

    $22.00

    A woman reminded of her past through the acts of her grandson. A band of swordsmen on a failed mission. The forbidden love of Zheng He, the great Chinese Admiral. A young daughter forming a strange bond with her deceased father’s cat. Presenting ten stories in his fifth collection, O Thiam Chin plumbs the joy and despair, hopes and fears of men and women caught up by their past and confounded by lost loves. Taut, dark and visceral, these stories reveal, once again, the mysteries that lie in t...

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  • Daryl Qilin Yam

    Lovelier, Lonelier

    $24.00

    We are currently accepting pre-orders for this title. Orders of this title are expected to be fulfilled by late-October 2021. Click here to find out more about when your pre-order will ship. Three moments of reckoning over two decades bind together the fates of four unlikely friends. Comet Hyakutake, the Great Comet of 1996, passes closer to the Earth than any other comet in 200 years. At the same time, strange and inexplicable incidents occur across Kyoto, resulting in the disappearances of ...

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  • X' Ho* + Arcn Templ

    Lucifugous CD

    $28.00

    Special guest: ARA OPHIDIA, DHARMA, BANI HAYKAL Songs & lyrics by X' Recorded and produced by ARCN TEMPL Basic tracks recorded at The Well, September - October 2010 Additional arrangement and recording at The Black Axis, April - June 2012 Mixed by Leslie Low at The Well, June 2012 Mastered by James Plotkin Photography by Vivian Wang Art & Design by Lasse Marhaug ..Sodom Me Her Soul’s Demise Nosferatu Lord of Mirage Zombie Hitler Youth Lucifugous Lamb (Von) Satan’s Blood Rosalie’s Fray...

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  • BooksActually

    Lunch Time With Pico

    $15.00

    Illustrated by Shu Meet Pico, everyone's cat best friend! She spends her days snuggling with hoomanz, getting belly rubs, watching the world from the window and dreaming about food. For Pico, it is always meal o'clock. Join Pico during lunch time with fun adventures and interactive cat-tastic activities! Haven't got enough of our cats? Join us in this three part series of our resident cats, Cake, Pico and Lemon, showcasing their daily life judging hoomanz, craving for food and being the real ...

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  • Sandi Tan

    Lurkers

    $41.00

    The residents of Santa Claus Lane do their best to stay out of each other’s way, but desire, fury and mischief too often propel these suburban neighbors to collide. Precocious Korean American sisters Mira and Rosemary find their world rocked by a suicide, and they must fight to keep their home; a charismatic and creepy drama teacher grooms his students; a sardonic gay horror novelist finds that aging is more terrifying than any monster; and a white hippie mom and her adopted Vietnamese daught...

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  • Choy Wai Yuen

    Madam Choy's Cantonese Recipes

    $22.00

    Having turned 85 years old this year, Madam Choy has a collection of Cantonese recipes which she has kept from newspapers and magazines over the last fifty years—all of them fondly adapted to her own style. Born in a well-to-do family in Seremban, she didn’t really have a chance to cook until she was married at 16 and came to Singapore. Her love for cooking grew only in 1957, when she moved to a bigger house with a large kitchen of her own. As someone who has a discerning tongue, Madam Choy o...

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  • Maureen Yeo

    Make Animals Great Again And Other Creature Campaigns

    $16.00

    Illustrated by Gracie Chai The older animals of Singapore are worried about the deteriorating values of the Next Generation. So the Animal Council is convened and it is agreed that a new leader is needed. But who will they choose? Some animals think leadership should be inherited (Horseshoe Crab says he is literally blue-blooded, so he should lead!), but many disagree. So a competition is held, and the insects send Weaver Ant, who thinks she can win based on strength. Other critters also step...

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  • Alfian Sa'at

    Malay Sketches

    $23.00

    Malay Sketches is a collection of stories that borrows its name from a book of anecdotes by colonial governor Frank Swettenham, describing Malay life on the Peninsula. In Alfian Sa’at’s hands, these sketches are reimagined as flash fictions that record the lives of members of the Malay community in Singapore. With precise and incisive prose, Malay Sketches offers the reader profound insights into the realities of life as an ethnic minority.Paperback: 232 PagesProduct Dimensions: 130 x 200 mmI...

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  • Hidayah Amin

    Malay Weddings Don't Cost $50

    $29.00

    Malay Weddings Don't Cost $50 is a collection of 42 articles which serves as a guide to Malay culture and heritage, lifestyle and personas. The book highlights some Malay customs and practices, including controversial issues such as virginity, circumcision, supernatural beings, and the infamous '$50-Malay-wedding' remark that triggered a heated debate on racism in Singapore in October 2012. It also includes a number of stories originally published under the "Let's Lepak!" (Let's Chill!) colum...

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  • Tan Kok Seng

    Man Of Malaysia

    $17.00

    In this revealing follow-up to his bestselling autobiography Son of Singapore, Tan Kok Seng finds himself in Malaysia as a British diplomat’s chauffeur. While driving luminaries like author Han Suyin around, Tan falls in love with Heung, a servant with dark brown eyes. Despite parental objections, they marry and have a child in secret. When he is laid off, Tan’s comfortable life suddenly collapses. To support his family, he must take on a variety of jobs, including soap salesman, egg seller a...

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  • Ning Cai

    Manipulation

    $16.00

    The second book in an exciting new YA mystery trilogy about a teenage savant on the trail of her family’s killer, from the multi-talented Ning Cai, international magic celebrity and author. Six months after teen savant Maxine Schooling helped the CID capture the Singapore Spectre, she has been once again roped into a murder investigation. An unrelated grouping of people is being killed by what witnesses can only refer to as a vampire. At the same time, Max meets a former colleague of her pare...

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  • Debby Ng and Darel Seow

    Marvellous Mammals

    $24.00

    We know that dogs bark, cats meow, and cows moo. But do you know dholes whistle “whee-whee”, wild boars grunt “grrt grrt”, and siamangs call out “ooh-wow-wow”? The Southeast Asian forests are full of incredible wildlife waiting to be discovered. In the humid nature reserves of Singapore city, high up the mountain trees of New Guinea, and in the tropical rivers of Irrawaddy, a multitude of mammals live their unseen lives. They await a bold explorer to learn their secrets. Could that explorer b...

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  • Morgan Chua

    Mdm Kwa

    $26.00

    Kwa Geok Choo was most famously known as the woman behind the man who shaped Singapore. But more than just the wife of the late PM Lee Kuan Yew, she was also a brilliant scholar, a Peranakan doyenne, a successful lawyer and the mother of Singapore’s current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, all of which she accomplished quietly, modestly and behind the scenes. Morgan Chua chronicles, in his unique, droll style, the untold life of the one whom LKY lovingly called “Choo”. Paperback: 144 PagesProd...

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    Md Mukul Hossine

    Me Migrant

    $12.00

    Me migrantBeyond bordersMislaying smilesDawn to dusk then dawn again Me Migrant features the poems of Md Mukul Hossine – poems originally written in Bengali by Mukul, transcreated by Singapore poet Cyril Wong based on English translations by Fariha Imran and Farouk Ahammed. It represents the voice of hope and inclusiveness, of longing and dreaming, of service and heart. This collection was born of the friendship between volunteers of community clinic HealthServe and foreign construction worke...

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