Chinese Adaptation and Diversity: Essays on Society and Literature in Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore

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Leo Suryadinata
NUS Press, 1993 - 212 halaman
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The Malayan flora is one of the richest in the world. This book gives a brief systematic account of all the major groups of seed plants classified under 41 orders and 178 families that are represented by native or naturalized plants in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. Within each order, a list of families, an account of the diagnostic characters, a key to the families, and a brief note on the systematic position, the evolutionary trends, or other points of interest, are included. Within each family, a simple description, a short note on the distribution, and, in most cases, a key to the Malayan genera are presented. For easy reference, two appendices containing a list of orders and family names in Malay and Chinese, a simple artificial key to the common Malayan families, and a glossary are also provided.
  

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A Study of the
28
Local Chinese Banks in Singapore
57
The State and Chinese Minority in Indonesia
77
From Peranakan Chinese Literature to Indonesian
101
Literature in English by Chinese in MalayaMalaysia
120
Chinese Language Literature in Malaya and Singapore
169
Appendices
206
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