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Appendix 2 - Some Books on the Peranakan Chinese Published between 2007 and 2021

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 September 2023

Leo Suryadinata
Affiliation:
ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute
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Ang Yan Goan. 2009. Memoar Ang Yan Goan. Jakarta: Yayasan Nabil and Hasta Mitra.

Anggraeni, Dewi. 2010. Mereka Bilang Aku China: Jalan Mendaki Menjadi Bagian Bangsa. Yogyakarta: Bentang Pustaka.

Chia, Ruth, Linda Kow and Soh Tiang Keng. 2019. Chia Ann Siang and Family: The Tides of Fortune. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia).

Dawis, Aimee. 2009. The Chinese of Indonesia and Their Search for Identity: The Relationship between Collective Memory and the Media. New York:

Cambria Press.

Go Tik Swan. 2008. Jawa Sejati: Otobiografi Go Tik Swan Hardjonagoro, Seperti yang dituturkan kepada Rustopo. Jakarta: Yayasan Nabil.

Jahja, Junus. 2009. Catatan Orang Indonesia. Jakarta: Kumunitas Bambu.

Julianto, Irwan (Penggagas). 2009. Peranakan Tionghoa di Indonesia: Sebuah Perjalanan Budaya. Jakarta: Lintas Budaya Indonesia and Intisari.

Jusuf, Tedy. 2015. Kacang Mencari Kulitnya: Seorang Tionghoa Anak Bangsa yang Menempuh Perjalanan Hidup sebagai Prajurit TNI. Jakarta: Privately published.

. 2021. Menggapai Kesetaraan: Kisah Terbentuknya PSMTI. Jakarta: No publisher.

Kee Ming-Yuet; Low Hock Seng. 2009. Peranakan Chinese Porcelain: Vibrant Festive Ware of the Straits Chinese. Singapore: Tuttle Publishing.

Knapp, Ronald. G. 2013. The Peranakan Chinese Home: Art Culture in Daily Life. Singapore: Tuttle Publishing.

Kusno, Abidin. 2016. Visual Cultures of the Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia. London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

Lee, Peter H. 2014. Sarong Kebaya: Peranakan Fashion in an Interconnected World 1500–1950. Singapore: Asian Civilisations Museum. (The electronic version was published by the Cambridge University Press, 2017).

Lev, Daniel S. 2011. No Concessions: The Life of Yap Thiam Hien, Indonesian human rights lawyer. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Ong Kiat Neo, Christine. 2019. Nyonya Kebaya Peranakan Heritage Fashion. London: Transnational Press.

Ooi Kee Beng. 2010. In Lieu of Ideology: An Intellectual Biography of Goh Keng Swee. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

. 2020. As Empires Fell: The Life and Times of Lee Hau-Shik. Singapore: ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

Pearson, Stuart. 2008. Bitter Sweet: The Memoir of a Chinese Indonesian Family in the Twentieth Century. Singapore: NUS Press

Post, Peter. 2018. The Kwee Family of Ciledug: Family, Status and the Modernity in Colonial Java. Edam, Netherlands: LM Publishers.

Salmon, Claudine. 2010. Sastra Indonesia Awal: Kontribusi Orang Tionghoa. Jakarta: Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia.

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