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DR. LEW BON HOI @ LIEW BOON HOOI
Ph.D. (Xiamen University, China)
M.A. (Malay University, Malaysia)
B.A. (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
03-8739 2770(EXT:6220)
bonhoi.lew@newera.edu.my / bonhoi.lew@gmail.com
Lecturer (Jan 2003- 2010), Senior Lecturer (2010 - 201801) New Era University College
Associate, Professor (2018-present), Senate committee member (2018- )
Visiting Fellow (2009-Present) Centre of Oversea Chinese Resources, Huaqiao University, China

Southeast Asia Studies, Oversea Chinese Studies, and history of Sino-foreign communication

Journal Articles

  1. Discuss on the Heaven Laws and Supernatural in Confucianism, Rosa Sinensis, 15:36-40, March 1995.
  2. Discussion on the Dilemma Faced by Chinese Culture in Malaysia, in Special Issue of the Alumni Association of National Taiwan University, 1966,1996,pp26-30.
  3. The Dilemma and Prospect of Chinese Educational Movement in Malaysia, Rosa Sinensis, 2:24-30, March 2000.
  4. The Collaboration and Separation of Dong Zong, Jiao Zong and MCA, Rosa Sinensis, 7:49-59, Jan 2001.
  5. Some Interpretation for the Reports on China in the Malay Annal, Rosa Sinensis, 12:32-40, November 2001.
  6. The Origin of the Name 'Malaysia', Rosa Sinensis, 14:72-78, March 2002.
  7. A Historic Interpretation of the Causes Leading to the Problems in Malay Society, Rosa Sinensis, 17:44-55, December 2002.
  8. From “Nanyang Studies” to “Chinese Studies”: Phases of Twentieth Century historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore from Chinese Sources, Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies, 6:71-100, 2003.
  9. An Assessment of the Academic Traditions from the Ching Dynasty in the Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, Journal of Overseas Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies(Taiwan), 14(1):71-92, January 2004.
  10. Lim Lian Geok’s Last Twenty Four Years (1961-1985), New Era College Journal, 1:19-47, April 2004.
  11. An Overview of the Works of Malaysian and Singaporean Writers on 20th Century Malayan History, Rosa Sinensis, 25:34-44, December 2004.
  12. Directions of Development and Shifts in Historical Consciousness in the Historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore(1930–2004): Some Perspectives Based on Publication of Newspapers, Periodicals as well as Magazines and Establishment of Academic Societies, Asian Culture (Singapore), 29:113-127, June 2005.
  13. Discussions on the Status and Significance of Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Singapore, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 1:32-37, April 2006.
  14. Perseverance: Loot Ting Yee, Malaysia Chinese Education, 5:57-66, June 2006.
  15. An Assessment of Xu Yunqiao’s Contributions to the Academia in Malaysia and Singapore, New Era College Journal, 3:1-27, 2006.
  16. The Brief Biography of Yuan Yuan Zhang-Jiao Zong's first Consultant, Chinese Education in Malaysia, 2007 Jun, 6:53-60
  17. The Relationship between Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Chinese Academic, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 3:10-14, April 2007.
  18. The Pioneers of Malayan Studies in Malaysia and Singapore: Brief Introduction of Administrator-Scholar, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:40-47, October 2007.
  19. W. E. Maxwell: Promoter of Malay Studies, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:48-51, October 2007.
  20. R. J. Wilkinson: The Linkage between the Past and the Future on Malay Studies, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:52-55, October 2007.
  21. R. O. Winstedt: The Eminent Scholar of Malay Studies, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:56-60.
  22. The methodology and difficulty in ancient historical toponymy on Chinese and foreign transportation history, New Era College Journal, 4:17-29, 2007.
  23. Historical resources, methodology and theories: Main body construction for “Ethnic Chinese Studies” using Chinese as a language medium in Malaysia and Singapore, Overseas Chinese History Studies(Peking), 81:22-31, March 2008.
  24. Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Historical Philology, New Era College Journal, 5:3-19, 2008.
  25. An Assessment of Amateur Scholars and Their Writing Tradition in Malaysia and Singapore, Asian Culture (Singapore), 33:94-107, Jun 2009. Also in NG Yean Leng(ed.), The Continuing Interpretation: A Collection of Critical Essays on Mahua Literature, KL: Persatuan Penulis-penulis Aliran Cina Malaysia, 2010, pp. 9-33.
  26. The beginnings of Research on Southeast Asia Studies in the West before the Second World War, South Sea Journal(Singapore), 63:9-56, Dec 2009.
  27.  Nanyang Supplement in 1930s Sin Chew Jit Poh, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 9:75-78, June 2010.
  28. An Assessment of Liu Shimu and His Works, Shijie Huaqiao Huaren Yanjiu, pt3, Dec 2010, pp.113-125.
  29. Overview of Malaya and Singapore Chinese Southeast Asian studies journals (1940-2010), Humanities and Chinese Studies, 10:96-106, Dec, 2010, pp. 96-106.
  30. Comments on English Sources on the Southeast Asia Studies in Malaysia and Singapore from 1800 to 1876, Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 8:1, April, 2011, pp. 127-160.
  31. An Assessment on Academic Source in the Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, in Journal of Sinological Studies, No.2, 2011, pp. 15-37.
  32. The Mechanism and Spread of Malaysian Chinese Culture, Journal of Huaqiao University (Philosophy & Social Sciences), June, 2012,no2, pp. 22-28.
  33. Comments on the English Researches on Malayan History from 1877-1941, Chung-Hsing Journal of History, June, 2012, Vol. 25, pp. 149-179.
    An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Chinese Studies, South Asian Studies, Oct, 2012, no. 5, pp. 88-93, 112.
  34. An Assessment of Folk Legends in Malaysia and Singapore, Journal of Chinese Literature of National Cheng Kung University, Dec, 2012, no. 39, pp. 169-196.
  35. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Malaya and Siam Studies, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and social Sciences, June, 2013, 2: 2, pp. 13-27.
  36. Social Services and Contributions of Chinese Merchants in Malaysia and Singapore during the British Colonial Period, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and social Sciences, June, 2014,3: 1, pp. 31-51.
  37. Lien Shih Sheng’s life in Malaysia and Singapore (1948-1972), from Xue Wen, January 2015, Vol 7, pp. 13-23.
  38. “Statistics and Analysis of Village-based Associations of Southern Fujian in Malaysia”,in Journal of World Confederation of institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, Sept, 2015, Vol 1, pp. 186-199.
  39. “Sino-Malay Goodwill Assessed: The Case of Kampung Baru Machap, Melaka”(Co. with Zhuang Guoming), in Overseas Chinese Journal of Bagui, June, 2016, Vol. 2, pp40-44.
  40. “Types of Malaysian local Chinese historical documents and its affect on Chorography Research”, Oversea Chinese History Studies,Sept, 2016, Vol. 3, pp80-88.
  41. “Note on Chinese Culture of Malaya and Singapore before 1945”, Journal of Chinese Oversea,V4, March 2017, pp164-183.
  42. “An Assessment of Content and Features of Malaysia as a Chinese Culture Sphere”,The International Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies,Vol9:2, 2017 Dec, pp.49-67.

Books

  1. A Collection of Calligraphy work by Sim Mow Yu, (ed), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1995, 318 pp.
  2. Undying fire, (ed.), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1996, 329 pp.
  3. A Chronological Biography of Sim Mow Yu, (ed), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1997, 238 pp.
  4. A Collection of Speeches and Writings by Sim Mow Yu, (ed), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1998, 488 pp.
  5. The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia and Its Leaders (1951-2005), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 2006, 285 pp.
  6. The Correspondence of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies, New Era College, 2007, 487 pp.
  7. A Collection of the History and Figures of Chinese Education in Malaysia, Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2007, 220 pp.
  8. The Confucian Chronicle, 1906-2006, Confucian Private Secondary School, 2008, 212pp.
  9. Eighty Years of Historiography in Malaysia and Singapore: From ‘Nanyang Studies’ to ‘Chinese Studies’ (1930-2009), Shanghai: Shangliang, 2011, 344 pp.
  10. Observations on the History of Academic Research in Malaysia and Singapore (edit with NG Yean Leng.), Selangor: New Era College, 2011, 196pp.
  11. The Collected Works of Zhang Liqian, I-III, Selangor: New Era College, 2013, 1217pp.
  12. The Chinese of Triang District: Local History and Source Materials, Kajang: New Era College, 2013, 442 pp.
  13. Hsu Yun Tsiao, Singapore: World Scientific, 2014, 243 pp.
  14. A History of Malaysia, Sungai Buloh: The Malaya Press SDN BHD, 2017, 414pp;Second edition, 2018, 476 pp.
  15. Collection Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2017, 306pp.

Article on books

  1. A Commentary on the Career of Sim Mow Yu, in A Chronological Biography of Sim Mow Yu (ed.), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1997,pp56-88.
  2. “Nanyang University, History Department’s Contribution of Teacher and Students on Malaysia and Singapore’s historical Studies”, in Essay on History of Nanyang University, pp. 195-237, 2004.
  3. “An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Literary Status and Limitations in the Historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore”, in Malaysian Chinese Culture and Education: review and prognosis, 2005, pp143-161.
  4. “Chinese Studies of Malaysia and Singapore from Chinese Sources”, in Riding the Winds and Wave, Bridging the Deep Blue Seas: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies 20th Anniversary 1985-2005 Commemorative Publication, December 2005, pp125-131.
  5.  “The Stereotype of Chinese Educationists: A Discussion on Tan Kah Kee, Tan Lark Sye and Lim Lian Geok”, in Fujianese in Southeast Asia (China), 2006, pp108-128.
  6. “The Contribution of Tuang Pik King on Chinese Education”, in Hundred years of Outstanding Figures and Events in Confusion Private Secondary School, 2007, pp. 281-287.
  7. “Zhang Li-Qian, Yao Nan and Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Singapore”, in Essays on Chinese Writers and Scholars during British Malaya 1786-1957, 2007, pp65-78.
  8. “An Assessment of Three translators in Chinese of Southeast Asia Studies, Leo Suryadinate”, Liang Bingfu(ed), Chinese Migration and Globalization: Migration, localization and communication, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre, 2011, pp. 87-100.
  9. “An Overview of Chinese Translation on Southeast Asian Studies in Malaysia and Singapore in the Pre-war Period (1930-1941)”, Ng Yean Leng(ed), Western Impressions of British Malaya, Selangor: Centre of Malaysian History, New Era College, 2011, pp. 3-16.
  10. “South Sea Studies in Malaysia and Singapore: Origin, Scope, Significance and Status”,Liu Pengze, Interaction and Innovation: Chinese Studies in Multidimensional Perspective (Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, 2011), pp. 494-509。
  11. “Chinese Studies on Malaysia and Singapore During the Last Three Decades, 1981-2010”,Yan Jiajian(ed.), The Field of Sinology -The 7th International Conference on Malaysian Sinology and Celebratory Proceedings of Prof. Tay Lian Soo’s 70th Birthday. Petaling: Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, 2011, pp. 289-326.
  12. “Malaysian Chinese Cultural Studies During the Last Three Decades, 1979-2010”, in Lew Bon Hoi, Ng Yean Leng(eds.), Observation on the History of Academic Research in Malaysia and Singapore, Kajang: NEW ERA College, 2011, pp31-40.
  13. “The Last fifteen Years of Sim Mou Yu: Activities, contributions and Constraints, 1994-2009”, in Ho Khai Leong(ed.), Sim Mow Yu in Malaysian History, Kuala Lumpur: LLG Cultural Development Centre, 2011, pp55-80.
  14. “An Assessment of Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Historical Study of East-West Relations”, Li Zhixiang(ed), South Sea Studies: Past, Presentand the Future (Singapore: South Sea Society and Global Publishing, 2012), pp. 205-235。
  15. “Studies of Malay Linguistics and Literature and the Writings of British Colonialists”,Lin Zhongqiang(eds.) Proceedings of the First Biannual Malaysian Chinese Research Conference (Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2013, pp. 289-322.
  16. “Zhang Liqian and South Sea Studies: A Patriotic Scholar Working for National Revival through Learning”, Ho Khai Leong(ed), Centennial Tracing: A Study of Historical Personalities in Malaysia and Singapore, Petaling: Centre for Chinese Studies Research, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, 2013, pp. 151-172.
  17. An assessment on the cult of Baosheng Dadi in Penang, Chen Yiyuan(ed.), “Zhou Maoqi, Xingji Gong and the cult of Baosheng Dadi” (Tainan: Research Centre for Humanities and Social Science, NCKU; Tainan Da Kuan-yin Ting Xingji Gong, 2013), pp. 307-320.
  18. A brief account of the Chinese of Triang, Lew Bon Hoi(ed.) The Chinese of Triang District: Local History and Source Materials, (Kajang: New Era College, 2013), pp. 1-31.
  19. The role of KLSCAH in the cultural field (co-authored with Zhu Jinfang), Tan Ah Chai The 90th Anniversary Commemorative Issues of KLSCAH (Kuala Lumpur: The Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, 2015), pp. 239-260.
  20. An Overview of Studies on Lim Lian Geok in the past 20 years (1986-2008), Tan Liok Ee et al. Collected Essays on Lim Lian Geok (Selangor, Kuala Lumpur: New Era College, LLG Cultural Development Centre, The Federation of Alumni Association of Taiwan Universities, Malaysia, 2015), pp. 243-254.
  21. Dong Jiao Zong’s struggle for the rights of first language education (1951-2006), Zhang Xiaowei (ed.) Traditions and Foresight: New Visions on Malaysian Chinese Research. (Petaling Jaya: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Institute of Chinese Studies, 2015), pp. 97-117.

Conferences paper

  1. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Literary Status and Limitations in the Historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore, Malaysian Chinese Culture and Education: review and prognosis, Kuala Lumpur, 22-23 November 2003.
  2. The Stereotype of Chinese Educationists: A Discussion on Tan Kah Kee, Tan Lark Sye and Lim Lian Geok, International Symposium on ‘Fujian Studies’ in Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur, 20-21 August 2005.
  3. Zhang Li-Qian, Yao Nan and Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Singapore, The 1st New Era College Seminar on Southeast Asian Sinology: Chinese Scholars and Writers in British Malaya, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 25 March 2006.
  4. An analysis of Confucius’ ideas on “teaching” and “learning”, Third International Symposium on Confucianism-Confucian culture, values and modern sense, Macau, 26-28 September, 2006.
  5. A Brief Introduction of the Early South-East Asian Studies in English (1786-1877) International Symposium: Sino-Malaysian Relations and Ethnic Chinese in Malaysia, Xiamen University, China, 19-23 April 2007.
  6. Southsea Studies in Malaysia and Singapore: Origin, Scope, Significance and Status, The Fourth International Conference of Institutes & Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies,Interaction and Innovation: Multidimensional Perspectives in Chinese Oversea Studies, Jinan University, Guangzhou, 9-11 May 2009.
  7. An Overview of Studies on Lim Lian Geok in the past 20 years, 1986-2008, National Seminar on Lim Lian Geok and the Malay World, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 19 September 2009.
  8. The Concept of Southeast Asia Studies at 1930s, East Asia Regional Integration:Diaspora and Impact International Conference, Xiamen University, China, 19-20, Oct, 2009.
  9. The Twilight Years of Sim Mow Yu–His Activities, Contributions and Limitations (1994-2009), “The International Seminar–Sim Mow-Yu in History”, LLG Foundation, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 12-13 Dec 2009.
  10. An Overview of Chinese Translation on Southeast Asian Studies in Malaysia and Singapore in the Pre-war Period (1930-1941), The 2nd Seminar on British Malaya Studies in Malaysia- The Western Impression in British Malaya, Sarawak and Sabah, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 6 Feb 2010.
  11. The 7th International Conference on Sinology in Malaysia, “Chinese Studies in Malaysia and Singapore at the Past 30 Years, 1981-2010”, University Malaya, Malaysia, 20-21 March 2010.
  12. An Assessment of Three translators in Chinese of Southeast Asia Studies, 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas, NTU, Singapore, 7-9 May 2010.
  13. An Assessment of Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Literary Works, A Sense of Home: The 3rd International Conference of Mahua Literary, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 7-8 Aug 2010.
  14. An Assessment of Hsu Yun Tsiao’s History of East-West Relation Studies, The 70th Anniversary Symposium of South Sea Society: The Retrospection, Present, and Perspective of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Dec 11, 2010.
  15. Pre-war Writings in English on the History of Malaysia, 2011 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan, Graduate Institute of Asian Studies, Tamsui Campus, Tamkang University, April 29-30, 2011.
  16. Summary and direction of the struggle of Malaysia Jiaozong, International Conference on Overseas Chinese Societies Construction in the Internet Era, Overseas Chinese Institute, Hua Qiao University, May 13-17, 2011.
  17. Lien Shih Sheng’s life in Malaysia and Singapore (1948-1972), “Journey of Chinese Modern Literature” and International Conference of Sino-Malaysian Literature Research. Shaoxing University, Zhejiang, September 1-4, 2011.
  18. Zhang Liqian and Nanyang Studies, Conference on Malaysian/Singapore Chinese Historical Personalities, Centre for Chinese Studies Research, UTAR, and Singapore Asian Studies Society, Dec 3-4, 2011.
  19. Social Services and Contributions of the Malayan Chinese Businessmen during the British Colonial Era, International Conference, “Socioeconomic Development, Ethnicity and Social Cohesion: China and Malaysia in Perspective”, jointly organized by Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya and Faculty of Political Science, Qinghai Nationalities University, April 25-26, 2012.
  20. Ethnic recognition and First Language Education Struggles of Dong Jiao Zong, 2012 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan, National Chi Nan University, April 27-28, 2012.
  21. Studies of Malayan Literature and written record by English Colonials. Inaugural Biennial Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies, June 9-10, 2012.
  22. Social Services and Contributions of the Malaya and Singapore Chinese Merchants during the British Colonial Era. The 3rd Malaysian Symposium on “Chinese Societies of Malaya, Sarawak and North Borneo (Sabah) during the British Colonial Era”. Sarawak Chinese Cultural Association and New Era College Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, September 30, 2012.
  23. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Malaya and Siam Studies. Conference on “Malaysian Chinese in Historical Context: Interpretation and Assessment”, New Era College Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, Kajang, November 24-25,2012.
  24. International Conference on Sinology and Malaysian Chinese Studies,commemorating Professor Lim Chooi Kwa’s 70th Birthday,2012.
  25. Investigation on the Cult of Baosheng Dadi in Penang. International Conference on Xing Ji Gong and the cult of Baosheng Dadi, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, September 13-14, 2013.
  26. Investigation of Min Nan clans in Malaysian. Conference on Exploring and Revisiting Issues in Malaysian Chinese Research, New Era College, Kajang, November 8-9, 2014.
  27. An Assessment of Content and Features of Malaysia as a Third Sinosphere, 2015 ISSCO regional conference “East Asia and the Chinese Overseas”, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. May 28-30, 2015.
  28. Folk Religion of the Malaysian Min Nan People, “International Conference on Min Nan Culture”, Institute of Chinese Studies, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia, November 6-7, 2015.
  29. Classifications of Malaysian Folk History Documents and its effect on local chronicles research. The 7th Forum on Folk History Documents. Xiamen University Department of History, Xiamen, November 21-22, 2015.
  30. Development of Anxi-Guanqiao-Shanyi Liao Clansmen in Malaysia. The 2nd Southeast Asian Hokkiens Conference, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Association. December 12-13, 2015.
  31. “An Assessment on Sun Yat-sen’s Sojourn Abord in Malaysia and Singapore”, 2016 International Conference on Sun Yat-sen’s Sojourn Abord, 15-16 Oct, 2016.
  32. “An Introduction to Malaysia and Singapore's Cultural Development in Pre – war”, History and Responsibility: the development of Chinese education and Chinese literature in the context of One Belt One Road Conference, 28-30 Oct, 2016.
  33. International Forum on Economy and Culture in Jinjian, Malaysia,The Four Deeds of Malaysia outstanding Jinjian figure, Sim Mou Yu, 19 Nov, 2016.
  34. The suggestion on the Writing of Chinese Social History in Malaysia in Recent 100 Years, International Conference for ‘Malaysian-Singaporean Chinese Studies: History, Politics and Culture’, Beijing University, 4-5 Dec, 2016.
  35. Nocha Belief in Malaysia: Nocha Temple at Klang, Selangor as the object of discussion, Taiwan Xinying Nocha Temple, and National History Department, Taiwan Cheng Kong University, The 2nd international conference of NOCHA religious belief, 17-18 Dec,2016.
  36. 2017年3月3-6日,厦门华侨大学和新纪元大学学院联合主办“闽藉华侨华人与马来西亚发展学术工作坊”,提呈<高密度发展:日落洞的十间华文小学>。
  37. 2017年7月2日,新纪元大学学院主办“一带一路与马来西亚汉学”国际学术研讨会,提呈<马来西亚华人研究概况(1930-迄今)>论文。
  38. On the Network of Education of Fujian origin, Malaysia, International Symposium to mark the 90th Anniversary of Southeast Asian Studies and Overseas Chinese Studies at Jinan University, 15-16 July, 2017
  39. The Introduction to Food and Beverage History on Malaysia Chinese, The 2nd Conference on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, new Era University College, 4-5 Nov, 2017.
  40. The introduction to folk belief on Malaysia Chinese, Temples, Trust and Trade: Chinese Temple Networks in Southeast Asia, NUS, 21-22 Nov, 2017

Editorial Board

  1. Editorial Board of Collection of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, 2005- 2018
  2. Editorial Board of Hundred Years History of Confucian Private Secondary School, 2006-2010
  3. Editorial Boardof Humanities and Chinese Studies, 2006- present
  4. Editorial Boardof Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2012-present
  5. Editorial Board of Journal of World Confederation of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, 2016-present

Encyclopedia and Dictionary

  1. Huang Kunzhang (ed.), Encyclopedia of Chinese Overseas (Volume of education Science & Technology), Beijing: Chinese Overseas Publishing House, 1999.
  2. Leo Suryadinata, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, 2007-2008, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore.
  1. Project of Corpus of Zhang Li-Qian, 2010-2, RM50,000 Research Fund.
  2. Project of Malaysian Chinese personalities, 2009.05-2011.04, Ho Khai Leong (Team Leader) Lew Bon Hoi (Unit Leader) etc., RM 500,000 Research Fund.
  1. Selection Committeeof the Lim Lian Geok Spirit Award, 2009-2010

Member, Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 2000-present.
Member, Center for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2003-present.
Member, South Seas Society, 2009-present.

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