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Utopia Guide to Malaysia (2nd Edition) : the Gay and Lesbian Scene in 17 Cities Including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Langkawi By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded its 2nd Edition of the first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Malaysia. Explore 17 cities including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Melaka,... More > Kota Kinabalu, and Langkawi. Listings include maps, organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike. The Utopia Guide to Malaysia is a landmark look at one of Asia's hottest gay and lesbian scenes.< Less
Utopia Guide to Malaysia (2nd Edition) : the Gay and Lesbian Scene in 17 Cities Including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Langkawi By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded its 2nd Edition of the first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Malaysia. Explore 17 cities including Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Melaka,... More > Kota Kinabalu, and Langkawi. Listings include maps, organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike. The Utopia Guide to Malaysia is a landmark look at one of Asia's hottest gay and lesbian scenes.< Less
Memories of Singapore and Malaya By Derek Tait
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Memories of Singapore and Malaya during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s through the eyes of members of the Forces and their families.
Memories of Singapore and Malaya By Derek Tait
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Memories of Singapore and Malaya during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s through the eyes of members of the Forces and their families.
Translating the Devil: Captain Llewellyn C Fletcher Canadian Army Intelligence Corps In Post War Malaysia and Singapore By Gordon D. Feir
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After the Japanese surrender in Malaya and Singapore in 1945, the British and their allies spent two years rebuilding governments and stabilizing economies. This included establishing security and... More > collecting evidence on captured Japanese military personnel for war crime trials. To assist in this task a group of Canadian servicemen in the newly formed Army Intelligence Corps were sent to assist their commonwealth colleagues in translating military documents and interrogating Japanese prisoners. Translating the Devil is a collection of memoirs and notes made by Captain Llewellyn Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence. They are compiled as a chronological narrative in a form that may be shared by historians, colleagues and old friends. Fletcher lived in Japan as a language instructor at Keio University between 1927 and 1931. When the Japanese invaded SE Asia he volunteered his services to the War Department in Ottawa since he could read and speak Japanese.< Less
Translating the Devil: Captain Llewellyn C. Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence Corps in Post War Malaysia and Singapore By Gordon D. Feir
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After the Japanese surrender in Malaya and Singapore in 1945, the British and their allies spent two years rebuilding governments and stabilizing economies. This included establishing security and... More > collecting evidence on captured Japanese military personnel for war crime trials. To assist in this task a group of Canadian servicemen in the newly formed Army Intelligence Corps were sent to assist their commonwealth colleagues in translating military documents and interrogating Japanese prisoners. Translating the Devil is a collection of memoirs and notes made by Captain Llewellyn Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence. They are compiled as a chronological narrative in a form that may be shared by historians, colleagues and old friends. Fletcher lived in Japan as a language instructor at Keio University between 1927 and 1931. When the Japanese invaded SE Asia he volunteered his services to the War Department in Ottawa since he could read and speak Japanese.< Less
Master, I Wait By Sally Jennings
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Three stories from the 1950s by a master storyteller: the strong link between man and dog in Singapore; false identity in London at Christmas; and cultural challenges in dancing the bersilat, based... More > on Malay martial arts.< Less
Master, I Wait By Sally Jennings
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Three stories from the 1950s by a master storyteller: the strong link between man and dog in Singapore; false identity in London at Christmas; and cultural challenges in dancing the bersilat, based... More > on Malay martial arts.< Less
Malaysia: A Country Profile By Library of Congress, Federal Research Division
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Capital: Since 1999 Putrajaya (25 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur) has been the administrative capital and seat of government. Parliament still meets in Kuala Lumpur, but most ministries are located... More > in Putrajaya. Major Cities: Kuala Lumpur is the only city with a population greater than 1 million persons (1,305,792 according to the most recent census in 2000). Other major cities include Johor Bahru (642,944), Ipoh (536,832), and Klang (626,699). Independence: Peninsular Malaysia attained independence as the Federation of Malaya on August 31, 1957. Later, two states on the island of Borneo—Sabah and Sarawak—joined the federation to form Malaysia on September 16, 1963.< Less
Preserved Intellect Also inclu By Estevez Ruiz J.M.
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I would like to thank industries/institutions that supported me in my research that resulted in many pictures and information used in this book: • Widia (India), Bangalore (now known as... More > Kennametal Widia), which helped me in developing the TiC-coated TiC tool. They were kind enough to furnish many cutting tools and micrographs. • Central Manufacturing Technology Institute, Bangalore for lending their Machine Tools Design Handbook, giving details of their clean rooms in the Precision Engineering Centre and their Diamond Turning Machine Tool (India’s first). • Kennametal Inc., Latrobe, USA for funding my work at Tennessee Technological University (1993–1998) and furnishing me with the tools and micrographs while I was with the University Technology Malaysia, Johor Bahru. I am also grateful for their help in developing the Bondless Diamond Grinding Wheel.< Less