HIGHLIGHTS

Cartography and the Rise of Colonial Empires in Asia

Chia Jie Lin highlights interesting cartographic efforts from the National Library’s latest exhibition on Asian maps.

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cartography

HIGHLIGHTS

Cartography and the Rise of Colonial Empires in Asia

Chia Jie Lin highlights interesting cartographic efforts from the National Library’s latest exhibition on Asian maps.

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cartography

HIGHLIGHTS

Cartography and the Rise of Colonial Empires in Asia

Chia Jie Lin highlights interesting cartographic efforts from the National Library’s latest exhibition on Asian maps.

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cartography

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The Final Hours of the Empress of Asia

The Empress of Asia sank off Tuas in February 1942 while carrying troops to fight off the Japanese invasion. Dan Black recounts her last days.

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the Asia
the Asia

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The Final Hours of the Empress of Asia

The Empress of Asia sank off Tuas in February 1942 while carrying troops to fight off the Japanese invasion. Dan Black recounts her last days.

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the Asia

highlights

The Final Hours of the Empress of Asia

The Empress of Asia sank off Tuas in February 1942 while carrying troops to fight off the Japanese invasion. Dan Black recounts her last days.

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In Their Own Words: The Early Years of The Substation

The development of the arts in Singapore is unimaginable without this arts centre. Key individuals from its early history tell Clarissa Oon how it got started.

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substation

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In Their Own Words: The Early Years of The Substation

The development of the arts in Singapore is unimaginable without this arts centre. Key individuals from its early history tell Clarissa Oon how it got started.

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substation

highlights

In Their Own Words: The Early Years of The Substation

The development of the arts in Singapore is unimaginable without this arts centre. Key individuals from its early history tell Clarissa Oon how it got started.

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substation