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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators

World Guide

On the Web: Articles

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Human Rights Watch: Singapore.

WWW Virtual Library.

In the Library: Articles

Bernstein, Dennis & Leslie Kean. "Singapore's blood money: hanging drug couriers but investing with their suppliers," Nation (10/20/97):11-16.

Buruma, Ian. "Asia world," NY Review of Books (6/12/03):54-57. Reflections on theme parks & authoritarianism in contemporary East Asia.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Ban Kha Choon; Ann Pakir & Tong Chee Kiong (eds.) Imagining Singapore (Singapore: Eastern Universities, 2004).

Barr, Michael D. Lee Kwan Yew: The Beliefs Behind the Man (Washington: Georgetown U., 2000).

Chee Soon Juan. Your Future, My Faith, Our Freedom: A Democratic Blueprint for Singapore (Singapore: Open Singapore Centre, 2001).

Gomez, James. Self-Censorship: Singapore's Shame (Singapore: Think Centre, 2000).

Ho Kha Leong. The Politics of Policy-Making in Singapore (NY: Oxford, 2000).

Kong, Lily & Brenda S.A. Yeoh. The Politics of Landscapes in Singapore: Constructions of "Nation" (Syracuse NY: Syracuse U., 2003).

Siddique, Sharon & Nirmala Puru Shotam. Singapore's Little India. Past, Present & Future (Singapur: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1982).

Worthington, Ross. Governance in Singapore (NY: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003).

Yeo, Robert. The Singapore Trilogy (Singapore: Landmark, 2001).

In the Library: Fiction

Geok, Leong Leu (ed.) More than Half the Sky: Creative Writings by Thirty Singaporean Women (Singapore: Times, 1998).

Koh, Andrew. Glass Cathedral (Singapore: EP¦, 1995). Gay student life in Singapore.

Lau, Siew Mei. Playing Madame Mao (Chichester: Summersdale, 2002).

Lim, Catherine. The Bondmaid (Woodstock NY: Overlook, 1997). Domestic slavery in 1950s.

Loh, Vyvyane. Breaking the Tongue: A Novel (NY: Norton, 2004). Fall of Singapore to Japanese in 1940-41.

Rajendran, A. Thiru's Story (Singapore: Gatehouse, 1995).

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Photography

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