Architecture / History / General

Singapore Shophouse

SgShophouse_211pxby Julian Davison | photography by Luca Invernizzi Tettoni
Co-edition with the National Archives of Singapore

ISBN 9789810597160
Hardback 208 pages
Pub Date: Oct 2010
Price: S$60.00 (excl. GST)
BIC: AMC

The Singapore Shophouse is a fully researched and newly photographed celebration of a architectural style, still extant but sadly neglected over the years as Singapore has grown and become highrised ... ...

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Reporter: Forty Years Covering Asia

9789810873646_211pxby John McBeth
ISBN 9789810873646
Hardback; 400 pages
235 x 150mm
Pub Date: Jan 2011
Price: S$42.00 (excl. GST)
BIC: KNTJ

Reporter is an account of John McBeth's 40-year journey through Asia,more than half of that time as a correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review, the venerable magazine long regarded as the region's English language Bible on political and economic affairs. While necessarily a memoir, the book is more a reflection of the lives of a small group of foreign journalists ...
 

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A Perennial Feast – Food, Flavours, Restaurants & Recipes

9789810733520_211pxby Kim Inglis | photography by Jacob Termansen
ISBN 9789810733520
Hardback with Jacket; 176 pages
480 colour illustrations
Pub Date: December 2012
Price: S$46.68 (excl. GST)
BIC: WBA, WTL

A showcase of culinary excellence at the YTL group of hotels and resorts, this book is much more than a restaurant review or a recipe collection. Delving into the culture of a variety of cuisines, stretching from Malaysia and Southeast Asia into China, Japan and Europe, it takes readers on a gastronomic journey ...
 

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Singapore – Little Red Book

9789810814687Photography by Luca Invernizzi Tettoni
ISBN 9789810814687
Paperback Flexi Bind; 160 pages
Pub Date: Sep 2009
Price: S$9.95 (excl. GST)
BIC: WTM

Singapore is a microcosm of the many and varying cultures found in Asia. Everywhere you look you see a different face, another style of dress, a different building style: it’s a layered country, full of contradiction, yet homogenised. Like the country this new book showcases these particularly Singaporean sights: the contrasts and contradictions as well as the parallels. In a way no other book has achieved ...
 
 

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