Publications

  • Books

    1. Margaret Kartomi. Musical Journeys in Sumatra. University of Illinois Press 2012 [Description]
    2. Ian Copland, Ian Mabbett, Asim Roy, Kate Brittlebank and Adam Bowles. A History of State & Religion in India. Routledge Studies in South Asian History 2012 [Description]
    3. Alexandra Haendel (ed.) Old Myths and New Approaches: Interpreting Ancient Religious Sites in Southeast Asia. Monash University Publishing 2012 [Description]
    4. John Powers, David Templeman (eds.) Historical Dictionary of Tibet. Scarecrow Press Inc 2012. [Description]
    5. Leon Comber. Singapore Correspondent. Political Dispatches from Singapore (1958-1962). Marshall Cavendish International Asia 2012. [Description]
    6. Leon Comber, Xu Liying. In Search of Temples. The Temples of the Singapore Chinese. Taoist College, Singapore 2012. [Description]
    7. Stephen Alomes, Peter Eckersall, Ross Mouer and Alison Tokita, eds. Outside Asia: Japanese and Australian Encounters & Identities in Flux. Japanese Studies Centre 2012. [Description]
    8. J Bruce Jacobs. Democratizing Taiwan. Brill 2012. [Description]
    9. Jemma Purdey. From Vienna to Yogyakarta: The Life of Herb Feith. UNSW Press 2011. [Description]

    Book Chapters

    1. Julio Jeldres. ‘Cambodia’s Relations with China: A Steadfast Friendship’, in Pou Sothirak, Geoff Wade, Mark Hong (eds.), Cambodia: Progress and Challenges since 1991. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2012. [Description]
    2. Julio Jeldres. ‘Cambodia’s Relations with France since the Paris Agreements of 1991′, in Pou Sothirak, Geoff Wade, Mark Hong (eds.), Cambodia: Progress and Challenges since 1991. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2012. [Description]
    3. Marika Vicziany. ‘Australia’s strategic and commercial engagement with South Asia under Kevin Rudd: The paradoxes’, in J Cotton & J Ravenhill (eds.), Australia in World Affairs 2006-2010. Oxford University Press & Australian Institute of International Affairs, 2011. [Description]

    Journal Articles

    1. Meei-Shyuan Lee, Lin-Yuan Huang, Yu-Hung Chang, Susana Tzy-Ying Huang, Hsiao-Li Yu, Mark L. Wahlqvist. Lower birth weight and diet in Taiwanese girls more than boys predicts learning impediments. Research in Developmental Disabilities 2012 [Summary].
    2. Tao Huang, Bin Yang, Jusheng Zheng, Guipu Li, Mark L. Wahlqvist, Duo Li. Cardiovascular disease mortality and cancer incidence in vegetarians: A meta-analysis and systematic review. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 2012. [Summary]
    3. Rosalind Chia-Yu Chen, Meei-Shyuan Lee, Yu-Hung Chang, Mark L Wahlqvist. Cooking frequency may enhance survival in Taiwanese elderly. Public Health Nutrition 2012. [Summary]
    4. Yuan-Ting Lo, Yu-Hung Chang, Meei-Shyuan Lee, Mark L WahlqvistDietary diversity and food expenditure as indicators of food security in older Taiwanese. Appetite 2012. [Summary]
    5. Rosalind Chia-Yu Chen, Yu-Hung Chang, Meei-Shyuan Lee, Mark L Wahlqvist. Dietary quality may enhance survival related to cognitive impairment in Taiwanese elderly. Food and Nutrition Research 2011. [Summary]
    6. Jing Geng, Wenjuan Xie, Guibin Zhang, Honggeng Zhou. Challenges for the unified financial supervision in the post-crisis era: Singaporean experience and Chinese practice. Journal of Financial and Economic Practice 2011. [Summary].
    7. Da-Ming Chu, Mark L Wahlqvist, Meei-Shyuan Lee, Hsing-Yi Chang. Central obesity predicts non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma mortality and overall obesity predicts leukemia mortality in adult Taiwanese. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2011. [Summary]

    Working Papers & Other Publications

    1. Marika Vicziany. Terrorism in Bombay (Mumbai) and India’s Historical Amnesia, in Tiffin Talks. Australian Institute of India, 2011 [Summary]
    2. Anita Doraisami. The Global Financial Crisis: Countercyclical Fiscal Policy Issues and Challenges in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Singapore. ADB Institute, 2011. [Summary]

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