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Chinatownology Contributors

Most of the articles in Chnatownology are produced by our team of in house researchers and writers, we also invite a range of experts to contribute articles.

These contributors are either experts in their respective field or have strong interest and knowledge about a particular subject issue. Their contributions create variety and depth to our range of subjects.

So, please meet our contributors:

Dr. Amy Rashap Ms Meah Ang See
Mr. Andrew Tee Mr Steve Warren
Ms. Arul Ramiah Mr. Tan Wee Cheng
Dr Jak Cambria Mr. Victor Yue
Ms Javier Lee Mr. William Wong

 

Dr. Amy Rashap is an American based in Singapore who have researched in Mythology and is interested in various facet of Asian culture.

Dr. Rashap contributed the article on Sri Mariamman temple

maskMs. Arul Ramiah is a classical Indian dance veteran who has been teaching and experimenting with the Indian classical dance form for over 30 years. Her father, Dr Ramiah, the architect of Singapore's tamil education system instilled in her the love for Tamil spirituality, arts and language. Arul's mother a temple singer gave her the gift of dance. Mrs Ramiah as the keeper of rituals and stories often regaled Arul with great stories of Tamil mythology and her childhood in Little India in Singapore. For more information refer to www.studioarul.com

Ms. Arul contributed the article Navarathri Festival at Sri Mariamman Temple

Mr. Andrew Tee is a Fengshui expert based in Singapore. He has conducted talks on Fengshui and is also a Feng Shui consultant.

Mr. Andrew contributed the article on Fengshui 风水

maskDr Jak Cambria is a New York based historian with interest and experience in Arab and Asian affairs and political economy.

Dr Cambria contributed the article on
London Chinatown

San Francisco Chinatown
Washington DC Chinatown
Overseas Chinese in Malaysia

Ms. Javier Li, a Teochew maiden born on the isle of Singapore, who oft imagines herself as a cultural activist fighting for the survival of Traditional Teochew Performing Arts.

She took off to Down After to pursue the piece of paper that was supposed to define the meaning of her life, only to discover her roots is the defining factor & was all along around her.

Javier is currently the Deputy Hon. Secretary of Thau Yong Amateur Musical Association - Singapore's last Waijiang and Teochew music ensemble & a well-known Teochew Opera group in Singapore.

Ms Javier Lee contributed the Thau Yong series of articles:
Thau Yong Main Page
Thau Yong Amateur Musical Association
Thau Yong Social Engagement
Thau Yong Music

red maskMs Meah Ang See, Director of Bahay Tsinoy, Manila, Philippines

Ms Meah Ang See contributed the article Bahay Tsinoy

steve warren

Mr. Steve Warren is a man of many talents; radio veteran, radio personality, actor, entrepreneur, consultant, public speaker. and author. Steve is also the founder of Chinamerica Hit Radio, a 24/7 free internet based radio hosted in English and available all over the world.

maskMr. Tan Wee Cheng.
Having gone to 174 countries and territories, Tan Wee Cheng is listed in the Book of Singapore Records 2009 as the most well travelled Singaporean. 

His website http://weecheng.com contains stories of his travels to some of these countries.  He is also an enthusiast in anything relating to heritage, history and anthropology. 

Mr Tan Wee Cheng contibuted the article:
Hye Kia Nam Li Tang Yeo Wui (泰家南旅同乡会)

faceMr. William Wong Author, Yellow Journalist:
Dispatches from Asian America (Temple University Press, 2001), http://www.yellowjournalist.com Author, Images of America: Oakland's Chinatown (Arcadia Publishing Co., 2004). Co-author, Images of America: Angel Island (Arcadia Publishing Co., 2007)

Mr. William Wong contributed the article Oakland Chinatown, USA

Mr. Victor Yue is a heritage lover in Singapore who has inspired many fellow enthusiasts in search of their own cultural heritage and legacy. Victor has worked with academics from different countries researching on the Singapore and Chinese heritage. 

Mr. Victor Yue contributed the article Nanyin performance in Thian Hock Keng

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