Chinese Schools in Peninsular Malaysia : The Struggle for Survival

The history of modern Chinese schools in Peninsular Malaysia is a story of conflicts between Chinese domiciled there and different governments that happened or happen to rule the land. Before the days of the Pacific War, the British found the Chinese schools troublesome because of their pro-China... Ausführliche Beschreibung

Verfasser / Komponist: Ting Hui, Lee, [author.]
Verfasserangabe: Lee Ting Hui.
Medientyp: E-Book
veröffentlicht: Singapore : ISEAS Publishing, [2011]
Umfang: 1 online resource
enthält: Frontmatter -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS / Hui, Lee Ting -- ABBREVIATIONS -- NOTES ON COVERAGE AND NAMES -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. The Years before the Pacific War -- 2. From the Japanese Occupation to Self-Government -- 3. Towards the "Ultimate Objective" of One-medium Education -- 4. One-medium Education under Rukun Negara and the New Economic Policy -- 5. The 1980s: A Decade of Continuing Challenges for the Chinese Schools -- 6. Vision 2020 and the Chinese Schools -- 7. Conclusion: Challenges and Responses -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- INDEX -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Frontmatter -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS / ABBREVIATIONS -- NOTES ON COVERAGE AND NAMES -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. The Years before the Pacific War -- 2. From the Japanese Occupation to Self-Government -- 3. Towards the "Ultimate Objective" of One-medium Education -- 4. One-medium Education under Rukun Negara and the New Economic Policy -- 5. The 1980s: A Decade of Continuing Challenges for the Chinese Schools -- 6. Vision 2020 and the Chinese Schools -- 7. Conclusion: Challenges and Responses -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- INDEX -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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