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  1. The Singapore Stone – Cryptic Inscription on Heritage Stone, and the Legendary Singapore Strongman

    ... is commonly regarded as the founder of modern-day Singapore. Yet, the history of this island nation stretches to well before the arrival of Stamford Raffles. Due to its strategic location, Singapore, which was known in an earlier period as Temasek, was claimed by ...

    dhwty - 27/02/2015 - 12:53

  2. The Mid-Autumn Festival: A Holiday of Mooncakes, Lanterns, Moon Worship, and Timeless Legends

    ... Lanterns during the Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinatown, Singapore ( CC BY 2.5 ) Lanterns are one of the iconic symbols of the ...

    dhwty - 29/10/2015 - 23:45

  3. The Romance of the Three Kingdoms - A Well-Loved Chinese Classic

    ... (from left) Zhang Fei, Liu Bei and Guan Yu at Haw Par Villa, Singapore. ( CC BY SA 4.0 ) A Historic Novel: Romance of the Three ...

    dhwty - 19/05/2018 - 22:56

  4. How a Javanese King Defeated One of the Most Powerful Rulers of the Mongolian Empire

    ... Life of an Empire that Once Defeated the Mongols The Singapore Stone – Cryptic Inscription on Heritage Stone, and the Legendary Singapore Strongman A painting of Shizu, better known as Kublai ...

    dhwty - 25/01/2017 - 01:58

  5. Featured in Dozens of Operas, Films, TV Series and Books, What Makes the Legend of the White Snake so Compelling?

    ... Hai to become a monk. Diorama at Haw Par Villa, Singapore, depicting the battle between Bai Su Zhen and Fa Hai. ( CC BY-SA ...

    dhwty - 30/01/2017 - 01:58

  6. The ancient city of Susa in Iran is a worldwide treasure

    ... settlements of Maymand and the Botanical Gardens of Singapore. The Great Burkhan Khaldun Mountain sacred landscape in Mongolia has ...

    Robin Whitlock - 11/07/2015 - 04:09

  7. Unexpected Find of Impressive Ancient Statue at Cambodia's Angkor Complex

    ... Maybe that’s why when the Cambodian archaeologists from Singapore’s Institute of Southeast Asian Studies found the beautiful statue ... of Southeast Asian Studies’ Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore. As part of a training program, ten students from Asian countries, ...

    Theodoros Karasavvas - 03/08/2017 - 13:50

  8. Message from Outer Space? The Mysterious Indecipherable Script of the Inga Stone

    ... molds and lava conduits of inactive volcanoes. The Singapore Stone – Cryptic Inscription on Heritage Stone, and the Legendary Singapore Strongman Candomble: The African-Brazilian Dance in Honor of ...

    Kristen C - 12/08/2016 - 21:43

  9. Khoisan people of South Africa were once the most populous humans on Earth

    ... professor, now at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and a leader of the research team. Many Khoisan still hunt ...

    Mark Miller - 14/12/2014 - 01:01

  10. One of the Greatest Monuments in the World but Who Built it? The Strange Origins of Borobudur and the Lost World of Cham

    ... trans. and ed. by Michael Smithies (2nd ed.). Singapore: Oxford University Press.  Luis O. Gómez & Hiram W. ... and P. Schoppert (1990). Borobudur: A Prayer in Stone. Singapore: Archipelago Press. One of the Greatest Monuments in the ...

    davidchildress - 08/09/2017 - 19:00

  11. The magnificent ancient Buddhist Temple of Borobudur

    ... the British governor of Java (and the founder the city of Singapore), heard about Borobudur, and took an interest in it. Hence, an ...

    dhwty - 16/06/2014 - 12:26

  12. The ancient university of Nalanda, and its revival in the modern day

    ... of the original university was announced by India, China, Singapore, Japan and Thailand. This plan was backed by the East Asia Summit ...

    dhwty - 01/07/2014 - 15:09

  13. Since Ancient Greece, the Olympics and Bribery Have Gone Hand in Hand

    As a professor of classical studies, I’ve noticed some remarkable differences and similarities between the modern and ancient Olympic Games.

    The medals, the torch relay and events for females didn’t exist in the ancient games, but the four-year cycle and the concept of a major sports spectacle still continue.

    ancient-origins - 01/08/2016 - 21:48

  14. Dr Peter J Shield

    ... Australia, Canada, USA, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Japan, Central America, Belize, Malta, ...

    ancient-origins - 08/07/2015 - 01:59

  15. Ghost Marriages: Love For the Living and the Deceased

    ... and Jean DeBernadi. Cantonese Society in Hong Kong and Singapore: Gender, Religion, Medicine and Money (Hong Kong University: Hong ...

    Riley Winters - 16/08/2018 - 17:23

  16. Ancient Stones of Australia: A Mysterious Series of Rock Arrangements and Placements that Defy Conventional Historical Accounts

    ... that Retell Epic Battles and Honorable Deaths The Singapore Stone – Cryptic Inscription on Heritage Stone, and the Legendary Singapore Strongman Returning for thousands of years to Australia in ...

    strong - 12/09/2017 - 18:59

  17. 20,000 Women and 100,000 Castrated Men to Serve the Emperor: The Imperial Harem of China

    ... Lim, S. K., 2008. Chinese Imperial Women. Singapore: Asiapac Books. Snowybeagle, 2017. The Most Damaging ...

    dhwty - 25/03/2017 - 21:09

  18. The short and brutal rule of Chinese Emperor Fu Sheng, the one-eyed tyrant

    ... Tyrant. In: History Express: Infamous Chinese Emperors. Singapore: Asiapac Books, pp. 87-102. Wikipedia, 2013. Book of Wei. [Online] ...

    dhwty - 19/12/2014 - 23:33

  19. Garshu, Gerasa, Jerash: the Everchanging City of the Ancient World

    ... ones that are prosperous today like New York, London, or Singapore. Top image: The Oval Forum and Cardo Maximus in ancient Jerash. ...

    Caleb Strom - 27/02/2018 - 14:00

  20. Jenglot: Humanoid Creatures or a Hoax? Creepy Bloodthirsty Beings of the Indonesian Jungle

    ... Histories, Hopes and Citizenship in the Riau Archipelago. Singapore: NUS Press. Shaturaev, J., 2013. Mystery of JENGLOT. Available ...

    dhwty - 28/01/2019 - 22:52

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