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eBook Junk to Jewels: The Things That Peranakans Value, 26 April to 23 November 2008 ePub

by Peter Lee

  • ISBN: 9810812493
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Peter Lee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peranakan Museum (2008)
  • Pages: 50
  • ePub book: 1169 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1101 kb
  • Other: lit mobi mbr txt
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 720

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Peranakan Museum, National Heritage Board, (c). Physical Description: 49 p. : ill. (chiefly co.,, 34 cm. General Note: Published in conjunction with the exhibition held on 26 April to 23 November 2008

Peranakan Museum, National Heritage Board, (c). General Note: Published in conjunction with the exhibition held on 26 April to 23 November 2008. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. ). Download Junk to jewels : the things that Peranakans value Peter Lee. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

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Junk to jewels by Lee, Peter. the things that Peranakans value. Published in conjunction with the exhibition heln on 26 April to 23 November 2008. Includes bibliographical references (p. Peter Lee. Published 2008 by Peranakan Museum, National Heritage Board in Singapore Published in conjunction with the exhibition heln on 26 April to 23 November 2008. Classifications. MLCL 2008/00129 (D). The Physical Object.

Junks to jewels: The things that Peranakan value. Singapore: Peranakan Museum, National Heritage Board. The information in this article is valid as at 26 August 2013 and correct as far as we are able to ascertain from our sources. It is not intended to be an exhaustive or complete history of the subject. Please contact the Library for further reading materials on the topic.

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More than 300 spectacular Peranakan jewellery pieces on display at Baba Bling: The Peranakans and Their Jewellery . Last years Peranakan themed exhibition was the inaugural exhibition Junk to Jewels : The Things that Peranakans Value

More than 300 spectacular Peranakan jewellery pieces on display at Baba Bling: The Peranakans and Their Jewellery Highlights include 12 rare sets of kerosang. SINGAPORE, 27 May 2009: Feast your eyes on some of the finest Peranakan jewellery at the Peranakan Museums latest special exhibition, Baba Bling: The Peranakans and Their Jewellery. Last years Peranakan themed exhibition was the inaugural exhibition Junk to Jewels : The Things that Peranakans Value. While the current exhibition focuses on jewellery, both feature the things that Peranakans hold dear.

The Peranakan Gallery, Singapore. There may not be many Peranakans in Singapore, but they've given us Lee Kuan Yew, laksa, Nyonya kueh and so much more. Melissa Sidek at Sunday Lunchtime in October & November! The Peranakan Gallery · Singapore.

The term ‘Baba’ is used to refer to the Straits-born Chinese or Peranakans

The term ‘Baba’ is used to refer to the Straits-born Chinese or Peranakans  .

The name Peranakan describes both a rich culture and a unique ethnic group, arising from the meeting of Chinese and Malay peoples. Things to do City Hall. Photo: National Heritage Board. The name Peranakan describes both a rich culture and a unique ethnic group, arising from the meeting of Chinese and Malay peoples. This ten-gallery exhibition venue houses the world’s largest and best overview of Peranakan life over three floors. Explore documents and artefacts – jewellery, silver, furniture, textiles and crockery predominate – brought to life through interactive and multimedia stations.

Definitely less interesting than the other Peranakan book I have read. It is boring and description about houses in the introduction is useless without the layout of the houses, which I am sure would be magnificently gorgeous

Definitely less interesting than the other Peranakan book I have read. It is boring and description about houses in the introduction is useless without the layout of the houses, which I am sure would be magnificently gorgeous. Good thing is that there are a lot of information about rituals and practices that are covered in quite a detail, but bad thing is that it only covers the life of the rich Peranakans and nothing on the middle-class or low class Peranakans, how they go about doing their Definitely less interesting than the other Peranakan book I have read.