Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Koh Keng We
Assistant Professor, School of Humanities
Journal Articles
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Koh Keng We.(2018). The Smuggling of Animal Parts in Chinese Medicine: The Pangolin trade between China and Southeast Asia. In Victor Teo, Sungwon Yoon(Ed), Illicit Industries and China’s Shadow Economy: Challenges and Prospects for Global Governance and Human Security, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover Illicit Industries and China’s Shadow Economy Challenges and Prospects for Global Governance and Human SecurityLondon: Routledge.

KOh Keng We. (2018, November). Moving People and the Making of the Colonial Malay World. Paper presented at 2018 International Symposium on Maritime History –The Core and Periphery of Maritime Asia: Empires, Port Cities and Outlying Islands, Taipei, Taiwan.

Koh Keng We. (2017, March). 生,死与华人节日:九皇法会再东南亚与中国的演变. Paper presented at 在世俗與神聖之間:近代亞洲的盆會、中元和七月的節日, Osaka.

Koh Keng We. (2017). Familiar Strangers and Stranger-Kings: Mobility, Diasporas, and the Foreign in the Making of the Eighteenth-Century Malay World. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 48(3), 390-413.

Koh Keng We. (2017). Singapore’s Social & Business History: Through Paper Ephemera in the Koh Seow Chuan Collection. National Library Board.
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