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Imports Of Green Tea By British Malaya

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This appendix section presents imports of green tea (in pounds) by British Malaya during the year 1932-1960. In his biography, Yong wrote of Tan Kah Kee as 'an overseas Chinese legend' and examined the political control of the Chinese and the activities of the Kuomintang (KMT) in British Malaya. Yen analysed the organisation of Chinese clan associations along with class and social divisions and conflict within the Chinese community in Singapore, culminating in a work that can be considered a social history of the Chinese in British Malaya.

Keywords:British Malaya; Chinese community; Singapore



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