Jimmy Ong/ blog, etc.
Recent external links related to undocumented exhibitions A Year in Java, 2019.
Raffles Revisited: Interlopers in the History of Java and Singapore by Stephen A. Murphy
RAFFLES REVISITED Publication grown out of theRevisiting Raffles symposium (8–9 March 2019) held in conjunction with the exhibition Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman exhibition (1 February–28 April 2019) at the Asian Civilisations Museum.( Page 102-127)
Raffles restitution: Artistic responses to Singapore’s 1819 colonisation
Ng Yi-Sheng Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 50(4), pp 599–631 December 2019.© The National University of Singapore, 2020 doi:10.1017/S0022463420000089 (Jimmy mentioned on page 617-618.)
The essay is also adapted here: https://biblioasia.nlb.gov.sg/vol-16/issue-4/jan-mar-2021/raffles?fbclid=IwAR2ZBWHH_b7b4s5hSi_DXOZhGv1mxOfmbz02kdNePfXMKlOO_D3cwVwEK7w
Conversation with Alfian Saat. Except from Raffles Renounced, 2021, Ethos Books
Wong, Tessa. “Singapore: The artist cutting off the head of a British colonialist”, BBC [Asia; online], 28 October, https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-50134723
Lim, Michelle. “A Refusal of Raffles”, Plural Art Mag [Singapore; online], 18 October, http://pluralartmag.com/2019/10/18/a-refusal-of-raffles/
“Becoming Singapore" (Episode 2, 0:700-12:00), Channel NewsAsia [Singapore; online], hosted by Eunice Olsen. 29 January 2019.
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