NUS Libraries has a comprehensive collection of more than 150 Chinese newspapers published in Southeast Asia in print and microform.
Digital library of biodiversity literature on Southeast Asia which aims to make the literature available to a global audience through open access principles.
This collection of historical newspapers in English published in various countries of Southeast Asia provides a wide coverage of news on business, economic, politics and social affairs domestically and from around from world. In addition to the article content, the full-image newspapers offer searchable access to editorials, advertisements, and even cartoons.
The Collection comprises correspondence, diaries, speeches, telegrams, photographs and reports, and some of his works on Muslim philosophy, culture and history.
This select bibliography lists materials on the history of Singapore from its earliest times to post-independence.
It contains file lists and indexes of Colonial Office files that deal with the Malay Peninsula and northern Borneo, the territories that now make up Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei
This website provides viewing of 31 sets of maps scanned and georeferenced by Department of Geography, with publication years ranging from 1846 to 2010.
This collection comprises mostly published books and periodicals, but also includes materials in other formats such as manuscripts, photographs and maps relating to the history, heritage and cultures of people in Southeast Asia. It holds fascinating and important items and invites researchers and scholars to mine them to create fresh connections between the present and the past.
The Language and Literature Collection contains resources on language and literature from the Special Collections in the NUS Libraries.
Edwin Thumboo is a renowned a poet and academic in Singapore. The Collection consists of manuscripts of poems, book chapters, journal articles, works of literary criticism and personal correspondence.