Youbeli Online Shopping Malaysia
Cart: 0 items 
Language
Contact Us: 1800 88 2354
Previous Product

Socio-historical Development of the Kampung Cina Settlement

Next Product
Socio-historical Development of the Kampung Cina Settlement
Product Code:
1856
Store:
Status:
Available Now
Delivery:
Usually ships within 48 hrs
Delivery Fee:
WM - RM 8.00
Rewards:
17 Points
RM 22.00
RM 17.60
20%

Quantity:
Nofity me when ...
price drops.
Product Information
Subtitle: in Kuala Terengganu
Author/Editor: Tan Yao Sua,Kamarudin Ngah
New Pb 103 pp.
Subject: Malaysia,History & Biography,Ethnic Studies,Development,Social Studies
Condition: Good
Published: 2013

Socio-historical Development of the Kampung Cina Settlement in Kuala Terengganu


No other Chinese settlements in Terengganu could match the socio-historical significance of the Kampung Cina settlement located at the estuary of the Terengganu River. This settlement has evolved out of early Chinese maritime trade in insular Southeast Asia. This is demonstrated by the fact that Terengganu is regularly mentioned in many early Chinese records. But for some reason, these records did not mention the existence of any Chinese settlements in the state. It was only in the early eighteenth century that a Chinese settlement at the Kuala Terengganu port town was recorded by European traders who traded at the port town. The port town had by then become an international trading port and the Chinese were actively involved in commercial activities at this port town. By the nineteenth century, the Kampung Cina settlement had been firmly established. Based on the origin of the pioneer settlers and other evidences, the settlement could have evolved from the seventeenth century during the late Ming period, making it one of the earliest Chinese settlements in the country.

Dr. Tan Yao Sua is Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research and International Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang. His main research interests include Malaysian Chinese studies, educational policy analysis, minority education, bilingual education and sociology of education.

Dr. Kamarudin Ngah is Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research and International Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang. His main research interests are in the areas of community development, project planning and local government.

Payment Option

Credit Cards (Mastercard & Visa)
We currently accept Mastercard and Visa credit cards. Your credit card information is secured and safeguarded when shopping at Youbeli.com. All information are encrypted and sent through secured and protected channels. As we are employing Mobile88 (iPay88) as our payment gateway, Mobile88 will be stated in your credit card statement.



Financial Process Exchange (FPX)
We also accepts FPX payment method as it is an ideal payment solution for customers who does not have a credit card. All that is needed to make an online payment is an online banking account. Payment is directly linked and connected to the customer's specified online banking account, transactions are usually instant and fast. Supported banks includes:



Cash Bank-in / Online Fund Transfer / Cheque
You may bank-in cash or cheque into the selected bank account below:

Bank : PUBLIC BANK
Account Name : YOUBUY ONLINE SDN BHD
Account No. : 3194858935

Bank : MAYBANK
Account Name : YOUBUY ONLINE SDN BHD
Account No. : 514048612629

Once you have successfully bank-in the amount, email the bank in slip to support@youbeli.com with the stated Order No.

Paypal
PayPal lets you send payments quickly and securely online using a credit card or bank account.
Not valid for cash only items.

Shipping Information
ZoneWeightDelivery Fee (RM)
West MalaysiaFirst 0.50 kg8.00
West MalaysiaAdditional 0.25 kg2.00

 

Tell A Friend
captcha image
Chat with Youbeli
TOP