神州城外西湖暗流 ：十九世纪上半叶马六甲新加坡中文出版初探 = Western undercurrent along the China coast : a study of chinese printing and publishing in the first half of 19th-century Malacca and Singapore
庄钦永 Chng, Khin Yong
Date of Issue2006
Centre for Chinese Language and Culture
This thesis consists of 3 parts. - Part A, B & C -. Both the London Missionary Society (LMS) and the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) came to Malacca and Singapore in 1815 and 1834 respectively to establish Chinese printing presses. They produced religious pamphlets, as well as secular material (such as universal geography and world history, among others) written in Chinese by Protestant missionaries and their assistants. This thesis is a brief literature survey of works on LMS and ABCFM.
Nanyang Technological University