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A Different Sky

by Meira Hand

„Richly evocative, A Different Sky paints a scintillating panorama of thirty tumultuous years in Singapore's history through the passions and struggles of characters the reader will find it hard to forget.“

Green Island Shawna

by Yang Ryan

„A stunning story of love, betrayal, and family set against the backdrop of a changing Taiwan over the course of the 20th century.“

Singapore - A Very Short History

by Alvin Tan

From Temasek to Tomorrow: a fresh, new, and highly-readable account of Singapore’s history. It is a sweeping story of discovery, abandonment, rediscovery and development of what is today one of the world’s greatest port-cities. Brief as this account may be, it incorporates all the latest research and findings about Singapore’s past, and weaves a concise yet coherent and comprehensive account of the island over the last 700 years.

111 Orte in Singapur die man gesehen haben muss

by Ch. und S. Hein

„Nette Orte, abseits der bekannten Sehenswürdigkeiten“

The book of walks

by Sandra Delvers and Pleun Brevet 

Deutsches Haus

by Annette Hess


by Michelle Obama

Seven Sisters

by Lucinda Riley

„The Book contains 15 walking routes through all areas of Singapore, and has point by point instructions on how to walk and what to look out for."

„Deutsches Haus“ erzählt die Geschichte von Eva Bruhns, einer jungen Frau, die in den 1960er Jahren als Übersetzerin den Frankfurter Auschwitz-Prozess erlebt.“

„An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States“

„Each book is the story of one of the sisters as they trace their origins all over the world in spellbinding tales of love and loss.“ (7 books)

Kite Runner 

by Khaled Hosseini

A thousand Splendid Suns

by Khaled Hosseini

And the mountains echoed

by Khaled Hosseini

TimeOut Buchtipps

„A gripping and emotional story of betrayal and redemption“

„A breathtaking story set against the volatile events of Afghanistan's last thirty years“

„A multigenerational novel, explores how characters define themselves through the choices“

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Has China Won?

by Kishore Mahbubani

"Kinshore Mahbubani has been the Singapore ambassador to the UN and was the founding dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He lives in Singapore and has written many books."

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