“The Rainforest Speaks: Reimagining the Malayan Emergency,” gathers writers, translators, filmmakers, artists, historians, and critics to revisit a significant period of Southeast Asian history—the Malayan Emergency.
An examination of Malayan Emergency fiction’s depiction of Sinophone, Anglophone, and Indigenous points of view
Three artistic works, recently showcased in Kuala Lumpur and beyond, suggest why it matters that we think about the history of the Malayan Emergency in concert with the contemporary COVID-19 and climate emergencies
Nine essays and stories from a new generation of writers grappling with the Malayan Emergency | 新世代作家的九篇文章和故事探討馬來亞緊急狀態
Malaysian-born filmmaker Lau Kek Huat grapples with the difficulties of visually representing the Emergency
Malaya’s rainforest in the colonial and military imaginary