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  1. Vegemania (Full version)

    By Mohana Gill
    The stated purpose of this luxurious volume is to promote wellness and longevity. Its artwork and photographs of individual vegetables are complemented by near-rapturous commentaries. The recipes for vegetable dishes of different traditions are clearly set out and the kitchen advice appears to be practical and well worn.
    MYR100.00
  2. Fruitastic (Full version)

    By Mohana Gill
    Natures true gift to humankind, fruits not only have immeasurable therapeutic value, they are also delicious, powerful natural anti-aging tools whose importance to our daily diet cannot be understated.
    MYR100.00
  3. Who Needs an Islamic State?

    By Abdelwahab El-Affendi
    A critique of modern Islamic political thought on the 'state', this book takes the form of a three-part dialogue with the West, with Islamic tradition and with 20th-century Muslim thinkers.
    MYR39.00
  4. Together Alone

    By Ivan Lam
    Together Alone is a series which saw Ivan taking up the challenge of working in an unfamiliar format and on a scale which most artists would steer away from,in addition to tackling a new, unstable medium - resin. All grueling hurdles which he posed to himselfin a quest to push ahead on his journey (This is 40-page, large format, art catalogue from Wei Ling Gallery)
    MYR100.00
  5. Finding Graceland : New Landscapes

    By Anurendra Jegadeva
    Finding Graceland brings together 22 new paintings by Anurendra Jegadeva, the results of numerous road-trips and train rides with his father through their family's home state of Perak. (A 57 page art catalogue from We Ling Gallery.)
    MYR100.00
  6. Machines

    By Ivan Lam
    Machines is Ivan Lam's latest body of work to be shown at Wei-Ling Gallery. Three large glassy smooth paintings undulate with the thick layers of epoxy resin that is common to many of Ivan's recent works. (An 8-page large format art catalogue from Wei Ling Gallery.)
    MYR200.00
  7. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves

    By Noor Azizan Rahman Paiman
    Unlike the earlier more pointed approach of the political cartoon where satire blends with the surreal to depict specific events and idiotic responses to those events, with these new works, the artist delves into the broad grey areas in the socio-political and economic make-up of modern Malaysia and how it impacts on the every-citizen. (A 56 page small format art catalogue with essays from Wei Ling Gallery.)
    MYR40.00
  8. Early Child Care and Education in Malaysia

    By Lydia Foong, Mogana Dhamotharan, Palanisamy K Veloo
    Malaysia is the home of close to thirty million people in the 2013 population census, of whom more than 9.5 million are children under the age of 18. There are approximately 2.5 million children who are four years old and below, and 2.5 million children between ages five to nine.
    MYR23.00
  9. Eating Together: Food, Space and Identity in Malaysia and Singapore

    By Jean Duruz, Khoo Gaik Cheng
    Accepting the challenge of rethinking connections of food, space, and identity within everyday spaces of public eating in Malaysia and Singapore, Jean Duruz and Gaik Cheng Khoo enter street stalls, hawker centers, markets, cafes, restaurants, food streets, and ethnic neighborhoods to offer a broader picture of the meaning of eating in public places.
    MYR38.00
  10. Culture, Identity & Foodways of The Terengganu Chinese

    By Kamarudin Ngah, Tan Yao Sua
    The Chinese minority in Terengganu, Malaysia, are struggling to maintain their Sinic culture, identity and community in the face of socio-political changes and Islamisation since the early 1970s.
    MYR24.00
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