EPP actively provides a objective information on China from first hand sources From a base in Asia, they reach a vast audience which extends to the United States and Europe By publishing titles in English, the EPP team is able to shape opinion on a global scale through the dissemination of the work of Chinese economic leaders.
ISEAS Publishing, an established academic press, has issued more than 2000 books and journals. It is the largest scholarly publisher of research about Southeast Asia from within the region. ISEAS Publishing works with many other academic and trade publishers and distributors to disseminate important research and analyses from and about Southeast Asia to the rest of the world.
KW Publishing was set-up as Knowledge World in the mid-1980s. In 2007, it was renamed as KW Publishers. Publishing since 1998 with its first book on ‘Nuclear India’, the Company has grown from strength to strength in publishing content, with core subjects in Maritime Security / Asia Arms Race/ Intelligence & Surveillance / Advanced Weaponry/ Counter-terrorism/ International relations. It has published over 300 titles in last 20+ years. Their authors provide insightful perspectives on geo-political developments in South Asia, and complex relationships with neighbours like China, Central Asia states (ex-USSR), etc.
The tribal history of Malaysia dates back to 40,000 years. Hindu and Buddhist-influenced kingdoms spread over the archipelago from 3rd century BC onwards, and then Islam arrived with Indian and Arab traders in the 13th century. Melaka was established as the first seat of Malay sultanate. Against this background of diverse history, culture, religion – we put together this special “Malaysia Historical Collection” to capture the splendid first-hand account stories of people who experienced life and events happening in the Malaysia archipelago over the last 100 years. The time frame covers the British colonial period, Japanese occupation and newly independent…
The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, NIAS, was founded as an independent Asian studies institute in 1968 in Copenhagen NIAS strives to add value to existing activities through collaboration within and across relevant disciplines in the social sciences, business studies, humanities, law and the technical and natural sciences In this way, the partnership contributes to the growth of Asian studies in the Nordic region Based at the Institute, NIAS Press is a globally focused publisher in English with authors from every continent Its books are available in all parts of the world.
Paths International Ltd is a UK registered company established in 2002 Paths established with the purpose of bringing high quality academic and professional content written and developed in Asia to Europe and North America Paths International Ltd is now making available eBooks written by Chinese authors from some of the most prestigious universities and institutions in the country It offers a view of China from experts in China Change in China is not a single event, it is a process and many of these eBooks bring clarity to the blur of recent and ongoing change in that country.
Titles in the Rare Books on Burma collection were published in English during the 18th and 19th centuries. They cover history, cultural anthropology, archaeology, religious studies, art history, political science and musicology. Only books that provide in-depth knowledge and first-hand insights, experience and observations, were selected for the collection. Our current collection contains more than 1,000 photographs, maps, images and drawings.
Showwe was established in 2001 in Taipei, Taiwan. It publishes on several topics such as modern and contemporary Chinese literature, reviews, culture and memoirs. The main publications are published in Showwe’s three prestige brands: Showwe Publication, Xin-Rui Culture & Creation and Niang Publication. Most titles are in Mandarin Chinese.
The Journal of the Burma Research Society (JBRS) was the first academic journal devoted to Burma Studies. The journal started in 1911 about the same time as The Journal of the Siam Society. It was published in Burma but is no longer published today. JBRS had 59 volumes spanning a period of 70 years, with a total of 377 authors writing about 631 subjects. It comprises more than 132 issues with over 1,300 articles (more than 30,000 pages in total), and includes some 500 photos, graphs, charts and maps. Like the Journal of the Siam Society, JBRS was, and still…