Quah Sy Ren is Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received his PhD in Chinese Studies from Cambridge, MA from NUS and BA from NTU Taiwan. He is interested in the theory of literature and culture, drama and performances, and also the study of Singaporean society and culture. His published books are Gao Xingjian and Transcultural Chinese Theater, The Collection of Singaporean Chinese Drama 1913-2013 (in Chinese) and Keywords of Literary Criticism (co-author; in Chinese). He is the general editor of The Complete Works of Kuo Pao Kun (10 volumes), a tribute to the most important Singaporean dramatist. Sy Ren is active in Singapore drama and civil society. He is the Board Director of the Theatre Practice Limited and The Finger Players, and also the founding member and the first editor of Tangent—a civil society group and the same-titled journal.
Ngoi Guat Peng is Assistant Professor at the Division of Chinese in the School of Humanities of Social Sciences, Singapore Nanyang Technological University. She received her Ph.D. degree at the School of Arts and Social Sciences at National University of Singapore. Her research interest includes Chinese Intellectual History, Neo-Confucianism, Syncretism in Late Ming. Besides, she is also caring about Malaysian Knowledge Production in History, Literature and Culture. Her on-going research topics are related to Contesting of Political Power and Moral Authority in Late Ming , she is also trying to build up a view of Literature Citizenship discuss on public sphere in Malaysia Chinese Literature.Before teaching in University, she was a feature reporter and editor of culture newspaper supplement in Chinese press. She also had edited a comment magazine MinJian series(co-editor) such as “Deconstruction of Media Power”, “the Chinese Political Thought Stream”, “Goodbye Mahathir” and “Get Closer to Islamic Politic”.
陳丁輝博士，畢業於台灣大學政治系、國立暨南國際大學東南亞研究所，後赴笈澳洲Murdoch大學深造，並於2011年底取得歷史學博士學位。他的博士論文題為Behind Barbed Wire: A Social History of Chinese New Villages in Malaya during the Emergency Period (1948-1960)，獲頒澳洲亞洲研究學會2012年度最佳論文獎次獎。他曾於2010年擔任新加坡國家圖書館李光前訪問學者，研究興趣包括海外華人史、口述歷史與集體記憶、博物館與歷史再現等。他目前是晚晴園－孫中山南洋紀念館研究員，悠遊在孫中山在南洋百年前那場革命歷史之中。
Tan Teng Phee, Malaysian. He received his PhD in History from Murdoch University, Western Australia in 2011 with the thesis titled Behind Barbed Wire: A Social History of Chinese New Villages in Malaya during the Emergency Period (1948-1960) which was granted the second prize of 2012 Best Thesis Award by the Australia Asian Studies Association. He was visiting scholar at the National Library Singapore, currently full-time curator at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall Singapore. His research interests are the oral history and collective memory of overseas Chinese. He is also interested in museology and the question of historical (re)presentation. Teng Phee wanders in the revolutionary history of Sun Yat Sen’s Nanyang at the place where he works.
Phoon Yuen Ming, Malaysian columnist. PhD Candidate in Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore. Graduated from Department of History of National Chengchi University and National Chi Nan University. Her research interests include the history of Malayan communists, Chinese New Village, Left-wing literature and gender studies.
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Show Ying Xin, Malaysian. PhD Candidate at School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Her research interests are Sinophone and Anglophone literature in Singapore and Malaysia.