Monday, April 30, 2012

660) Multifaceted Aspects of Asian Heritage***

Saidatulakmal Mohd (ed.) ( (2011). Multifaceted Aspects of Asian Heritage. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang.
  • Neglected Natural Heritage of Penang, Malaysia: Potentials, Threats and Challenges for Conservation by Ngai Weng Chan (ms1-9)
  • Interpretation of Conflict at Contested Heritage: Krue Se Mosque, Patani by Apinya Baggelaar Arrunnapaporn (ms11-22)
  • Expectation and Perception Towards Cultural and Heritage Tourism: Meeting the Gap in Perak by Irma Yazreen Md Yusoff, Jamal Abdul Nassir Shaari & Siti Sarah Norhamidi (ms23-32)
  • Conservation the Heritage Spaces of Kuala Lumpur: A Case Study of the Old Market Square (Medan Pasar) by Nadiyanti Mat Nayan & David Jones (ms33-42)
  • Beyond the Sleepy Hollow: Interpreting the Collective Heritage of Sungai Lembing by Veronica Ng Foong Peng (ms43-56)
  • Old Cemeteries - Public Assessment on the Conservation Effort of Muhibbah Cemetery by Saidatulakmal Mohd & Jacqueline Liza Fernandez (ms57-66)
  • Cultural and Heritage Tourism in Perak: What Really Matters to Tourists by Jamal Abdul Nassir Shaari, Irma Yazreen Md Yusoff & Siti Sarah Norhamidi (ms67-78)
  • Convict Sites - A New World Heritage Paradigm by Peter Romey (ms79-88)
  • Ficus and Its Effects on Building: Case Study of Shophouses in Kluang, Johor by Zuraini Md Ali, Rodiah Zawawi & Ng Sin Ping (ms89-98)
  • The Dont's in Conservation: Lesson Learned from Kampung Cina, Kuala Terengganu by Nooridayu Ahmad Yusuf & Nor Hayati Hussain ( ms99-110)
  • ICT for Museums to Cater for the Needs of Young Audiences by Rohaya Mohd Noor (ms111-126)
  • A Proposal for a Preservation Technology Forum in South Esat Asia by Donald Ellsmore (ms127-140)
  • Physico-Chemical Characterististics and Environmental Threats on World Heritage Sundarbans Mangrove Forest of Bangladesh by Muhammad Muhibullah (ms141-154)
  • Stakeholders Perception of A World Heritage Site: The Case of Georgetown, Penang by Masitah Muhibudin (ms155-168)

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