Copy_of_Original Sin of Bloodline (3D)_Taiwan Business Jinxuan Du, Original Sin of Bloodlines: The Forgotten Victims of White Terror in Southeast Asia. /Photo Credit: Taiwan Commercial Press In addition to recommending "Original Sin of Bloodline", I would also recommend Teacher Zhong Shumin's "Taiwanese in Nanyang during the Japanese Occupation". Although this book is heavy, it is not difficult to read as an academic work, and the stories in it are quite interesting.
Taiwan is a country where immigrants from all over It is the story of the Taiwanese that happened in this region of Southeast Asia. Copy_of_Taiwanese in Nanyang during the Japanese Occupation_Institute of Taiwan photo restoration service History, Academia Sinica Zhong Shumin, "Taiwanese in Nanyang during the Japanese Occupation". /Photo Credit: Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica Only by caring for the land under your feet can you better understand Southeast Asia In short, how to understand the question of Southeast Asia, I believe that I don’t need to say more in this era.
Searching for information on the Internet, buying books, etc. are easily available. The concern of value will naturally extend your attention to what is happening in the surrounding countries. For example, if you are a defender of press freedom, you may end up concerned about the regression of press freedom in Southeast Asian countries such as Cambodia, the Philippines, and Myanmar. As mentioned above, although my job is also a news editor for Southeast Asia, my life experience in Malaysia since I was a child has not allowed me to know more about other Southeast Asian countries.