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Impact of Chinese secret societies in Malaya. London, Kuala Lumpur [etc.] Issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs [by] Oxford U.P., (OCoLC) Get this from a library! The impact of Chinese secret societies in Malaya: a historical study. [Wilfred Blythe; Royal Institute of International Affairs.]. About this Item: Oxford University Press, London, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: fair. First edition. Blythe, Secretary for Chinese Affairs in Malaya in the immediate post war period, produces one of the most comprehensive accounts of secret societies that were an integral part of Chinese society both on the mainland and amongst Chinese overseas. In this impressive volume of pages, Mr W. Blythe, a Chinese scholar and a former Colonial Secretary of Singapore, has explained an extremely complex subject. Completing a back-breaking work which would have daunted most men, he has covered the whole history of the Triad and similar societies in Malaya and Singapore from to
The impact of Chinese secret societies in Malaya: a historical study Wilfred Blythe, Royal Institute of International Affairs Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. 5-Year Impact Factor Journal Indexing & Metrics» Journal Home. Browse Journal. Current Issue; The Impact of Chinese Secret Societies in Malaya. Pp. xiv, New York: Oxford University Press, $ Show all authors. Chinese Institutions / 中国用户 Author: J.M. Gullick. Chinese Secret Societies in Malaya. think of Dr. Sun Yat Sen as the "Father of the Chinese Republic", and forget, or perhaps are unaware, that it would be more appro-priate to refer to him as the "Big Brother of Chinese Secret Societies". The Triad Society was first brought to Malaya from South China by Chinese immigrants during the last. The Larut Wars were a series of four wars started in July and ended with the signing of the Pangkor Treaty of The conflict was fought among local Chinese secret societies over the control of mining areas in Perak which later involved rivalry between Raja .
Blythe returned to the Malaya in to write and give talks in on the Chinese secret societies of Malaya. He released a book "Impact of Chinese Secret Societies in Malaya: A Historical Study" in Personal life. Blythe married with Muriel Gertrude Woodward in and had a Governor: Sir Franklin Charles Gimson, Sir John Fearns . Chinese Secret Societies in Malaya; A Survey of the Triad Society from to Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the American Oriental Society 79(4) October with Reads. Secret Societies and Overseas Chinese The Impact of Chinese Secret Societies in Malaya: An Historical Study. By WILFRED BLYTHE. [Oxford University Press, London, , pp.?] The Chinese have long had secret societies but have not until recently studied them. This is partly because it has been dangerous for any Chinese to display his. During the s many Chinese migrated to Malaya, bringing their secret societies with them. The Ghee Hin had strong branch organizations in Penang. Its membership consisted primarily of Cantonese speakers from southern Read More; In Hai San. secret society that was influential in commerce and tin mining in 19th-century Malaya.