Barr's intellect and more nuanced perspectives come through in this book, in which the content dives deep into Singapore’s history from a political, geographic, and economic view.
Singapore History: family ties to opium trade.
On the hypocrisy and historical links between the Singapore government and "Burmese Generals / Drug Lords."
A look at Kwa Geok Choo (Mrs. Lee Kuan Yew) through the perspective of Peranakan culture.
Of stolen artifacts, PAP relatives in the National Heritage Board, money laundering, and Tang Dynasty shipwreck treasures.
The truth is far more complicated and in some instances downright sinister. His economic legacy may be available for all to see, but at what cost?
A heartfelt letter penned by Raymond Goh, the "Tomb Whisperer" who captivates others with his passion and knowledge of Bukit Brown.