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Architecture and urban form in Kuala Lumpur : race and Chinese spaces in a postcolonial city
Yat Ming Loo.
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Table of Contents
Introduction -- The racialised landscapes of nation -- race relations and spatial segregation -- Colonial identification and Kuala Lumpur -- Duplicating colonial identification -- KLCC and Putrajaya -- The making of 'Chinatown' -- Landscape of the non-descript -- Kuala Lumpur Chinese Cemetery -- Conclusion.