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作者: Ou Young Sun
出版社: 星洲日报
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Malacca is the most important historical city in Malaysia and it is also a well known domestic and international tourist destination.

There are countless writings introducing Malacca but not one that is written by a Malaccan in Chinese before "Lost Chapters of Malacca".

Unlike any general academic writing(s) or travel guides, "Lost Chapters of Malacca" records the interesting stories of Malacca's history, culture and monuments that the writer stumbled upon while sauntering her historical town."Lost Chapters of Malacca" is about what you know and what you don't know of Malacca.

Author

Ou Young Sun (pseudonym of Lye Phat Chin), was born in Malacca.

She was assistant editor of Sin Chew Daily based in its head office before she returned to her hometown in 1999 to take up the position of Malacca based reporter.

Since then, she embarked on her Malacca writing project that lasted for more than a decade.

She adopted her pseudonym in July 2002 when she started her column with Sin Chew Daily to share her findings on Malacca. The column ran in three stages:"A Posthumous Letter from Tomorrow", "Casting a Look at Malacca" and "The Inside Out of the Fortress".

She won the Huazong Literature Award on Factual Reporting with her article "The Account of the Red Wall", an article featuring Malacca, in 2007.

Her column that lasted 6 years concluded by the end of 2007, accumulating a total of 126 articles.

This book is a compilation of her articles from the series "A Posthumous Letter from Tomorrow" and "Casting a Look at Malacca".