Summary of report on the “Roles of the 3Ps in the Development of Arts and Culture"
Ministry of Information, Communication and the Arts Singapore’s Renaissance City Plan III, 2008, pages 43-44
An introductory chapter Singapore in 2002
Tommy T B Koh in Ministry of Information and the Arts Yearbook, Singapore 2003
Discussion on Investing in Cultural Capital, 25 July 2002
Closed-Door Discussion between policy makers, the arts community and academics on the concept of cultural capital development.
Crossing the Divide-Dialogue Among Civilizations
Tommy Koh et al. New Jersey (USA): Seton Hall University, 2001
Cultural Hegemony vs Diversity in the New Information Age
Arun Mahizhnan, presented at the 10th AMIC Annual Conference, 27 - 29 Mar 2001, organised by the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC). This paper is a discussion on the impact of Western cultural norms and how they have affected the media world in developing countries.
The Importance of Cultural Exchange and Corporation Between Asia and Europe
Tommy T B Koh in Asia and Europe-Essays & Speeches by Tommy Koh, edited by Yeo Lay Hwee & Asad Latif. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2000
The Importance of Cultural Development
Tommy T B Koh in Asia and Europe-Essays & Speeches by Tommy Koh, edited by Yeo Lay Hwee and Asad Latif. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2000
Study on Singapore As A Renaissance City
Arun Mahizhnan, et al. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies, 1998 (restricted circulation). This report was based on research and discussions relating to the development of Singapore as a Renaissance City.
Report on National Arts Education
Arun Mahizhnan, Kuo Pao Kun, Kwok Kian Woon & T. Sasitharan. Singapore: Ministry of Information and the Arts, 1996 (restricted circulation). This report studied the implications of restructuring the arts education programme in the Singapore school system.
An Introductory Chapter “Singapore in 1990: Continuity and Change”
Tommy T B Koh in Ministry of Information and the Arts Yearbook, Singapore 1991.