Dr Ooi Kee Beng
Ooi Kee Beng received his Ph.D. in Sinology from Stockholm University, and has been working on nation-building in Asia and Malaysian politics over the last two decades. He has been with ISEAS since 2004 and was appointed Deputy Director in 2011. Dr Ooi is also Head of the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre at ISEAS.
He worked at Ericsson Electronics in Sweden for 22 years while studying and lecturing at Stockholm University.
His major books include Done Making Do: 1Party Rule Ends in Malaysia (Genta Media & ISEAS 2013); The Right to Differ: A Biographical Sketch of Lim Kit Siang (2011); In Lieu of Ideology: An Intellectual Biography of Goh Keng Swee (2010); Malaya’s First Year at the United Nations (2009); March 8: Eclipsing May 13 (2008); Lost in Transition: Malaysia under Abdullah. (2008); Continent, Coast, Ocean: Dynamics of Regionalism in Eastern Asia (2007); and The Reluctant Politician: Tun Dr Ismail and His Time (2006).
He writes regular opinion pieces for regional and global mass media on Malaysian matters (These can be accessed at www.wikibeng.com). He was Visiting Associate Professor at the City University of Hong Kong (2009-2012); Adjunct Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore’s Department of Southeast Asian Studies; Honorary Chair for the Penang Study Cluster at Penang Institute; and Editor of Penang Institute’s Penang Monthly (www.penangmonthly.com). He is Founder-Editor of ISEAS Perspective.
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