8 edition of Fong Chong Pik found in the catalog.
Fong Chong Pik
by Strategic Information and Research development Centre in Petaling Jaya
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||2008339042|
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Fong Chong Pik (b.China–d. 6 FebruaryHat Yai, Thailand), also known as Fang Chuang Pi, was a political activist and member of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM), otherwise known as the Malayan Communist Party (MCP). He was the CPM’s representative, dubbed “The Plen”, who tried negotiating with politician Lee Kuan Yew of the People’s Action Party (PAP) on a possible.
Fong Chong Pik (simplified Chinese: 方壮壁; traditional Chinese: 方壯壁; pinyin: Fāng Zhuàng Bì; - 6th February ), also known as Fang Chuang Pi, was a political activist and member of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM), otherwise known as the Malayan Communist Party (MCP).
He was the leader of the Singapore section of the Communist Party of Malaya. FONG CHONG PIK: The Memoirs of a Malayan Communist Revolutionary Paperback – January 1, by Chong Pik Fong (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Cited by: 1.
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Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Zhuangbi Fang. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Author: Fong Chong Pik Paperback, pages Subjects: Malaysian Politics, Memoir Condition: Good Publisher: SIRD Published: Fong Chong Pik, or Fang Chuang Pi or Lee Ping, or "The Plen", as he was variously known, spent his twilight years, post Peace Accord, contemplating and writing about his life on the flipside of Malayan history.
1. Source A: Fang Chuang Pi Fong Chong Pik, also known as Fang Chuang Pi, was the representative of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) in Singapore in the s.
He was nicknamed “The Plen” or plenipotentiary, and met up with Lee Kuan Yew between to to try to organize a united front against the British.
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18 Jul Aloysius Chin, The Communist Party of Malaya: The. Fong Chong Pik aka the Plen has confirmed the instruction Chin Peng gave to Eu Chooi Yip. The Plen disclosed in his book published in and also to historian CC Chin that in a meeting in Beijing inthe CPM had directed Eu to set up a working committee in Jakarta to strengthen and consolidate communist united front activities in Singapore.
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Fong Chong Pik Last updated Ap Fong Chong Pik (simplified Chinese: 方壮壁; traditional Chinese: 方壯壁; pinyin: Fāng Zhuàng Bì; - ), also known as Fang Chuang Pi, was a political activist and member of the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM), otherwise known as the Malayan Communist Party (MCP).
 He was the leader of the Singapore section of the Communist Party of. Fong Chong Pik had considered a guerrilla warfare at Western Malaysia, despatching forces from Indonesia to enter Malaysia via Singapore and to head to the rural villages to establish strongholds for warfare, with secret transportation route established along the coastal areas for communications between Indonesia and Malaysia (if this is.
The adjoining small room was where then-PM LKY and the underground Communist chief, Fong Chong Pik held secret meetings. This was also where Mr Lee discussed strategies with his Old Guard ministers to take on the opposition Barisan Socialis in debate.
A new book launched on Thursday compiles the account of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew of the communist insurgency in Singapore leading up towith some 12 radio broadcasts made available online to the public. The book, The Battle For Merger, was initially published ina year after the broadcasts were made, and it was a compilation of the full and unedited transcripts of.
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[email protected] Chong Pik was prevented to meet with Lee any more, before Lee initiated Operation Cold Store. In the early s, when Sukarno served as the president of Indonesia, the MCP could organise activities publicly.
Through the co-operation with Communist Party of Indonesia, Eu established Malayan National Liberation League.Lee also revealed, for the first time, his interactions with Malayan Communist Party representative Fong Chong Pik (whom Lee called the “Plen”), who had sought to establish a united front with the PAP.
 In Januarythe transcripts of the broadcasts, along with 12 appendices, were compiled into a book titled The Battle for Merger.