Dr Khairudin Aljunied

Associate Professor of Intellectual and Society History of the Malay World

Media

Days of Rage
Credits: Channel News Asia

From the riots sparked in 1950 (Maria Hertogh), 1955 (Hock Lee Bus) and 1964 (Racial Riots) to the terror attacks in 1965 (Konfrontasi/MacDonald House) and 1974 (Laju Hijack), Days of Rage is an epic journey into Singapores remarkable past. It combines drama reconstruction, interviews with key eyewitnesses, rare archive, declassified documents, computer graphics and filming from locations in five different countries. Across the series, we meet the key people caught up during these turbulent times, and hear their personal accounts of these major events. For many, this is the first time they have shared their unique and compelling stories.