DR. CHOONG PUI YEE
- Department of South East Asian Studies
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Dr. Choong Pui Yee is a senior lecturer at the Department of Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Malaysia. She teaches ASEAN studies and security issues in Southeast Asia. Her research interests include social movements, contentious politics, Malaysia domestic politics, and security issues in Southeast Asia. She has also published a few book chapters, journal articles, policy papers and numerous commentaries. A trained political scientist, Dr. Choong has held senior research positions in think tanks in Malaysia and Singapore. Beyond her academic research experience, she has worked on several state government projects which includes providing policy recommendations.
- PhD, PHILOSOPHY, MONASH UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA
- M.Sc, SCIENCE(STRATEGIC STUDIES), NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
- B.Arts, ARTS(SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES), UNIVERSITI MALAYA (UM)
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- Choong P.Y.(2013). Continuing Revolt of the Chinese Voters: The Case of Kepong, The Roundtable, The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, Vol 102(6), 428-556
- Choong P.Y and Liow Joseph. C.Y. (2012) Negotiating Religious Freedom: Christianity in Muslim Majority Malaysia, Peace and Policy , Vol 17, 78-94
- Choong. P.Y.(2015). The Case of Titiwangsa: Changing Features of Election Campaigns in Johan Saravanamuttu, Lee Hock Guan and Mohammad Nawab bin Osman (eds), Coalitions in Collision: Malaysia's 13th General Election, Singapore: ISEAS, 221-234
- Choong P.Y.(2014). Grassroot Movements' Dependency on New Media Contemporary Malaysia" Prospects and Limitations, in Alan Chong and Faizal bin Yahya (eds),State, Society and Information Technology in Asia: Alterity between Online and Offline Politics, New York : Ashgate, 93-108
- Choong P.Y. (2013). Kepong and Titiwangsa: Messages or Money? in Meredith Weiss (ed), Electoral Dynamics in Malaysia : Findings from the Grassroots, Malaysia and Singapore: Gerak Budaya and ISEAS Publication, 125-138
- Choong P.Y. (2011). More than a Cake Party: Evolving Protest in Malaysia in Yang Razali (ed), Issues in Human Security in Asia, Singapore: RSIS and ISEAS Publication, 117-119
- Choong, P.Y (2022). SDG 5: Women in Political Positions. SDG for Malaysian States. https://sdg-for-malaysian-states-sdsn.hub.arcgis.com/pages/sdg-5-indicator-551-women-in-pol
- Choong P.Y. (2022). Dwindling Political trust and Democratic Decline in Malaysia, Stratsea
- Choong P.Y.(2021).The Allah Controversy in Malaysia: More than Semantics, Fulcrum ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute , 26th March.
- Lee I.W and Choong P.Y.(2016). No Easy Way to Deal with North Korea, Today Online, 23 February.
- Choong P.Y. (2016). UMNO's Longevity owes much to loyalty but at what cost?, Today Online, 19th May.
- Choong P.Y(2016). An Update from Malaysia: New Parties, Old Politics, Thinking ASEAN, October.
- Choong P.Y. (2013). The Rural-Urban Divide is Blurring, Today, 24th March.
- Choong P.Y(2012). Malaysia's Right Wing Problem, The Diplomat, 2nd March.
- Choong P.Y(2012) Malaysia's Bersih 3.0: Sentiments, Perceptions and Politics, The Jakarta Post.
- Choong P.Y(2011). The Undulation of the Yellow Wave, Asia Times Online, 7th July.
- Choong P.Y. (2011). The Icons and Implications of Post Bersih Rally, Asia Times Online, 12th July.
- Choong P.Y. (2011). Does Malaysia need the ISA?, Asia Times Online, 12th July.
- Choong P.Y.(2021). Eradicating Child Marriages in Southeast Asia : Protecting Children, Challenging Cultural Exceptionalism, Penang Institute.
- Choong P.Y.(2020). Innovations in Elderly Care Needed in Malaysia and in Penang, Penang Institute, Penang Institute Monograph Series.
- Choong P.Y.(2021). Covid-19 Fuels Democratic Decline in Southeast Asia, Penang Institute.
- Choong P.Y and Beh M.T. (2021). Stringent MM2H Requirements Mar Malaysia s Record as Preferred Destination for Long-term Residence, Penang Institute.
- Choong P.Y. (2021). Strengthening Preventive Measures Against Child Sexual Abuse in Malaysia. Penang Institute.
- Choong P.Y.(2020). Covid-19 Impact on the Tertiary Education Sector in Malaysia, Penang Institute Covid-19 Crisis Assessment.
- Choong P.Y(2020). Lessons from Southeast Asia's Responses to Covid-19, Penang Institute Covid-19 Crisis Assessment.
- Choong P.Y and Khor S.K. (2020). Re-evaluating Southeast Asian Public Health Strategies in Preparation for a Second Wave of Covid-19 Infections, Penang Institute.
- Choong P.Y. (2020). Specifics of the Impact of Covid-19 on the Young, Penang Institute.
(Name of Award/Stewardship),(Awarding Institution),(Year Awarded),(Type of Award)
- Non-resident fellow of Research Centre for Asian Studies, Hainan Normal University , Research Centre for Asian Studies, Hainan Normal University , 2022 (GENERAL ACHIEVEMENTS)