Mark T.C. Tan has published a number of books:
1.As a young Civil Servant in the 1960’s he single handedly wrote and circulated some training manuals, including “Government Storekeeping” and “Purchasing for Government”. These were used as staff training materials into the 1980s.
2.In early 1987 he authored a management book, entitled "Back to Basics" which was published by the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) and Federal Publishers
3.In 1993, he wrote his first nonfiction entitled “China Roots” the story of a Singapore immigrant.
4.That same year he wrote “30 prayers for the Family”, a prayer book, which was published by
the Christian Family and Social Movement CFSM.
5.In 2012 the CFSM again published “My Family Book” which was conceptualized and edited by him.
by Mark Tan
The life story of an Eurasian who lived and grew up in Singapore in the 1920's, without benefit of much adult supervision. He later encountered life, as many will never ever experience when a country is at war, while he was employed as a gaoler in a prison of deprived prisoners facing torture and death.
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