The resettlement of Eurasian and Chinese Catholics in the jungles of Malaysia during World War II has been largely forgotten. Fiona Hodgkins chronicles its painful history.
Fiona Hodgkins (right), a history graduate whose professional life has revolved around history and education, spent 14 years in Singapore. Her research into Bahau arose from a personal quest and a passion for social history. From Syonan to Fuji-Go (2014), which chronicles her research, is her first book. Fiona is pictured here with Gwen Perry, a survivor of the Bahau settlement.