| Wong Nam|
| Anike, The Hidden Papyrus of Hen-taui, Against the Wilderness|
Victoria Institution, University of Malaya
Wong Phui Nam Wikipedia
Wong Phui Nam (September 20, 1935–) is a Malaysian economist and poet.
Born in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, the son of Chinese descendants. He was educated at the Batu Road School and the Victoria Institution. He received his college education at the University of Singapore, earning a B.A. in economics. He was involved in the student-founded literary magazine The New Cauldron and was co-editor of two poetry anthologies from the university.
Since his graduation, Wong Phui Nam has worked in banking and development financing. He is also a noted anglophone poet and several of his poetry collections have been published, beginning with How the Hills are Distant in 1968. In June 2006, his first play Anike was produced by Maya Press.