Ronggeng-Ronggeng: Malaysian Short Stories brings together six decades of Malaysian short stories from 1959 till 2018. Comprising twenty-eight short stories from established and emerging writers, including Lee Kok Liang, KS Maniam, Shirley Geok-Lin Lim, Tunku Halim and Saras Manickam, it presents the varied and diverse multi-cultural voices of Malaysia. Although almost all the writers in this collection write from their ethnic position, their literary canvases rise above communalism. The stories in Ronggeng-Ronggeng are presented in a variety of styles, from social realism to the supernatural and horror sub-genres, and the tone of the stories range from serious to humourous. A collection for people interested in learning more about Malaysia and Malaysian writing, as well as for the general reader of new world literature!