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Kaum India di Malaysia

Mar 15, 2017
Kaum India di Malaysia

Saya telah tinggal di Malaysia lebih 20 tahun, dalam pada masa itu, saya telah memupuk satu penghargaan yang besar terhadap budaya dan adat yang wujud di Malaysia, yang telah memberi inspirasi kepada saya untuk lebih banyak menulis tentang kekayaan kebudayaan negara ini. Kaum India telah mula berhijrah ke rantau ini sebelum penjajahan British lagi,...

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Baba and Nyonya

Feb 13, 2017
Baba and Nyonya

Background The Baba Nyonya, also known as Peranakan or Straits-Chinese, are the descendants of Chinese immigrants who married and assimilated into local communities in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries. The number of Chinese migrants increased when the tin mines in Kesang, Johor, opened and started operating. With Malacca as...

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Perayaan Gawai Dayak

Feb 13, 2017
Perayaan Gawai Dayak

Ke hadapan sahabat-sahabat di seluruh dunia, Saya telah menetap di Malaysia selama lebih 20 tahun dan sejak itu saya mula menghargai kepelbagaian budaya dan adat resam Malaysia. Selama itu, saya menikmati budaya dan adat resam yang wujud di Malaysia, di mana ia telah memberi inspirasi kepada saya untuk berkongsi dengan lebih lagi mengenai aspek-aspek...

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