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Baba dan Nyonya

Mar 11, 2017

Latar Belakang Baba Nyonya, juga dikenali sebagai Peranakan atau Cina Selat, ialah keturunan pendatang Cina yang berkahwin dan berasimilasi dengan komuniti tempatan di Malaysia, Singapura dan Indonesia, di antara abad kelima belas dan ketujuh belas. Bilangan pendatang Cina meningkat ketika lombong timah di Kesang, Johor dibuka dan mula beroperasi. Dengan Melaka sebagai pusatnya, budaya...

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World’s Cruelest Killers

Oct 6, 2016
World’s Cruelest Killers

Dear friends, I have always been very interested in human psychology which has compelled me to read and learn more about different types of people and personalities, especially those who do not conform to normal societal conventions. One such group of people is serial killers. It is their psychology that fascinates me because I...

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Mastering Office Politics

Jan 27, 2016
Mastering Office Politics

Somethings are unavoidable. No matter how much we bellyache we don’t like people politics whether it’s at home, with friends, organization or the office, as long as there are people, politics will arise. Politics simple is people’s divergent views and methods to carry out their goals. At times it clashes. Since it’s unavoidable, better...

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Jan 26, 2011

A few days ago, a video surfaced of a dog being abused by a man in a small room. The video very quickly circulated on the Internet, especially on Facebook, where a very active online group was started just to identify the abuser. Apparently they have located both the man and the woman (who...

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1st Day-Kechara’s Mobile Soup Kitchen!

Jan 9, 2011
1st Day-Kechara’s Mobile Soup Kitchen!

No it’s not a new department hehe….it’s Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) that has officially launched its very first weekday mobile soup kitchen! Since September 2010, KSK has opened their very own building right in the city center of Kuala Lumpur! As they continued their community services, the number of homeless people that walked through...

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‘Super monkey’ security guards

Nov 9, 2010
‘Super monkey’ security guards

Delhi authorities are to deploy a contingent of langurs — a large type of monkey — at Commonwealth Games venues to help chase away smaller simians from the sporting extravaganza. From Wednesday, 10 langurs will be put on duty outside Games venues in the Indian capital, with the boxing and hockey stadiums seen as...

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TV industry show hails smartphone, Facebook era

Oct 3, 2010
TV industry show hails smartphone, Facebook era

Internet-based TV viewing, the arrival of Apple’s iPad and the proliferation of smartphones are set to ring in a new era of connected entertainment, industry experts predict. TV industry show hails smartphone, Facebook era Thousands of TV execs are to flock to the French Riviera to brainstorm and snap up some of the hottest...

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Strange News & News

Sep 24, 2010
Strange News & News

Hope you all enjoyed the strange and interesting news from around the world to help you relax from the daily grind. Read the news. Do a round of Migtseymas. Have some tea and remember, everything is not as it seems according to our perceptions. It is only weird as we have labels. Ultimately everything...

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Kalmyk People’s Origin – VERY INTERESTING

Sep 21, 2010
Kalmyk People’s Origin – VERY INTERESTING

  Regions with significant populations Kalmyks in Russia 172,000 Oirats in Mongolia 205,000 Oirats in China 139,000 Languages Kalmyk, Russian Religion – Predominantly Tibetan Buddhism – Minority Orthodox Christianity Related ethnic groups Oirats, Mongols, Buryats Kalmyk people (or Kalmyks) (Kalmyk: Хальмгуд, Halm’gud) is the name given to the Oirats, western Mongols in Russia, whose...

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Girl throws puppies into river..

Sep 15, 2010
Girl throws puppies into river..

One of my students found this video which have just been released a few days ago. I’m so upset seeing how a young teenager can throw some very young puppies into a river…I have never seen anything like this before, but according to animal rescue groups, this is not a rare occurrence. The only...

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