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Category: Kampong Tales
In the autumn of 2011, Kampar, Perak, Malaysia, will finally receive its own splendidly unique museum dedicated to the preservation of its tin mining inheritance. Following heritage initiatives of the tin museum in Selangor (Klang Tin Museum) and the Sungai Lembing Museum in Pahang (dedicated to the memory of tin mining in that area), the [...]
We trawled over the last remaining dredge, stepped out and up at Kellie’s Castle and climbed once more into our aging jeep heading down the road to an area rapidly becoming renowned for its tranquil lakes and lush parklands – Taman Herba.
The severity of the AIDS pandemic remains a prime concern across the world.
White bleached skulls of deceased water buffalo mocking call ‘You’ll be sorry’ to the morning anglers who, dragging their Japanese slippered feet through the sandy Malim Nawar desert
If you look very, very carefully there is a long list of very talented people associated with the enigmatic Silver State of Perak.
It has been an odd year, a back and forth year, an uncertain but wonderful year
Perak once again rings to the unique, and some might say quite mystifying, sounds of camera tracks being laid,