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Malaysian Indian Classical Dancers Make Their Way To History

Akhyari Hananto6 months ago
Congratulations to the dancers of the Sri Rathakrishanan Music & Arts Centre for your amazing achievement! ...

Red Lipstick Evolution: Symbol of Empowering, Alluring and Degenerate

Choir Nnisa12 months ago
Behind the elegance of Red color lipstick, it has a wonderful history. Let's take a look at how was red lipstick grown so far ...

Interesting Facts from ASEAN Countries

Mohamad Ramdhan12 months ago
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is regional grouping that promotes economic, political, and security cooperation. ...

Indonesia’s Historical Hidden Place: The Heritage of Majapahit Kingdom

Indonesia is one of the countries in Southeast Asia which has a rich culture and has along the historical journey. ...

The Origin of Nagini Based on Mahabharata Story

Adli Hazmi3 years ago
Recently J.K Rowling has announced  the Nagini’s background knowledge. Where she got the idea of the name Nagini. In the ...

The Top 10 Museums In the World, According to the Latest TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards

Adelaida Salikha3 years ago
Here's the full list of top 10 museums in the world, chose by TripAdvisor's travellers. ...

Did You Know: Malaysia’s Most Famous Siblings' Technique in Badminton, Got Banned by the IBF?

Adelaida Salikha3 years ago
The technique introduced caused discontent among other players as it was seen to give an unfair advantage to one side that it got banned ...

Did You Know That This World’s Leading Energy Drink Originally Comes From This Region?

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
How this world’s top energy drink began in Thailand, but it took an Austrian to make it a global phenomenon. ...

Indonesia's Batik and Its European Connection

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
Javanese batik, the pride of Indonesia, has been the subject of research by many historians from around the world. ...

Ancient Ornaments Reveal How Humans Adapted to Wallacea

Thomas Benmetan5 years ago
A cave on the island of Sulawesi, known as Leang Bulu Bettue, has been found to host thousands of personal ornaments and pieces of ...