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My New Village

Bukit Bakri Barat produces quality joss sticks [峇吉里西區]

Bukit Bakri Barat produces quality joss sticks [峇吉里西區]

About 60%, or 8,000 people, of Bukit Bakri Barat’s population are Chinese. Its fist village head Du Pi Zhou, who is still in the office today, said that following the progress of the times, the housing industry booms, particularly in Aik Hwa Choon. Tin was found at outskirts of Kampung Baru Bakri in the 1960s, […]

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My Hometown :: The Big House in Grisek [玉射]

My Hometown :: The Big House in Grisek [玉射]

Grisek and Kundang Ulu are two new villagers located by Sungai Muar in Johor. Sungai Muar has played an important role in the development history of the two new villages. As recorded in The Malay Annals, the then Sultan of Malacca Mahmud Shah fled to Kampung Raja Pagoh after defeated by the Portuguese army. One […]

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My Hometown :: Sungai Mati gets back to nature [利豐港]

My Hometown :: Sungai Mati gets back to nature [利豐港]

Sungai Mati was once a thriving port but after the formation of an oxbow lake, it gradually abandoned the bustling and flourishing good old days and became an inland town rich in natural ecology. Riverside towns emerged as early as in the 19th century, including Sungai Mati. In that era when waterway was the main […]

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