A Tanjung Malim-born Dutch citizen claims he is a descendent of the Emperor of China and that his bloodline is linked to royal families in India, Java and Siam. On Saturday morning, at a Kuala Lumpur hotel coffee house together with two of Kamal’s aides, I waited for the so-called trillionaire. Wearing a baseball cap,… Continue reading Emperor of Indonesia?
This blog will be on hiatus as the author has now moved to KL and busy with work. But hopefully you’ll enjoy what I’ve already posted, and I might post from time to time. Adup samah adup, mana ne asat, Dayakwithgoldenhair
Taken from : http://www.facebook.com/boytattoo (Sylvester Juli) “He looks Dayak-ish, maybe Iban, but he has that Orang Ulu look too… Then again the Vaiee also looks like that…” He’s actually Iban + Lahanan. You’ll be hard pressed to find any pure-blooded Dayak nowadays. Intermarriages have created a varied and diverse mix of looks that can be… Continue reading What our future looks like
The annual Kaul Festival of Dalat (specifically Kpg. Medong) is held on January 1st every year (villages within the area celebrate around closer dates), as opposed to the Kaul of Mukah, which is celebrated on the 3rd week of April. This festival is a large and pagan festival celebrated by the Melanaus of Sarawak. The… Continue reading The Kaul Festival of Dalat