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Muzium dan Pengisian: Di Mana Akar Kita?
博物館和裝填物—我們的根在何處?
November 18th, 2019Type: Translation
Author: Zaidi Musa, 岑建興, 蘇穎欣 (翻譯) Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: Projek Dialog (2016 Jan)
Kelantan Museum; photo: CK Tan (Wikipedia)
Tok Janggut's body was then carried across the Kelantan River from Padang Bank. Source: Bodleian Library, Oxford University (Wikipedia)
The poster for Sarjan Hassan. Its copyright is believed to belong to the distributor of the film, Malay Film Productions Ltd (now defunct), or the graphic artist (Wikipedia))
Zaidi Musa's talk in 2019, Nov, 12 in OCAC, Taiwan; photo: Sima Wu
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