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MYS: Sungai Lembing

Around the World, Day 8/80 Tin was the original aluminum. For a long time, disposable metallic things were made from tin, because purifying aluminum was expensive and tin is resistant to corrosion. As a result, everyday items that we still use today, such as tin cans and tin foils, were named after tin. In the […]

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MYS: Kangkar Bahru (新港)

Around the World, Day 4/80 Even though Malaysia is a melting pot of mixed cultures, you wouldn’t be able to tell from the names of places. Most cities and towns have Malay names, as many of these places were first settled as Malay villages. (There were controversial name changes in some places and streets, but […]