Cuttings (3 posts)


"...An Austronesian language officially spoken in Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore and unofficially spoken in East Timor and parts of Thailand. It is spoken by 290 million people (around 260 million in Indonesia alone in its own literary standard named "Indonesian") across the Malay world."

  1. 26.12.2022
    Lusa to Overmorrow, Kelmarin to Ereyesterday
    Two days yore, and two days yet to be.

  2. 06.10.2015
    Subservient/Servile Written Malay
    The differing tone of formal written English and Malay.

  3. 23.07.2015
    The Line Between Gifts and Bribes
    Gifts and bribes in Malaysia - the difference/similarity.

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