Even as a kid growing up in Malaysia, particularly Sarawak, there's a big chance you might have heard about the bloody interracial conflicts going on in Kalimantan between their native Dayak groups and the
On June 28, 1944, a horrendous war crime was committed in a quiet village called Mandor in West Kalimantan, Indonesia during World War II (WWII).
While some historians believed the number of victims were
When Sarawak was an independent kingdom under the reign of three White Rajahs, the then government carried a number of punitive expeditions against its alleged rebels.
These include an expedition against the Ibans in
Some Malaysians might not know the name Osborne cracker, but most would definitely recognise the shape and flavour of it.
This oval-shaped cracker is generally made from wheat flour, vegetable oil, sugar, corn
The Battle of Long Jawai was one of the earliest battles in the history of the Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation (1963-1966).
The confrontation was an undeclared war which started from Indonesia’s opposition to the creation