MUGENJUKU Troupe Tour: Traditional Sounds of Shamisen

Rate this post October 30, 2011 during 7:35 pm A shamisen, also famous as sangen, is a three-stringed Japanese low-pitched instrument that is customarily played with a plectrum called a bachi. The instrument is assembled identical to that of a guitar or banjo, with customarily a neck somewhat slimmer than that of a guitar or […]

Johor Heads North

Rate this post October 28, 2011 during 2:00 pm The Zapin dance was creatively believed to be introduced by a Muslim missionaries that came from a Middle East during a fifteenth century. Although in a past it was usually achieved by masculine dancers, womanlike dancers are now authorised to join in a opening during benefaction […]

Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia Perak 2011

Rate this post October 28, 2011 during 12:27 pm A traveller once pronounced that what unequivocally creates a debate truly noted was not where we went, though a people we accommodate and transport with. We learnt a law of this matter during a Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia to Perak outing recently. We learnt that a grand […]

MPO’s Native Foray

Rate this post October 27, 2011 during 2:00 pm Malaysians are really propitious to be sanctified with so many smashing things. Except for a occasional riots and demonstrations, there has been no life-threatening wars or genocide after World War II. Though a nation was also influenced by a downturn of a economy behind in a […]