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YMM Tuanku Bainun, From a Teacher to the Queen of Perak

We wanted to share the story of a famous lady in the history of the Sultanate of Perak.

The Sad Story of a Loyal Wife Who Cycles Daily to...

This doesn’t mean that she’s unable to accept the fact of her beloved husband’s death rather she is relieved and acquiesced by the departure of her beloved husband. For her, this is how she remembers her husband daily by sending food to her husband's working place.

Get to Know the Teacher That Taught Religious Values to Five...

As time passes by, our forgotten historical figures should be recognized not only to the people in Perak, but to the people of Malaysia as a whole and the figure is no other than the teacher that has taught religion to five Sultans of Perak.

The Story of a Taiping-born soldier, Sentenced to Death by Japan

The earliest Askar Melayu troop with body number 12, Lt Ibrahim bin Sidek, passed away with his companion Lt Ariffin bin Sulaiman with body number 8, and five other soldiers of Askar Melayu.

Getting to Know Raja Ahmad Nazim Azlan Shah

Engku Raja Ahmad Nazim Azlan Shah then continued his studies at one of the prestige schools in Kuala Lumpur which is Garden International School (GIS).

Raja Chulan is The First Malay Chosen To Be A Part...

The person that we will be talking about is the first Malay to be appointed as an officer in the British Administration which is as Malayan Civil Service (MCS).

Getting To Know The Late (Almarhum) Raja Ashman Shah

The Late Raja Ashman Shah was the third child of The Late (Almarhum) Sultan Azlan Shah (34th Sultan of Perak).

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The Origin of Sitiawan City Name

According to earlier history of how Sitiawan got its name, it was said to be derived from four elephants passing through this village. Suddenly, one of them disappeared from the herd.

The Myth Behind the Letter A for Perak Vehicle Registration Number

Initially, the first alphabet of the vehicle registration number in Perak was not the letter A, but the letter PK.

History of Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK)

The MCKK was established in 1905 by the British on the recommendation of Richard James Wilkinson, a colony education officer at the time.

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