Study of Malay history important, says don

Salehuddin sounding the gong to launch the international Malay Archaeology, History and Culture seminar while Prof Zuliskandar (second from left) and Johor Elected Representatives Wives Association (Juita) deputy chairman Norfaizu Mohd Tap (third from left) look on.

JOHOR BARU: It is important now, more than ever, to ensure that the study of Malay history, archaeology and culture continues in the digital age, said a university professor who specialises in such topics.

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Institute of Malay Civilisation and Nature deputy director Prof Dr Zuliskandar Ramli said the Malay culture and history vastly influenced various parts of the world.

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