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KUALA PILAH (Bernama): For the last 10 years, antique shop owner Low Boon Tick has worked hard to build up his business but last night, he saw it all burn down in a fire.
AT the tender age of five, Nur Ain Alaudin had already found an undying love for all rusty things with a past.
PRELOVED items such as books, handbags, souvenirs and toys are up for barter trade on every last Sunday of the month at the Kota Permai market in Bukit Mertajam, Penang.
The Kelabit in Bario, Sarawak, are famous for their intricate beadwork, and it is a tradition they are keen to keep.
OVER the past few decades, the ever-increasing pace of technological changes have been incredibly astounding. Mobile gadgets used just a few years ago are outdated today.
The trend of buying - and selling - pre-loved items, which is becoming more popular in Malaysia, is not as bad as you may think.
GEORGE TOWN: A late 19th century rare Baba Nyonya kamcheng (covered jar) is set to attract collectors from around the world when it goes up for auction soon.
IN a tiny section on the side of Padang Brown in Datuk Keramat, Penang, is a small flea market selling collectibles and preloved goods.
PONTIAN: An avid antique collector who started collecting as a hobby when just eight years old now has over thousands of items.
GEORGE TOWN: For septuagenarian Yusoff Azmi Merican (pic) there is no National Day celebration like the one held at Stadium Merdeka on Aug 31, 1957.