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The Kelantanese dialect – Baso Kelaté or Kécèk Kelaté – can be a challenge to understand even to the most proficient speaker of the Malay language. It is spoken in rhythmic sentences with a sort of sing-song intonation that incorporates unique pronunciation.
Young Malaysians tell us why they love their local Malay dialect or loghat.
While Malaysians are united by a standardised Malay language, the many dialects across the states add vibrancy to daily conversations.
Whether you’re a casual reader or a serious literature enthusiast, there’s definitely a lot to look forward to at this year’s GTLF, held from on Nov 21-24.
In many Chinese households, all family members keep to tradition by coming together in a celebrative feast on the eve of the Chinese New Year.
A few weeks ago, the Sultan of Johor expressed the idea that we should adopt Singapore’s education system. The crux of the matter related to the usage of English as a medium of instruction in our national schools.
Once upon a time, if someone had told our columnist that she would be on texting terms with the tomyam warung operator below her apartment, and that he would be chauffeuring her to the airport someday, she would have said, 'Crazy ah?'