Kampung


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Kampung

In Malaysia, a political subdivision equivalent to a municipality.
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Islam could have spread here as early as the 10th century in Aceh in what is now Kampung Pande.
Thus far, the virus is spreading within a quarantine zone with a 10-kilometer radius, which was imposed by the Veterinary Services Department when the disease first surfaced in Kampung Pasir Pekan.
The book gives an account of the lives of some of the kampung's residents and follows on from Jellinek's previous studies of life histories of petty traders and changes in income earning activities of kampung dwellers.
Early missionary activity in Sarawak, was associated with health care, education and welfare, and three Christian denominations play a part in Kampung Benuk's gradual and piecemeal conversion to various forms of Christianity: Anglican, Roman Catholic and SIB.
The latest attacks happened just 1 kilometer from Kampung Medan, a poor working-class neighborhood at the fringe of Kuala Lumpur notorious for high crime rates, gangsters, drug addicts and juvenile delinquency.
Although we are told that Haji Abdul Salanl also performed the holy bath ritual in Kampung Pengalat (Text (2), Segment 5) and Kawang (Text (2), Segment 6), Informant 2 does not mention why these cleansing rituals were performed.
The future of bauxite mining will be in Riau islands, including Pulau Bintan (101 million tons) and Kampung Bugis (1,332 million tons metal), which are in PT Timah's mining areas.
The violence is currently confined to five neighboring settlements -- Kampung Lindungan, Kampung Datuk Harun, Kampung Ghandi, Taman Medan and Taman Desaria -- whose residents number about 30,000 and are mostly factory workers and small traders.
suite amid the ambiance of an ancient kampung and the scent of
Kampung Tanduo and the forests and villages in and around Felda Sahabat in Lahad Datu had witnessed the most awful clashes then.
During the first meeting that was held at the new meeting hall, the team leader introduced the project in a PowerPoint presentation to a gathering of Ketua Kampung and Pengerusi JKKK from most of the nearby accessible villages in Yambunan.
The 17-year-old, nicknamed Mat Tetek, came from Kluang to live with his elder sister in Kampung Parit Yusof in Muar.