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Thaipusam celebrations

Hindu devotees perform a prayer at Batu Caves temple during Thaipusam festivals on February 08, 2020 outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Thaipusam is a Hindu festival celebrated mostly by the Tamil community. Devotees will pray and make vows when the prayers are answered and they fulfill the vows by piercing parts of their body such as their cheeks, tongues, and backs before carrying a ‘Kavadi’ or milk pots on a four kilometre journey of fait website: www.samsulsaid.com Instagram: samdiaries

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A thanksgiving ‘Puja Pantai’ ritual prayer in Malaysia

A thanksgiving ‘Puja Pantai’ ritual prayer in Malaysia

Mah Meri tribe wearing a traditional cloth performs prayers on the beach as they offer a prayer to the sea at Pulau Carey, Straits of Malacca beach on January 29, 2020 in Pulau Carey, Malaysia. The indigenous people of Mah Meri village, perform the ‘Puja Pantai’ ritual prayer and ‘Main Jo-oh’ dance to appease the spirits of the seas and celebrate the New Year. The annual Ari Muyang or Ancestor’s Day is celebrated by Malaysia’s Mah Meri tribe people by offering prayers and blessings in honour of their ancestors on February 23. (Footage by Samsul Said)

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A thanksgiving ‘Puja Pantai’ ritual prayer in Malaysia

Mah Meri tribe wearing a traditional cloth performs prayers on the beach as they offer a prayer to the sea at Pulau Carey, Straits of Malacca beach on January 29, 2020 in Pulau Carey, Malaysia. The indigenous people of Mah Meri village, perform the ‘Puja Pantai’ ritual prayer and ‘Main Jo-oh’ dance to appease the spirits of the seas and celebrate the New Year. The annual Ari Muyang or Ancestor’s Day is celebrated by Malaysia’s Mah Meri tribe people by offering prayers and blessings in honour of their ancestors on February 23. (Footage by Samsul Said)

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Lunar New Year of the rat celebrations

Lunar New Year of the rat celebrations outside Kuala Lumpur on January 25, 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the Chinese Calendar, the Lunar New Year which falls on January 25 this year marks the Year of the Rat, the Chinese Lunar New Year also known as the Spring Festival is celebrated from the first day of the first month of the lunar year and ends with Lantern Festival on the Fifteenth day.

Rahsia disebalik pintu penghasilan Fujifilm

The people at Fujifilm open doors to the secret processes behind the creation of the X-Pro3 mirrorless camera, as told through the eyes of its ambassador, X-Photographer Mindy Tan. Intermingled with exclusive interviews and footage, Fujifilm’s camera creators and managers, reveal for the first time its team dynamics, beliefs and history in this 90-min documentary. It also features nine popular X-Photographers from all over the world who open up in their home environments to discuss what being a photographer and being connected with Fujifilm means today. Featuring Eric Bouvet (France), Patrick La Roque (Canada), Kevin Mullins (UK), Jonas Rask (Denmark), Charlene Winfred (Iraq), Megan Lewis (Australia), Rommel Bundalian (Philippines), Zack Arias (USA) and Mindy Tan (Singapore). Directed and filmed by Palle Schultz Scripted, interviewed and narrated by Mindy Tan. ~~~~~~~~~~~ From the director Camera Punk is the result of a year long journey into the lives, minds and attitudes of Fujifilm and its ambassadors. The title describes strong minds with a bleeding passion for photography and art, underlined beautifully by Senior Manager Shin Udono who said: “This is not a digital device, this is a camera!” I hope you will enjoy the film Kind regards Palle Schultz

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Taman Tema pertama di Malaysia – (Memories of Mimaland)

Mimaland started operating in 1971, Mimaland was built on a hilly area of 300 acres in Ulu Gombak near Kuala Lumpur. Mimaland’s construction was done in phases and the theme park was opened in stages. Mimaland’s first phase was completed in 1970, and consisted of 24 motels, 5 chalets and a swimming pool. Among the main attractions, was the ‘prehistoric animal park’ containing dinosaur models of a very impressive size. In January 1993, a 27-year-old Singaporean was killed while using the giant slide at the Mimaland pool. The incident shocked the public and resulted in a temporary closure of Mimaland. After improvement was done to the giant slide, Mimaland was reopened. However, a minor landslide caused damage to the walls of the same pool in May 1994. This incident caused muddy water to seep into the pool, causing the area to close to the public. Mimaland was closed permanently in 1994. (www.samsulsaid.com)