In Sarawak, a Hidden Japanese Shrine Offers an Alternative Pre-WWII History
Deep in the jungles of Sarawak, the Yorioka Shrine stands as testament to the once cordial relationship Malaysians have with the Japanese. Then, World War II happened. Now, a group of Japanese Sarawakians are determined to not let this chapter of history be forgotten.
Lashed and Whipped To Investigate Singapore’s Forbidden Art of Kuda Kepang
For a long time, Kuda Kepang was a mainstay at numerous functions within the Malay community. And then it all went away. We dug deep to investigate its disappearance—and how a group of practitioners are petitioning for it to be brought back to life.