Reflection on A Class Stratification

According to Max Weber upon examining the social structure of Germany, he introduced three independent factors to his theory of stratification hierarchy: class, status and power. Class: A person’s economic position in a society. Status: A person’s prestige, social honor or popularity in a society […]

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The Rollies Roller

In ‘The Kiwi Rollies’ post, I did asked whether anyone can lend me rollie machine/roller? Eventually, one of my colleague lend his rollie roller and even demonstrate to me the steps. Was surprise to know that he bought his rollie roller at 7-Eleven outlet in […]

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Mural Designs: A Dying Culture

Remember my post on my study trip to Belaga last year? Well, click here – just to re-fresh your memory. 🙂 In my studies, mural designs is one of thing covered under the tangible and intangible culture in Borneo. In the olden days, only the […]

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The InSight Story: Part 2

The conference gala dinner was held at EastWood Valley Golf and Country Club. The conference speakers and participants waited at the hotel lobby as shuttle services were provided. The golf club is situated approximately 4km from the hotel where we stayed. Upon reaching the club’s […]

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Beauty With Pain

The first semester of the year has not come to an end yet and I realized that studying my current unit is getting more challenging, interesting and exciting. This week, I get to expose to a broaden knowledge on the uniqueness of Borneo material culture. […]

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How To Make A Fire…

..the Orang Ulu way of making a fire in the wilderness of the tropical rainforest. 🙂 First of all, what I’m going to share with you here is just another way of making a fire. There many ways out there and I hope this method […]

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