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David Titheridge
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Web developer & theology student; lover of language & literature
Web developer & theology student; lover of language & literature

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More end-of-Ramadan decorations and snippets of Malaysian culture as I visit each station on the Ampang Light Rail Transit line in Kuala Lumpur. I’m back in Malaysia’s capital of Kuala Lumpur, where I spent six months in 2012, and I arrived during the…

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I continue my romp along the Kelana Jaya Light Rail Transit line in Kuala Lumpur, renewing my acquaintance with the city, viewing station displays for Hari Raya, exploring forgiveness and Malaysian traditions of Ramadan. For the motivation for my project,…

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Rapid KL Ramadan: Hari Raya Blessings on the LRT

Trains and tunnels, ketupats and kampungs, fasting and food and forgiveness.  I take the Kelana Jaya line across Kuala Lumpur, rediscover the city, and learn how Malaysians celebrate the end of Ramadan. Light Rail Transit and the Ketupat Challenge Three…

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Whirinaki Forest Park, Feb 2015
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I go back to school, learn how diverse India is and how to keep it neat and clean; I swot up biology, geography, history, and find 17 reasons to return. A few hours before my flight to Malaysia, I crouched at the entrance of Sagar Gift and Fancy…

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I’m inducted into the creed of cricket and cringe as bandits attack; I’m thanked with pink icing and farewelled with pork. As well as power cuts and oppressive heat, summer brought the 76-match IPL cricket series.  The Indian Premiere League is apparently…

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I find churches of every persuasion, marvel at Bangalore’s IT boom and measure its electrical bust; I’m as hot as James Bond but wet as a frog when it comes to catching snakes. The surrounding suburb seems like the Bible Belt of Bangalore.  I’ve found no…

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I investigate more matrimonial mysteries like fasting and cleanliness, divorce and detectives, north and south, the minute of birth and the height of Mars. After getting over the codes of caste and colour and class (see my first matrimonials post here), I…

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I attend an Indian wedding and account for a marrying vendor of socks; I crack the code of matrimonial ads to reveal the eligibility of Ph.D.’s, pigments, and beards. Weddings are big in India.  I’ve heard several processions with banging crackers,…

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I visit mosques of the world and unearth relics of Mohammed; I collect a pantheon of cartoon gods and choose a winning goddess. In between my encounters with fruits, flowers, and primal colours that make even Disney look tame (see previous post here), I…
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