Malaysians Celebrate Iftar In New Zealand

Aug 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Malaysian National News Agency

By Ahmad Shukran Shaharudin WELLINGTON, Aug 10 -- "There is no Ramadan bazaar here so you have to make your own food for breaking fast", Mohd Azam Abd told Rashid, the writer of this article when he arrived in New Zealand three years ago.

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IMASE

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Aug 10, 2012
 
when i was in m'sia last year, people started to use 'iftari' rather than 'berbuka puasa'.'haj' instead of 'haji' or 'naik haji'. and tons of other new words especially indonesians.

is bahasa malaysia or 'm'sian' bahasa melayu really a proper language?
HIDUP NUSANTARA

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Aug 10, 2012
 
"bahasa melayu is a proper language" what do you mean?

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