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Wow.. never knew that joystick is made in this fashion.
this is the traditional way, hand made … there are machines that make joss sticks now too …
wad did they use to make it ah? did u ask? cos chinese culture superstitous believe that they feed the gods or the deads by burning joss stick….do u have any info on that…
or issit in one of ur post on the Borneo post? wad page? cant wait!
twvsk: I actually have the information with me and meant to include it in this post, but I was lazy. ;P A future post then!
May I know where is that place? I would like to see my own eye as it is hard to believe that Malaysian have own a handmade joss stick? I proud that we have another Malaysian Handmake
Eric, it’s somewhere in Penang. I don’t remember where exactly but I’m sure the locals will be able to tell you.
At the back lane named Lorong Muda behind the Kuan Yin Temple. Go watch a video produced by Discovery Channel about the story of this joss maker at http://www.pulaupinang.com
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