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The Bagh naka 'Tiger's Claw'

The mystery object this week was the Bagh naka, Hindi for “Tiger’s claw” which is an ancient Indian weapon. Poisoned Bagh naka were used by the Rajput clans for assassination and later became associated with the Thugs, semi-religious bandits and murderers. 113 more words


COMO The Treasury, Perth AUSTRALIA

  1. Short walk to Elizabeth Quay, Supreme Court Gardens, Perth’s Shopping hub and Northbridge’s collection of quirky bars
  2. Some of Perth’s best food and drink in Wildflower and Post restaurants and the clever Petition collection nearby…
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I'm an ABC

That’s Australian Born Chinese for those that aren’t familiar with the initialism. Although I have seen Americans use it for themselves with the A standing for American, the basic principle is the same. 671 more words


Bamboo Organ: Las Piñas Great Treasure

Las Piñas, one of the many cities in National Capital Region (NCR), is continuously growing as a city. Along the stretch of Alabang-Zapote Road, you will notice the rise of shopping centers, spas, and other modern structures that display commercialism and urban lifestyle. 719 more words


Visiting Gressenhall

We went to see the Lorina Bulwer display at Gressenhall Museum of Rural Life. Lorina was incarcerated in the workshouse in Great Yarmouth which would have been very similar to Gressenhall. 83 more words


Because We Love Our Land: War & Nation-building in Singapore

“Training to be soldiers, fight for our land
Once in our lives, two years of our time
Have you ever wondered, why must we serve? 3,057 more words


Kilkenny Castle

A trip to Kilkenny Castle is always a fascinating thing to do, when we arrived there was a due for tickets, but, it moved quickly and we were soon enjoying the Castle. 153 more words