Preserving our identity: The Digitising Malay Writing in Sri Lanka project
In 2011 Prof. Ronit Ricci visited Sri Lanka to conduct a pilot research on an area which had not until then been pursued. She was in search of Malay writing, and Sri Lankan Malay writing in particular. Several research had
Sepak Takraw and Rugby are two sports that reign supreme among our community. Touching the pulse of where the love for these sports are, the Colombo Malay Cricket Club together with the Sri Lanka Malay Youth Association will be hosting the Sepak Takraw and Rugby Carnival. The event will be
Author’s Note: Apologies for the long interim since the very first article in the series. Family and career life takes over most of the time, and the rest of the time, I’m plain lazy to research.
The previous article skimmed the customs of a typical Sri Lankan Malay Wedding before the
Note from author: the below list is mainly based on my personal observations and online research. Therefore it might not cover all the traditions. The additional comments, sides and after-thoughts are purely mine and a humble request to the readers to not be disheartened or enraged if your point of
The Annual Trip of COSLAM this year took place on the 12th December 2016 at the Blue Water Villa, a small resort at Dhampe, Piliyandala on the banks of the Bolgoda lake. Nearly 50 members of COSLAM joined the much awaited outing. They made use of this occasion to relax,
Sri Lankan Creole Malay – Anyone ever wonder why the Malay language spoken in Sri Lanka is different or you may say not the same as they use in Indonesia or Malaysia…?
If you don’t know the answer this is why it’s not. At the time we copied the article from