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Published on Jul 3, 2012
The little village of Bukit Koman in Raub, Pahang, is the sort of place where people stop to have conversations with each other. Watching from the sidelines of a small, clean and airy coffeeshop, a man stops by a sundry store for a loaf of bread and stays for the length of time it takes to smoke a cigarette and then some. The people here are a vociferous lot, but good-naturedly so, calling out to each other from across the street, inquiring mostly after each other's health. It is a grudgingly cliched picturesque place, which, in better times, would look perfect on touristy pamphlets.