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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KetupatSorry, mate, Ketupat is definitely not quintessentially Malaysian.Its a Javanese cultural import.Much as the Perkasa types hate to admit, the Malay Peninsular was very much a coarse, uncultured land, with the exception of a very small area around Melaka.
well, Wiki didn't say it was imported from Java. It says ketupat is common throughout Indon, Malaysia, PhilippinesBut perhaps we should tell Perkasa about the Wiki write up and let them get into a war of words again with Indon as to who owns what, wakakaka