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Registered: November 2009
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October 30, 2011 6:57am

Shops selling rattan products are almost extinct. Hula hoops, traditional nyonya rattan tiffin carriers, children rocking chairs and the two toy rattan swing baby cots at the left of this pic. caught my attention. Wondering if small girls today still play "mothers" with these toy swing baby cots or play masak-masak at all. Very often we can see kids today holding iPad - even toddlers in strollers have iPad to keep them occupied.



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