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=> Seni Gayung Fatani

Seni Gayung Fatani is a style of silat from Malaysia. Because of its artistic appearance, it is often mistaken for a dance. The steps and hand movements all have combat applications and are meant to lock or disable the opponent. The current grandmaster is Guru Aminuddin bin Hj Anuar from the Pertubuhan Seni Gayung Fatani Malaysia (PSGFM).

In Malay, the word seni means art and gayung or is a word for martial arts synonymous with silat. Fatani means wise in Arabic and was chosen because of its similarity to Pattani, the kingdom from where the art originated. Source :[link]

=> Rakshasa

A Rakshasa (Sanskrit: राक्षसः rākṣasaḥ, Kannada: ರಾಕ್ಷಸ, Malay/ Indonesian: raksasa, Bengali: rakkhosh, Assamese: raikhox, Tibetan: སྲིན་པོ་ srinpo, Chinese: 羅剎 luóchà [Pinyin] or lo-cha [Wade-Giles], Japanese: 羅刹 rasetsu, Vietnamese: la sát) or alternatively rakshas, is a race of mythological humanoid beings or unrighteous spirit in Hindu and Buddhist religion. Rakshasas are also called man-eaters ("Nri-chakshas," "Kravyads"). Source :[link]

=> Drop Bear Aware

Drop bears are smarter than you think, and display some interesting characteristics. One thing for sure is that there are things you can do to avoid the threat of drop bears when visiting Australia. Here are our ten most recommended tips:

1. Avoid drop bear prone areas - Check the danger areas and avoid walking under tall trees

2. Try to avoid speaking in languages apart from English - A drop bear can detect foreign languages and will target the origin of such sounds

3. Use the Aussie Lingo - Words like sheila and crikey will fool your average drop bear

4. Smear vegemite on your armpits - We think this one is a bit of a myth, however many swear by it, so if you want to make sure you don't get flattened by a hairy meat sack, then you may want to go to such extremes.

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