Actually Existing Religious Pluralism in Kuala Lumpur

Yeoh Seng Guan Monash University

Introduction Malaysia is no stranger to mutating religious diversity and cultural pluralism. For centuries, given its strategic geo-political position along the commercial trade routes between China and India (and beyond), an array of travelers to the peninsular – interalia merchants, imperialists and missionaries- have left their imprints, both singular and hybrid, on belief systems, social practices and material cultures that make up the societal fabric of modern-day Malaysia.

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