Travels to the Happy Land This is a tale

Travels to the Happy Land This is a tale of displaced toys looking for a happy, safe home outside of a conflict zone. They encounter a cat along the way who alerts them to the fact that some toys will attempt to keep these conventional toys from reaching Happy Land. The traditional toys that have been uprooted must so battle to get into Happy Land. Pu Lone is a pyit taing htaung, a typical paper toy from Myanmar, in this folktale. A pyit taing htaung represents resiliency, persistence, and the capacity to endure adversity because it always gets back up after being hurled or shoved down. The traditional toys of Myanmar also include Pho Wa Yote, Chinlone Nga Nyo, and Nwa Gyi, who are Pu Lone’s buddies. The writer of this


On top of Mount Ledang, the stunning Princess of Gunung Ledang led a contented life. The princess had to devise a plan to turn down the overbearing Sultan of Melaka’s advances. She devised dowry demands that she was certain the Sultan could not meet. Unfortunately, the Princess suggested a seventh request: a bowl containing the royal prince’s blood. The Sultan granted all six wishes and was about to accept his reward. First documented in Sulalatus Salatin (Genealogy of Kings), a historical literary work of the Malay Sultanate in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, is the legend of Puteri Gunung Ledang (Princess of Gunung Ledang). Known more popularly as the Malay Annals or