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Preserving Malaysian history, a book at a time

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26/9/2021 2:22:00 AM

Preserving Malaysian history, a book at a time

Nazreen Jaafar explains how his passion project became a business.

Copy URLA love of antique books, maps, photographs and lithographs that chronicle the history of Malaysia has led one man to transform his hobby into a business. – The Malaysian Insight pic, September 25, 2021.A DESIRE to provide Malaysians with antique books, maps, photographs and lithographs chronicling the history of Malaysia led one man to transform his hobby into a business.

Nazreen Jaafar, 31, startedBukuku Pressin 2016 to sell secondhand books he had collected over the years.

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