- n. In (particularly overseas) Chinese culture and society, a family house.
- From Chinese 公司 (gōngsī). (Wiktionary)
“Penang has a large ensemble of ancestral temples, clan associations or halls called kongsi, and grand mansions.”
“Look at the 'kongsi' that house our workers: plywood walls, river water and dug-out toilet pits are the standard.”
“Ini tidak bermaksud konsep 'perkongsian kuasa' untuk ialah ber'kongsi 'secara samarata.”
“He knocked out the puppy with two blows and carried it back to his kongsi where his friends had already built a fire.”
“I could not rush a town or a Chinese _kongsi_ house.”
“Saya cuma nak kongsi petua2 yang saya amalkan sejak zaman anak dara, hinggalah sekarang.”
“Operasi-operasi pencegahan jenayah di kawasan Wangsa Maju turut diadakan secara berkala dan bersepadu melibatkan semua jabatan dalam PDRM bagi membendung jenayah curi kendaraan, pecah rumah, maksiat, pelacuran, kongsi gelap, perjudian haram, rempit, lumba haram, cetak rompak dan penipuan.”
“District police are also focusing on the crackdown on illegal immigrants -- 48 of whom were picked up during three operations at several kongsi in the district since early February.”
“Alson, who had been having an affair with the labourer's wife the last six months, met his cruel end at the kongsi (workers quarters) he shared with his assailant in Kg Gudon,”
“This caused the suspect to attack the victim and kill him at the kongsi before burying the body about 50 metres away from the kongsi," he said.”
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