We found a stall selling sambal (a chilli and lime relish) and edged tools at a petrol station near Dili, East Timor. The choice of the items is a mystery.
The lady of the stall was using the word katana [kətənə], an apparently Japanese word, while pointing at the edged tools in the photos. I was wondering how she knew the language, even though the Japanese army once occupied Portuguese Timor. Then I was informed that the Japanese word katana [katana] ('sword') has been adopted in Tetun (the local lingua franca of East Timor) and used for these types of tools.