• The Importance of Teaching Mathematics and Science in English (Ppsmi)
    lead. In my opinion, I strongly agree with the statement above because I believe Malaysians should learn to improve the way they lead their life by starting a new healthy life such as concern about their food taking. Firstly, Malaysians prefer to eat fast food because fast food is easier and takes...
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  • Muet Speaking - Question & Answer
    with nice shirts and matching ties, this will give him a good feeling about himself so he will walk a bit straighter and talk a bit wiser. Moreover, people will look at him and have a good impression about Malaysian students. To conclude, I think that the best present to give him is some suitable...
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  • International Marketing
    the most popular and common fast food restaurants in Malaysia. Japan and Malaysia are Asian countries and therefore, Japanese and Malaysian have similarities on food preferences. For example, just like Malaysian, rice is symbolically important to Japanese too as a part of their culture that they...
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  • Some Malaysian Parents Prefer Their Children to Pursue Their Studies Abroad but Most Malaysians Choose to Continue Their Tertia
    , students can learn to live independently while studying in foreign countries. So, studying abroad is certainly more beneficial than studying locally. ESSAY: TUTORIAL GROUP 16 (MS.AMUTHA’S CLASS) Most Malaysian parents face a dilemma about deciding whether their...
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  • Working Parents Influenced on Childhood Obesity
    , "Families, nowadays, eat on-the-go and the average time devoted to meal preparation has dropped as a result of busy lifestyles” (Number of obese Malaysians on the rise, 2013). Therefore, parents and children always have their meal at fast food outlets which serve them high calories food with poor...
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  • Construction Side
    key days during the Expo, such as Malaysia’s national day, and the anniversary of China-Malaysia Diplomatic Relationship. Highlight 5: Artworks and Foods Artworks and Foods Visitors will see characteristic Malaysian artworks and their production process in the pavilion and will have the chance to...
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  • Why Malaysian's Football Cannot Go Far?
    the cabinet members are utterly disappointed by what has happened with the national team. According to the FIFA’s world rank, Malaysia is in ranking 167 in the world behind Thailand. This essay is about “Why our national team can not go far?” There are few reasons why our national team can not go...
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  • Malayasia
    Control The Batek a tribe is one of a small number of which still functions as the customary ways of their people. With little influence from the outside world, it is interesting to study why it is that they haven’t changed and adapted to the ways of the outside world. Malaysian past reflects the...
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  • Batek of Malaysia
    people would meet they will figure out if their married or kin by being related. The more they found out about each other’s kinship they would then share camps to live in and food. When Batek started being family and bonding together they knew that sharing was best for them and their families. They...
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  • Airasia essay
    environment.” (UK Essays, 2009) By doing this, AirAsia has gained competitive advantage that contributes success to its organization, being the market leader for LCC in South East Asia. The development of countries outside the home country(Malaysia), also plays a part in contributing success for...
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  • Obesity
    Outline of the essay on Obesity -What are realistic steps that could be taken to reduce obesity among Malaysian children? -Three things we could do to prevent obesity. -Compose an essay describing each one in detail. Points gained from researched articles 1. Changes in children’s physical...
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  • How to be
    right foot. This gesture symbolically represents a whole. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysian_cuisine http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia http://www.marimari.com/content/malaysia/food/malay/malay.html http://www.studymode.com/essays/History-Of-Malaysian-Food-1112962.html http://www.breakaway.cc/Asia/Malaysia/Malaysia-DosDonts.php ...
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  • Culinary Retreat: the Center for Food and Culture
    : Culinary Art Education ,Culinary Retreat, food a nd culture, culinary tourism, conducive learning and living environment 2 Culinary Retreat: The Centre for Food and Culture | Mushirah Mohamad Badaruddin 3.0 THESIS STATEMENT The future of Malaysian culinary is bright and promises new...
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  • Unity
    our systems need to enhanced. It does not require much change to present systems. It just needs a consciousness elevation among Malaysians about the importance of unity and social cohesions in our systems. In which nation do we find malaysian indians and malaysian chinese speaking as good...
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  • Malaysia culture
    , dance, arts and crafts, food, and lifestyle. I have chosen to write about things that are special in my country which it cannot be found in other country. This paper is about tourist attractions in Malaysia and food in Malaysia. Besides, I will write my essay according to the information that...
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  • Culture of the Batek of Malaysia
    peninsula. The name was given by Austronesians who settled in Malaysia from South East Asia. They have a population of about 750 individuals and account for a very negligible percentage of the Malaysian population (Benswick, 2010). Originally, the Batek are foragers who make a living by hunting and...
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  • Disadvantage and Advantage Studying Abroad and Locally
    Disadvantages of studying abroad essay Introduction Education is very important in life. Pursuing studies abroad has been the most plausible trend nowadays for the purpose of gaining international exposures and experiential learning's. Such experience contributes in getting the best education...
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  • How to Improve Hypermarkets in Malaysia
    Executive Summary This study is undertaken to analyse the shift in consumer preference in food shopping from hypermarkets to small formats such as supermarkets and convenience stores. Arising from this shift, this study evaluates the penetration of hypermarkets in the Malaysian market and...
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  • Lalalala
    Malaysian literature is the collection of literary works produced in the Malay peninsula until 1963 and in Malaysia thereafter. Malaysian literature is typically written in any of the country's three main languages: Malay, English and Chinese. It portrays various aspects of Malaysian life and...
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  • Teenage Pregnancy
    to an increase in school dropouts and this will affect the image of the government when it comes to educational issues. This essay will talk about how teen pregnancy specifically in Malaysia is considered a public relations issue, the publics involved as well as their relation or interest to the...
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