• Sabah and Spratlys
    expanded territories. I want to plug in the current issues of claiming Sabah and Spartly Islands as part of the Philippine territory despite of the number of contenders suing for it. First, let’s take a look on Sabah. Historically, Sabah is owned by the Sultan of Brunei but then it was given to the Sultan...
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  • Moral Essay
    Introduction of Sabah Sabah, the second largest state in Malaysia, located on the northern island of Borneo, the third largest island in the world. Sabah covers an area of ​​72,500 square kilometers with a coastline of 14.400 kilometers of the South China Sea on the west coast, Sulu Sea in the northeast...
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  • Modern Political Issues in the Philippines
    comical having to find out that we are actually settling our brotherly disputes in a bully’s yard. 2. Does Philippines have rightful ownership over Sabah? Cite legal and Historical Basis. Philippines is the rightful owner of North Borneo. Historical Perspective: North Borneo was originally owned...
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  • Article 153
    permits, etc., for Malays and natives of any of the State of Sabah and Sarawak. (1) It shall be the responsibility of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to safeguard the special position of the Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak and the legitimate interests of other communities...
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  • history of north borneo and sarawak
    Content No. Title page 1 HISTORY OF NORTH BORNEO(SABAH) -Sabah before the colonisation of the British 1 2 DURING THE BRITISH COLONISATION OF SABAH -The North Borneo Chartered Company  3 3 THE PEOPLE OF SABAH 5 4 HISTORY OF SARAWAK -Sarawak before the British colonisation...
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  • Social Studies
    sultanates of Sulu and Maguindanao were recognized by a treaty transacted by the Spaniards. The Sultan of Sulu became the sovereign ruler of most of Sabah, then known as North Borneo. From 1894 to 1936, Sultan Jamalul Kiram II, from whom Sultan Jamalul Kiram III is a descendant, ruled the Sultanate of...
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  • Test
    National-centric perspective 1 2.1 Introduction 1 2.2 Formation of Malaysia from National-centric History Perspective 2 2.2.1 Neo-colonization 2 2.2.2 Sabah Sovereignty 2 3.0 Formation of Malaysia in comparion to ASEAN-centric history Perspective 1 3.1 Indonesia’s Perspective and response to the...
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  • Sabah
    SERVICES » SHOP Sabah: a nature lover’s paradise - Email Sipadan island This spectacular corner of Malaysia occupies the northern fringe of the island of Borneo and is blessed with superb white sandy beaches and coral islands and large tracts of virgin tropical rainforests. Sabah is also the...
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  • Sabah Development Corridor
    MAJOR PROGRAMMES OF SABAH DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR (SDC) 1. Development of Kinabalu Harbour Front and Gold Coast Enclave 2. Consolidation of logistics and transportation infrastructure as well as reducing the cost of doing business 3. Development of the Interior Food Valley: Commercial rice, fruits and...
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  • Sabah Borneo
    Cossta Florin (SK Kebayau) Title: Adventure in Sabah Good morning to all wise judges, the teachers, friends and to all pupils. Today, I would like to talk about the many adventures in Sabah that we can proud of and as a destination for visiting. Sabah is located at the northern tip of Borneo, the...
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  • Sumazau Dance
    ethnic dance from Sabah. This traditional dance has always been correlated to the tribe of Kadazandusun, a tribe that populates and settles in Sabah. The locals from the district of Penampang are substantially well-versed in this type of dance. Being the most famous dance in Sabah, it has also become...
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  • Travel journal and critical reflection
    (1) Travel journal and critical reflection Thanks Sabah for offering me a marvelous and unforgettable experience last summer. BACKGROUND INFORMATION Sabah is one of the thirteen states in Malaysia, which is well known as “Land below the Wind”, as it locates at the south of the typhoon-prone...
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  • Vvvv
    A. Sabah is a territory that lies on the northwest section of the huge island of Borneo. It has an area of about 29, 388 square miles. It includes the islands of Banggi and Balembangan, also in the northwest of Borneo. Prior to the year 1704, according to available historical accounts, Sabah belonged...
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  • Example of Resume and Practical Application Letter
    UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SABAH Sekolah Perniagaan & Ekonomi School of Business & Economics Ruj Kami : Tarikh : UMS/SPE6.3/761-3/12/1 (HE04) 22 April 2013 Attention: Human Resource Manager Dear Mr,/Ms, APPLICATION FOR INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PLACEMENT On behalf of the School of Business and Economics...
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  • Malaysian Studies
    THERE IS 1 PAGE OF QUESTIONS, EXCLUDING THIS PAGE. 1. The following are the chronology behind the claim by the heir of Sulu Sultanate over Sabah: February 14th, 2013 :  Armed intruders claim to be followers of Sulu Sultan A group of armed intruders who claimed as the followers of the decedent...
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  • Formation of Malaysia
    Singapore, Sarawak, Sabah and Brunei was mooted by Tunku Abdul Rahman. Tunku�s proposal was generally accepted by the people of malaya and Singapore but raised doubts in Sabah and Sarawak. However, the proposal was oppossed by the Philippines as they asserted a claim over Sabah. The proposal also...
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  • Job Design
    of Beaufort, Sabah. Our former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in meeting with the people made a promise that a university will be built in Sabah. The announcement was spontaneously followed by loud cheers, and became the driving force for the establishment of a university in Sabah. Thus on...
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  • Dusun Lotud
    LOTUD Sabah Land Below The Wind, beautiful and amazing world which is a peaceful and harmony place. The Kadazandusun people groups are the largest indigenous grouping in Sabah. The Malaysia 2000 census placed their number at 479,944 or about 18.4% of the total state population. Although the census...
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  • Specialised Taxation Law Cases
    which was used to pay timber royalty against income taxes FACTS OF THE CASE: • The taxpayer are wholly owned by Sabah Foundation and Sabah Foundation was incorporated under the Sabah Foundation enactment 1966 • The main business activity of the Appellants is logging and sale of timber. •...
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  • Formation of Malaysia
    of Malaya, Singapore, Brunei, Sarawak and Sabah. Among other things, it is intended to impede the spread of communism, as well as to balance the ratio of populations, improve the country’s economy, and hasten independence for Singapore, Brunei, Sarawak and Sabah. Singapore received the suggestion well...
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