• History of Malaysia
    In the year 1887, Lord Brassey, director of North Borneo Company suggested that the Malayan states and Singapore be joined with Sarawak and Sabah. The purpose of this joint was to look after the British administration and economy. This suggestion was brought up in the British cabinet in the year...
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  • Social Studies
    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 Sulu. It was during his rule that Spain surrendered the Philippines to the United States through the Treaty of Paris in 1898. The treaty lines...
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  • Mat Salleh
    Arrival of the western power to Nusantara seen have resulted various indigenous society opposition that staying province. In Fact various history records in connection this native citizen opposition were created patriotism source that is priceless the price. In Archipelago Borneo, especially in Sabah...
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  • Philippines Claims Sabah
    PHILIPPINES' CLAIM TO SABAH A majority of Filipinos everywhere are wondering what this Sabah claim is all about. The Philippine history books, Malaysian's probably too, have not mentioned about the Philippines' stake on the northern part of the island of Borneo. On the other hand, the Malaysians...
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  • Sephy
    The colonization project of Rizal in Sabah was a response to the Calamba’s land crisis which all started when Governor-General Terrero released a directive for the investigation of the friar estates to resolve the agrarian problems on the collection of land taxes and tenancy. Rizal was requested by...
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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...
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  • Territorial Dispute in Northern Borneo
    TERRITORIAL DISPUTE AMONG SULTANATE OF SABAH AND MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT Many of the Filipinos everywhere are wondering what this Sabah claims all about is. Maybe it was tackled all over on different history books and inside the classrooms. But they did not mentioned about what the Philippines...
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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...
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  • Sabah
    Rizal’s Settlement Project in Sabah The colonization project of Rizal in Sabah was a response to the Calamba’s land crisis which all started when Governor-General Terrero released a directive for the investigation of the friar estates to resolve the agrarian problems on the collection of land...
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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...
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  • Specialised Taxation Law Cases
    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. • The requirement for Appellants to carry out their operating business is to have a timber license from the State...
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  • The Claim on Sabbah
    PHILIPPNES CLAIM ON SABAH: A REACTION A majority of Filipinos everywhere are wondering what is this Sabah claim is all about. The Philippine history books and Malaysian's have not mentioned about the Philippines' stake on the northern part of the island of Borneo. On the other hand, the...
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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...
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  • Econimic
    . Own opinion 5. Conclusion 6. References 7. Summary We will be focusing on the Hotel industry in Sabah for the accommodation of tourists visiting Sabah. Also we will understand the demand and supply for the goods and services that is available, whether it is a positive or negative one...
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  • Sabah and Spratlys
    is the Filipino spirit is indomitable and despite of the awesome might of our oppressors, we still prevailed in the end. This kind of spirit is again in quest with the issues of claiming for expanded territories. I want to plug in the current issues of claiming Sabah and Spartly Islands as part of...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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  • Sabah Borneo
    PUBLIC SPEAKING Participant’s name: Corrie 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...
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  • Sabah
    HOME TRAVEL BLOG DESTINATIONS » MEDIA 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...
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