• Invented Tradition
    , Malaysia is not exception in creating its own tradition too. There are many invented tradition in Malaysia either as a whole or by the existing ethnic group. For instance, one of the most popular invented tradition among Malaysian is open house which usually held during the festive season. Besides, there...
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  • Asia next investment hotspot
    computers shipped to North America. ▫ Pentium processor was designed in Penang. Positive news in Penang Property Market Malaysia is China’s biggest Asean trading partner Penang House Price Index Malaysia House Price Index IJM’s The Light Pearl regency Themepark Escape Penang...
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  • Debate 1malaysia
    , The Malaysian’s government can promote national unity through 1 Malaysia concept and advertisement. Open house usually held during major festivals in the country. This program has served to promote unity among Malaysians when they visit each other in their home. The government can also organise...
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  • Ways to Strengthen National Unity Among Malaysians
    religion practiced in Malaysia. There are many ways to strengthen national unity among this different ethnic groups such as through campaign, education and social activity. The Malaysian’s government can promote national unity through campaigns like Open house,1 Malaysia concept and advertisement. Open...
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  • Festival Season in Malaysia
    . After that, follow by visit the graves of family members and later parties in evening with relatives and friends. The Muslims also will serve the friends in the parties with delicacies. This tradition is known as the “open houses”. The other races also are welcome to the Muslims house celebrate the...
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  • Strengthening Ethnic Relationship
    individual sport has a role to play in making the country proud. This goal can only be achieve if all the races can come together as one and put the country¡¦s well being first, before their own. 6.0 OPEN HOUSES IN MALAYSIA Malaysia is a multiracial country which has diversed...
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  • Malaysia Goodday Mates
    enshrined in the constitution. There is respect among each other and not any hatred that can spoil the true diversity of Malaysia. Malaysians get to be in the festive mood throughout the year. During this times, we invite people of all walks of life to our open houses, which are cultivated in no other...
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  • Hari Raya Eidil Fitri
    onwards are usually allocated for visiting or hosting an open house, inviting relatives and friends. Originally, Hari Raya Aidil Fitri is a Muslim festival but in Malaysia, it is the Malaysian's festival. All of us celebrate it. We share the joy of grabbing delectable food at Ramadhan Bazaar...
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  • Culture and Religion Malaysia
    rivers of Sarawak. Families live together (though they have their own private space) in one long building, raised on stilts, sharing the open verandah which runs the whole length of the building. Also raised on stilts are the wooden houses in other parts of rural Malaysia. These stilt-houses are...
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  • iran
    design and architectural style show evidence of these solutions (Tavassoli, 2002). The majority of traditional houses are introverted, or look inwards. All the spaces were arranged around an open, rectangular courtyard that formed the link between different areas of the house. The arrangement...
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  • Essay
    Chinese in Malaysia often hold “Open House’, where other races attend and offer greetings or Gong Xi Fa Chai’. Chinese delicacies and drinks are served and red ang pows are given to the children. The second day the families gather to ‘open the new year’, while at work bosses treat their employees...
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  • Ilovemalaysia
    Malaysia economy where Malaysia became the 3rd biggest economy in Southeast Asia and 29th biggest economy in the world in year 2007. Moreover, the new government policy also brings up the new schema to help Malaysians to upgrade their lifestyle and economic level. For example, “My first house scheme...
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  • History of Pancake House Philippines
    . emerges as the Most Outstanding Filipino Franchisee of the year (2005). 2006 to Present Pancake House, Inc. reaps its highest recognition when it is awarded the Hall of Fame Award. In the year 2007, Pancake House Inc. opens its first overseas outlet in Malaysia. February 8, 2008, Pancake House acquires Boulangerie Francaise, Inc. (BFI) and the brand "Le Coeur de France". In 2008 Pancake House opens its second outlet in Malaysia....
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  • Traditional House
    Elements into Modern Building Elements – Case Study of Selangor Traditional Malay House & Low Energy Building in Malaysia Nur Hidayahtuljamilah Ramli Postgraduate Studies, Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), 40450 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia Abstract...
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  • cultures
    ,[24] the Dutch Colonial town brick buildings, and buildings built by the British such as the Memorial Hall, which combines Baroque and Islamic architecture.[23] The shapes and sizes of houses differ from state to state. Common elements in Peninsular Malaysia include pitched roofs, verandahs, and high...
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  • Rrfierkskddfsd
    , Malaysia 75200 L'armada Guesthouse Melaka 13.54 No. 36-A, 38-A, 36-B & 38-B Jalan Kampung Hulu, Jonker Street, Malacca / Melaka, Malaysia Kaba Town Guest House 38.93 Jalan Banda Kaba, Malacca City Center, Malacca / Melaka, Malaysia 75000 The Baboon House ….89, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock...
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  • Tolerance Among Malaysian
    races would celebrate it by carrying lanterns and walking together around the city. Besides that, holding open houses may also help to promote unity and tolerance in our country. When open house is held in a neighbourhood, all the people would be invited without taking into account their races and...
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  • Hidden Voices of Adult Learners in Open and Distance Learning Program: Problems and Strategies to Overcome the Problems
    Abstract Most recent studies on adult learners in open and distance learning (ODL) programs in Malaysia have been focusing on students’ ICT skills, learning strategies, and interconnectivity but studies on problems encountered by adult learners while studying as fulltime or part-time students...
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  • Bahaasa Inggeris
    Malaysia during a festival such as Hari Raya, Chinese New Year and Deepavali, Gawai Day or other is Open House concept which its celebrate all community in Malaysia. Many friend, family and even stanger would to visit the house whom are celebrate the festival. Althought other racer, its can still to...
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  • 2020
    Malaysian."(YAB Dato’ Sri Najib Tun Razak, 2009)Therefore, respecting to other races is important in achieve Vision 2020.In addition, Malaysia should organize more activity that involve different races. For instance, have Open House for all festival, not only for Hari Raya but also for Deepavali and etc...
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