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  • Malaysia - 840 Words
    Malaysia is a multiracial country. Malaysia has a population of 23.27 million consisting of 61 percent Malays, 30 percent Chinese, 8 percent Indians and 1 percent of other ethnic groups. Malaysia is unique because of its diversity of races, religions and cultures, the stability of the country and many places of interests. Besides, there are many international achievements which are the pride of our nation. Diversity of races, religions and cultures is a significant characteristic of our...
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  • Malaysia - 3383 Words
    Parameswara was a prince of Palembang. In 1930 he married a daughter of the Majapahit Emperor and became a vassal of the his father-in-law. Not long after he threw off his allegiance to the Majapahit Emperor, who at once sent warriors to drive him out of Sumatra. Parameswara fled to Tumasek, which was actually old Singapore with his family and followers. During this time Singapore was ruled by a Malay chief from Patani, who was appointed by the ruler of Siam. The Malay Governor treated...
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  • Malaysia - 1215 Words
    Malaysia is a Southeast Asian nation that exists on two sides of the South China Sea, splits into Peninsular Malaysia which covers the southernmost point of Eurasia, and Malaysian Borneo (East Malaysia), which is on the island of Borneo. Malaysia is bordered by Thailand on the peninsula, and Indonesia and Brunei on the island of Borneo. Malaysia covers an area of 329,847 square kilometers (127,355 square miles). Malaysia is divided into two regions, with a total of thirteen states based on...
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  • Malaysia - 892 Words
    THE POWER OF ONE-THE CONCEPT OF ONE MALAYSIA One means undivided. One means unity and one means power. When there is unity there is power. Men try to gain power and glory and men knows that they cannot gain power and glory without unity. Men try to gain unity through many ways and history has shown us that most of the attempt to unite the people has failed. Men will unite when they have similarities and most great leaders of the past have tried to use the factor of race to unite the people....
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  • MALAYSIA - 326 Words
    Malaysia is consists of thirteen (13) states and three (3) federal territories, separated by the South China Sea with eleven (11) states and two (2) federal territories (Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya) in Peninsular Malaysia and two states and 1 federal territory (Labuan) in East Malaysia (Borneo). A bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Chinese , Indians and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur, while Putrajaya...
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  • Malaysia - 601 Words
    Malaysia is a multiracial country. Malaysia has a population of 23.27 million consisting of 61 percent Malays, 30 percent Chinese, 8 percent Indians and 1 percent of other ethnics Diversity of races, religions and cultures is a significant characteristic of their nation. Malaysia is a multiracial country with a rich cultural heritage. Unique to Malaysia is the 'Open House' concept where during the various cultural and religious festival like Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali, Gawai Day and...
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  • malaysia - 422 Words
    Malaysia (Listeni/məˈleɪʒə/ mə-lay-zhə or Listeni/məˈleɪsiə/ mə-lay-see-ə) is a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia. It consists of thirteen states and three federal territories and has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi) separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. Land borders are shared with Thailand, Indonesia, and Brunei, and maritime borders exist with Singapore, Vietnam, and the...
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  • Deforestation in Malaysia - 498 Words
    DEFORESTATION AND ENDANGERED SPECIES IN MALAYSIA Malaysia has a diverse number of animal and plant species in its rainforests. 20% of the world’s animal species are found here. These forests cover two-thirds of the Malaysian land. It has about 250 species of reptiles, 150 species of snakes and a thousand species of insects. There are around 14,500 species of flowering plants and trees. Besides the rainforests, Malaysia has 1, 425 sq km of mangroves. However, with the current rate of...
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  • Tourism Malaysia - 611 Words
    Malaysia is a country, which is rich and abundant with culture as well as a well-diversified community. With its exotic and unique traditional customs existing in perfect harmony with first world infra-structure, it certainly is an alluring place to spend your holidays for those who yearn to experience an interesting blend of flavours. One of the many factors that make Malaysia a unique holiday destination would be its abundance in nature. Long stretch of sandy beaches and rainforests serve...
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  • One Malaysia - 990 Words
    ONE MALAYSIA Since Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak became the sixth Prime Minister, he introduced a concept of solidarity, which is One Malaysia. It is not a new concept. In fact, he states that it is the goal of national unity envisioned by past prime ministers of this nation with a different approach and method according to the current condition of the world. In the other words, he updated the concept which is brought by the previous Malaysian leaders. The Prime Minister also states that...
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  • Outsourcing in Malaysia - 383 Words
    Business Process Outsourcing in Malaysia ( unpublished articles) Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is defined as outsourcing activities which usually done internally to outsiders. Support function such as Finance function. Human resources and customer services are functions which categorized in BPO. In Malaysia, particularly for back-office and customers contacts center activities has been around quite sometimes especially among the banking industry. The adoption of BPO among large...
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  • malaysia culture - 1884 Words
     Malaysia is a multi-ethnic, multicultural and multilingual society which consist of three major races; the Malays, the Chinese, and the Indians. They are once immigrants who are brought in as workers by the British. The tribal people who lived in Malaysia long before the existence of the three races are known as the Orang Asli which means “Original People”; they populate the East Malaysia more in Sabah (Dayak, Iban, and Bidayuh) and Sarawak (Kadazan) in our current era. There are also other...
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  • History of Malaysia - 275 Words
    Malaysia is a country in South East Asia (near Indonesia) whose strategic sea-lane position brought trade and foreign influences that fundamentally influenced its history. Hindu India, the Islamic Middle East and Christian Europe to its west, and China and Japan with one of successive phases of outside influence, followed by the mid-twentieth century establishment of independence from foreign colonial powers. Hindu and Buddhist cultures imported from India dominated early Malaysian history. They...
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  • History of Malaysia - 1239 Words
    QUESTION: In 1961, Tunku Abdul Rahman propsed the creation of Malaysia and this proposal led to the formation of Malaysia. Trace events that led Singapore joining Malaysia and the reasons for its eventual exit from Malaysia in 1965. IDEAS AND SUGGESTIONS THAT LED TO THE FORMATION 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...
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  • Hero of Malaysia - 502 Words
    Hero of Malaysia! Well, since u all hv seen the matches btwn DLCW and Lin Dan, what do you think about the results? Disappointed? Angry? We should hv no such feelings because he is the hero of Malysia! Here, I’m going to tell u all about today’s main character- Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s biography. Datuk lee is a professional badminton player from Malaysia who resides in Bukit Mertajam. He won the silver medal in the 2008 and current 2012 Olympic Games. This achievement earned him the title Datuk,...
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  • Budget Malaysia - 936 Words
    Budget Malaysia 2012 by our Prime Minister Shah Alam: Budget 2012 tabled by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in Parliament on 7th October last year. Last year the FDI growth was the strongest in Asia and in the first 6 months of this year have already reached RM21.2bil. In 2012, private investment is forecast to climb 15.9%, supported by foreign and domestic investment. GDP in the first 6 months of 2011 was 4.4%, driven by strong domestic consumption In 2011, the economy is forecast...
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  • Paragraph of Malaysia - 369 Words
    PARAGRAPH ABOUT MALAYSIA Malaysia is a multiracial country. Malaysia has a population of 23.27 million consisting of 61 percent Malays, 30 percent Chinese, 8 percent Indians and 1 percent of other ethnic groups. Malaysia is unique because of its diversity of races, religions and cultures, the stability of the country and many places of interests. Besides, there are many international achievements which are the pride of our nation. Diversity of races, religions and cultures is a...
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  • Judiciary of Malaysia - 474 Words
    The court system in Malaysia, was last restructured by the Constitution (Amendment) Act 1994. The present court structure, which has been in force since then, is as follows: The Federal Court stands at the apex of the Malaysian court system. It is headed by the Chief Justice. Below the Federal Court is the Court of Appeal. This court is headed by the President of the Court of Appeal. Below the Court of Appeal are two High Courts with co-ordinate jurisdiction. One is the High Court of Malaya...
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  • Introducing Malaysia - 4385 Words
    Malaysia is a wonderful country as the other knows. There are three ethnics: Malay, Chinese and India. Furthermore, there are different cultures and festivals. When we talks about Malaysia, we can know that the weather is extremely hot and dry. What we can do? Complaining? Just forget about it. We just keep sweating. It is not temporary but permanent. How pitiful is the Malaysian? Dislike the other country, China, there is spring, summer, autumn nor winter. Luckily, Malaysia has a lot of...
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  • Culture of Malaysia - 1224 Words
     MALAYSIA The flag of Malaysia, also known as the Jalur Gemilang (Malay for "Stripes of Glory"),[1] comprises a field of 14 alternating red and white stripes along the fly and a blue canton bearing a crescent and a 14-point star known as the Bintang Persekutuan (Federal Star). The 14 stripes, of equal width, represent the equal status in the federation of the 13 member states and the federal government, while the 14 points of the star represent the unity between these entities.[2] The...
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  • Malaysia culture - 290 Words
    n Malaysia, cultures have been mixing up when Malaysia was colonized by Portuguese, Dutch, British, Siamese, and Japanese. The colonization of these countries did bring many disadvantages to my country which is Malaysia, but it did bring many benefits to Malaysia also. The main benefit is the colonization caused various group of people in Malaysia with different social and culture backgrounds, unite together into one physical entity. Malaysia consists of many types of ethnic groups, such...
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  • ent malaysia - 11070 Words
    STRENGTHENING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN MALAYSIA Mohamed Ariff1 and Syarisa Yanti Abubakar2 OVERVIEW The development of entrepreneurship, as both concept and activity, has been growing in importance in Malaysia. The perceived importance of entrepreneurship to the growth of Malaysia’s economy is evidenced by the sheer amount and variety of supporting mechanisms and policies that exist for entrepreneurs, including funding, physical infrastructure and business advisory services. The...
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  • Formation of Malaysia - 5258 Words
    Introduction Malaysia is a country that practices parliamentary democracy. This means that the public will have the right to vote their leaders through elections. In the core formation of the Malaysian government, the country is led by Yang Di-pertuan Agong and then followed by the sultans of other states. The election of Yang Di-Pertuan Agong The Yang Di-Pertuan Agong is appointed once in every five years from a pool of nine Sultans who head the nine states in Malaysia. The appointment is...
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  • NGOs in Malaysia - 1892 Words
    NGO’s in Malaysia ABIM - Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (The Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia) http://www.abim.org.my/ Aliran - Aliran Kesedaran Negara (National Consciousness Movement) http://www.aliran.com/ 103 Medan Penaga, 11600 Penang Tel: 04 658 5251, Fax: 04 658 5197 All Women’s Action Society (AWAM) http://www.awam.org.my/ 85 Jalan 21/2, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya Tel: 03 7877 4221, Fax: 03 7874 3312 Amnesty International Malaysia http://www.aimalaysia.org/ E6, 3rd...
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  • Formation of Malaysia - 270 Words
    The formation of Malaysia Malaysia was formed in 1963 out of a number of former British colonies: the Federation of Malaya (comprising 11 states), which had achieved independence in 1957; Singapore, which had been self-governing since 1959; and two territories in northwestern Borneo, Sarawak and Sabah (then known as North Borneo), which by 1960 were well advanced on the road to independence. The newly elected government of Singapore was in favour of merging with Malaya, and in 1961 Tunku Abdul...
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  • Formation of Malaysia - 743 Words
    a) Factors leading to the formation of Malaysia in 1963 1. Only Malaya was an independent nation while Singapore, Brunei, Sabah and Sarawak were still under British control. These territories were considered too small to be independent entities. It was felt that a merger with Malaya would bring early independence to these territories. 2. The British were agreeable to a merger of these territories and granting independence as there were many similarities between Malaya, Singapore, Sabah,...
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  • Independence For Malaysia - 904 Words
    Independence for Malaysia Malaysia has come a long way since its independence and it was all because of our ancestor’s sacrifices. They had shed blood and tears just to gain freedom from the colonist that had been colonizing our mother land non-stop. They had been violated mercilessly and unconditionally regarding their age or gender. Years and years they have been protecting themselves and our...
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  • Malaysia Colonial - 2805 Words
    LESSON 2 COLONIAL ERA 1.0 Introduction In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Do you know that Malaysia was once a colonized land? For Malaysian students, do you remember how long this country was colonized? Could you please tell your foreign colleagues? For your information, this country was colonized approximately 446 years (from 1511 until 1957). Then, before this country secures it independence, it had experienced the era of emergency after the Japenese left the country. Thus, in...
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  • Sports in Malaysia - 380 Words
    Sports in Malaysia is in the doldrums. Apart from a few outstanding athletes, of late we have not performed that well on the international scene as compared to twenty years ago. Suggest ways to improve our sports. Point A : Giving incentives to athletes - Giving incentives such as money or reward could be a type of encourage to the athletes. - Giving incentives such as money also the way they get their salary so that they could afford their life without worrying about economy problem. -...
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  • Tourism in Malaysia - 534 Words
    Malaysia's strategic location in Central Asia has put it at the crossroads of many cultures. Over 2000 years ago, the Chinese and Indian merchants have made trades with the locals. Dutch, Portuguese and British colonials added their influence from the 17th to the early 20th centuries. Finally, travelers from Europe, Asia and the Americas bring their cash and curiosity to sample the native sites. Today, tourism is an effort to diversify and help boost the economy. So promoting tourism in...
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  • Eia Malaysia - 9885 Words
    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0268-6902.htm MAJ 23,4 The impact of government and foreign affiliate influence on corporate social reporting The case of Malaysia Azlan Amran School of Management, University Science Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, and 386 S. Susela Devi Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Abstract Purpose – This paper seeks to investigate the influence of...
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  • Malaysia in the 1990s - 1263 Words
    Malaysia in the 1990s: Case Analysis Decision analysis: What is the best strategy for the Malaysian government moving forward? This decision can only be made after the country’s current strategy and how well it works is analyzed. Adopt the view of the Prime Minister. Consider the character’s strengths, responsibilities, and blind spots. Why is the Prime Minister in this dilemma? 1. Are the charges of the environmental groups true? Yes. Based on the information in the case, timber...
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  • appreciating malaysia - 719 Words
    Appreciating Malaysia: Malaysia’s independence Varieties of ethnicity, religions, languages, skin colours, built up every pieces of my beloved country, Malaysia. The beauty of Malaysia is not easy to describe within a word or a sentence itself. We feel we are proud to be Malaysian, because it is one of the hassle-free nation and the most fascinating country which known for its own tradition and culture. Different cultures and religions told a wonderful myth or story behind, which makes...
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  • 1 Malaysia - 5606 Words
    Introduction 1Malaysia is not a new concept or formula. Rather, the ultimate goal of 1Malaysia, which is national unity, has been the main vision of our country’s leaders before Najib, and has been interpreted in various shapes and forms over the span of five decades of Independence. If we truly study it, what has changed is the approach and implementation according to the ever-changing times and generations. (1Malaysia Booklet, 2009) In other words, 1Malaysia is a concept to foster unity...
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  • Constitution of Malaysia - 910 Words
    CONSTITUTION OF MALAYSIA DEFINITIONS • K. Ramanathan: prinsip-prinsip asas yang mengasaskan sesebuah negara, memastikan bagaimanakah sesuatu keputusan kerajaan itu akan dibuat, bagaimana kuasa akan diagih-agihkan antara institusi-institusi kerajaan, menetapkan satu kewibawaan ideal sesebuah negara itu dan memperkenalkan satu sistem pemerintahan seperti termaktub sama ada dalam undangundang, adat mahupun Majlis Piagam Perjanjian”. Malaysian Constitution consists of 3 list • a. Federal List •...
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  • Malaysia Plan - 1095 Words
    Malaysia Plan (1-9) Print Malaysia Plan is the implementation of development programs / projects of the Government of Malaysia to be implemented within the next five years. This five-year plan are relics from the time of British rule in Malaya after the Second World War. Five-year plan beginning with the First Malaya Plan, from 1956 to 1960 and followed the Second Malaya Plan from 1961 to 1965. After the formation of Malaysia in 1963, this five-year plan known as Malaysia Plan where the...
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  • Culture of Malaysia - 3701 Words
    1.0 INTRODUCTION Malaysia is a one of the multi cultural country. Cultures have been meeting and mixing in Malaysia since the very beginning of its history. More than fifteen hundred years ago a Malay kingdom in Bujang Valley welcomed traders from China and India. Malaysia's cultural mosaic is marked by many different cultures, but several in particular have had especially lasting influence on the country. Chief among these is the ancient Malay culture, and the cultures of Malaysia's two most...
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  • Independence of Malaysia - 536 Words
    The Meaning of Independence The independence achieved does not only mean a physical freedom from colonization but also a freedom in spirituality and mentality. The meaning of independence is of being free from the hold of foreign forces and to thrive in creating a dignified nation. The strength of politics to achieve independence must be backed up by deep knowledge in order to hasten the nation’s development. Looking back to the Malays’ fight of freedom from 1511 to the World War II era...
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  • Deforestation in Malaysia - 883 Words
    The nation of Malaysia, which encompasses part of the island of Borneo Malaysia holds tropical rainforests as well as peat swamp forests, both of which feature diverse ecosystems threatened by a number of human activities ~High rate of deforestation ~Threatens a number of endangered species, such as the orangutan, which lives only on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra Major Reasons for Deforestation in Malaysia 1)Oil plant plantation ~there has been rapid expansion of oil plantation has led...
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  • Celebration in Malaysia - 1000 Words
    Festivals and celebrations in Malaysia Malaysia has a number of festivals and celebrations, most of which are either religious or cultural in origin, and are swathed in traditions and rituals. Malaysia. A country where one can experience a multitude of cultural celebrations and festivals, as well as, and most importantly, good food(!) all year round.Almost every month of the year, tourists and locals alike immerse themselves in one celebration or another, thanks to the diverse cultural...
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  • Courts in Malaysia - 1374 Words
    Introduction to Courts in Malaysia Summary There are generally two types of trials, criminal and civil. The hierarchy of courts begins from the Magistrates’ Court, Sessions Court, High Court, Court of Appeal, and finally, the Federal Court. The jurisdiction of the courts in civil or criminal matters are contained in theSubordinate Courts Act 1948 and the Courts of Judicature Act 1964. Article 121 of the Constitution provides for two High Courts of coordinate jurisdiction, the High Court in...
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  • Legislative in Malaysia - 3120 Words
    1. Introduction In Malaysia the legislative is made up of Lower House and the Upper House which is consisting of representatives of people and assisted by Prime Minister to enforce the law. A legislative is a type of representative deliberative assembly with the power to create, amend and approve the laws. Legislative are the laws that are established by the Parliaments at federal level and by the State Legislative Assemblies at the state level. Parliament is known as a centre to discuss and...
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  • Northport Malaysia - 388 Words
    Northport is Malaysia's largest operator of multi-purpose port, handling 60% of the nation's trade. It is also Malaysia's pioneer port, bringing along with it 103 years of rich heritage in port dynamics. Northport is strategically located midway on the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia overlooking the world's busiest waterway, the Straits of Malacca. It is in the Free Commercial Zone of Port Klang, in the state of Selangor. It is further complemented by Malaysia's premier business township, the...
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  • One Malaysia - 972 Words
    Many ideas and questions stirred in my heart when I was asked what will I do if I am the most influential leader of the country. I could assume my first thought is almost identical as anyone’s answer that is about the utilizing of multiracial status and all, but how could we really understand the uniqueness of a south east Asia country, Malaysia, to be different compared to other multiracial country too? My answer is “to lead 1malaysia publicize their basic, greatest asset splendidly, that is...
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  • Law in Malaysia - 5959 Words
    Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, Vol.5, No.1, July 2000: 19-36 MALAYSIAN LEGAL SOURCES : PRINT N. N. Edzan MLIS Program, Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology, University of Malaya e-mail : edzan@fsktm.um.edu.my ABSTRACT Identifies and provides a brief description of the various print form of Malaysian legal sources which are available in the 1990’s. Malayan Law Journal has been identified as the most prolific legal publisher in Malaysia It is suggesed that...
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  • Patriotism in Malaysia - 1753 Words
    The Malaysian Bar Patriotism cannot be forced onto a Malaysian Contributed by Charles Hector The compulsory national service training 'programme is intended to foster the spirit of patriotism, encourage racial integration, and develop "positive and noble traits" among the younger generation' (Malaysiakini 13/6/2003). The targeted group is our youth of about 18 years. The object of this programme was expressed by Defence Minister Najib Tun Razak, who chairs the special cabinet committee....
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  • The Batek of Malaysia - 623 Words
    THE BATEK OF MALAYSIA The Batek of Malaysia Donyale Davis ANT 101 Instructor: Gretchen Henderson April 04, 2011 THE BATEK OF MALYSIA Outline The Batek of Malaysia A. The Batek of Malaysia are foragers B. Three Scholarly research Journal that will be used for research 1. The Meanings of Trees The Meanings of Trees: Forest and Identity for the Batek of Pahang, Malaysia.Full Text Available By: Tuck-Po, Lye. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Dec2005, Vol. 6 Issue 3,...
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  • History of Malaysia - 113979 Words
    A SHORT HISTORY OF MALAYSIA Short History of Asia Series Series Editor: Milton Osborne Milton Osborne has had an association with the Asian region for over 40 years as an academic, public servant and independent writer. He is the author of eight books on Asian topics, including Southeast Asia: An Introductory History, first published in 1979 and now in its eighth edition, and, most recently, The Mekong: Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future, published in 2000. First published in 2003 by...
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  • Malaysia Culture - 688 Words
    Malaysian Culture Malaysian culture is a harmonious melting-pot of many different Asian cultures, all co-existing together in one country. The famous slogan used by the Malaysian Tourism Promotion Board in their ads is Malaysia- Truly Asia. While Malaysia has a lot to offer visitors to her shores, one of the truly unique attractions on offer is the country’s people. After all, what is a country without its people? The largest community in Malaysia is the Malays, accounting for 50% of the...
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  • Malaysia Attraction - 359 Words
    Malaysia Attractions ISLAND LIFE Sipadan Island is one of the most beautiful islands in the world which is located in Sabah, Malaysia. People describe Sipadan Island as “an untouched piece of art”, while divers around the world voted it as one of the top five dive sites in the world. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, is a treasure trove of some of the most amazing marine animals. The sweet smell of coconuts, jasmine and salts fill the air, enjoy sunlight and white sand stretches along...
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  • One Malaysia - 1439 Words
    The first thing that comes across my mind when I heard about 1Malaysia is it must be a new political agenda conducted by the government to win people‟s heart. It seems to me that it is a trend for every prime minister to create a vision or measure once they are appointed. I don‟ quite sure about the previous prime minister but I remember Tun Mahathir Muhammad came up with a vision that is Vision 2020. Later, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi came up with Islam Hadhari. Now, Datuk Seri Najib Tun...
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  • Tourism and Malaysia - 3324 Words
    How to increase the number of tourist in Malaysia? How to increase the number of tourist in Malaysia? I think more variety we can do how to increase the number the number of tourist in Malaysia.. Malaysia in Asia has always been a topic of interest a among traveler and tourist who love and like to visit in Asia. The response a foreign tourist a good and going to better than the support given by the local people. I think our country should doing something to increase the number of tourist....
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  • Sme Malaysia - 6976 Words
    Vol. 3, No. 1 International Business Research Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Competing in the Global Business Environment: A Case of Malaysia Mohd Zulkifli Muhammad (Corresponding author) School of International Business and Finance Labuan Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Labuan International Campus, 87000, F.T Labuan, Malaysia Tel: 60-87-460-498 E-mail: zulrider@yahoo.com Abdul Kamal Char School of International Business and Finance Labuan Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Labuan...
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  • Malaysia: Summary - 2775 Words
    1 MALAYSIA CONTENTS  Introduction  Definition  The Difference between 1 Malaysia concept and Malaysian Malaysia Concept  1 Malaysia concept  3 Basic Principles of 1Malaysia  PRINCIPLE OF ACCEPTANCE  PRINCIPLE OF NATIONAL SPIRIT  PRINCIPLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE  1Malaysia Values  Conclusion  References INTRODUCTION One people, One nation and One Malaysia. 1 Malaysia is designed to re-orient Malaysia towards a new direction, geared towards greater unity and success. Malaysian...
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  • Formation of Malaysia - 688 Words
    16 September- The Day Malaysia was formed Perhaps, not many who know that, today, 16th of September is Malaysia Day, the day Malaysia was formed. The Malaysia day is very significant although it's not really well known as compared to the Merdeka Day. Malaysia day is the day to commemorate the formation of the establishment Malaysian Federation on 16th of September 1963. On this day, Malaya, North Borneo (now Sabah), Sarawak, and Singapore (Singapore left Malaysia in 9th of August 1965 to...
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  • one malaysia - 544 Words
    SEARCH TERM: One Malaysia Role of One Malaysia in improve ethnic relation The effort of Government to improve Ethnic relationship Since Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak became the sixth Prime Minister, he introduced a concept of solidarity, which is One Malaysia. It is not a new concept. In fact, he states that it is the goal of national unity envisioned by past prime ministers of this nation with a different approach and method according to the current condition of the world. In the...
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  • Malaysia Economy - 6590 Words
    Title of essay: Discuss some of pertinent issues and challenges faced by Malaysia in its journey towards a high income nation. Overview: Malaysia’s momentous journey in its aspiration towards achieving a developed and high-income economy commenced in the 2010 Budget. Recognizing that the nation has reached a defining moment in its development path as well as the need for structural reforms and mindset change, the New Economic Model (NEM) and the Tenth Malaysia Plan (10MP) were unveiled on...
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  • Malaysia and Singapore - 506 Words
    BUS-363 Cross Cultural Management Malaysia and Singapore Management Culture Malaysia and Singapore are located in South-East Asia and is the member of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) same as Thailand. As people say “Learning from someone closes to you is the best way to know yourself”, as the people of country called “Thailand”, learning about neighbor’s culture is best way to know ourselves and our community “ASEAN”. Malaysia and Singapore are both multicultural country with...
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  • The Batek of Malaysia - 2219 Words
    The Batek of Malaysia Orang Asli (Original People) The Batek people of Malaysia are a part of the last Orang Asli, Malay for original people, existing on peninsular Malaysia. They are peaceful people, with little to no conflict engagement. They are encountering encroachment from the outside world, through deforestation, but have not allowed that to change their ways of life…Yet. These people have lived, loved, foraged, transitioned, sustained, and withstood through generations, holding...
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  • Culture of Malaysia - 820 Words
    Culture of Malaysia WanWen Chen (Wammi) Brief introduction of Malaysia: Ethnic groups: Malay 50.4%, Chinese 23.7%, indigenous 11%, Indian 7.1%, others 7.8% (2004 est.) Religions: Muslim (or Islam - official) 60.4%, Buddhist 19.2%, Christian 9.1%, Hindu 6.3%, Confucianism, Taoism, other traditional Chinese religions 2.6%, other or unknown 1.5%, none 0.8% (2000 census) Physical or spatial distance: Just the same as in other country, in Malaysia there is an intimate zone reserved for lovers,...
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  • Race and Malaysia - 583 Words
    1 Malaysia - What is 1 Malaysia? The slogan ‘1 Malaysia’ is designed by Prime Minister Mohd Najib Tun Razak. The purpose of 1 Malaysia says it all in the slogan, to unite all Malaysians as 1 and not separated into our own racial groups. - Why do we need racial harmony? For starters, who wants to live in a country full of racism? It’s not like we chose to be the colour we are, to be in the family we’re in. Imagine bringing up that Indian boy in the picture in a Chinese family, that boy would...
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  • Races in Malaysia - 856 Words
    KNOW MORE RACES IN MALAYSIA ORANG ASLI Orang Asli (lit, "original peoples" or "aboriginal peoples" in Malay), is a general Malaysian term used for any indigenous groups that are found in Peninsular Malaysia. They can be divided into three main groups - the Negrito (also called Semang), the Senoi and the Proto-Malay. Negrito is an Orang Asli group in Malaysia. There are only about 2,000 of them today. They are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of the Malay peninsula. The Negritoes are...
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  • Food in Malaysia - 1419 Words
    The Fascinating History of Malaysian Food Malaysia is the home of multiple ethnicities which found its roots during the colonial times where hundreds and thousands of immigrants arrived here to find an honest living in this prosperous land. The migrants’ mostly Chinese working in the tin mines and the Indians placed along the rubber estates brought along with them their cultures not forgetting rich culinary heritages. The cultures go along fine with their cooking where unusual traditional...
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  • Transportation in Malaysia - 3326 Words
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  • The Batek of Malaysia - 1377 Words
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  • Malaysia Population - 7161 Words
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  • Peninsular Malaysia - 1071 Words
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  • Festival in Malaysia - 312 Words
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  • Tourism in Malaysia - 814 Words
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  • Bursa Malaysia - 666 Words
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  • Astro Malaysia - 748 Words
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  • Tourism and Malaysia - 2639 Words
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  • Education in Malaysia - 7594 Words
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  • Festival in Malaysia - 507 Words
    Green Culture Singapore Feature Article for August 2007 Published online 1 September 2007 Text & Pictures by Ian Chung • Edited by Lynnette Terh The Putrajaya Flower and Garden Festival is Malaysia’s largest Flower and Garden Festival to date. The venue for this event is at Lakefront Precinct 2, Putrajaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 25 August to 2 Septemer 2007, and is held in conjunction with Malaysia’s 50th National Day Celebration and alongside the 44th International Federation of...
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  • Yeo's Malaysia - 9343 Words
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  • Economic Malaysia - 446 Words
    The economy of Malaysia has expanded a lot in 2004, as in the following years, with a growth of 7.1 percent. At that time, GNI was at $ 117.1 billion and the GNI per capita at $ 4650. Malaysia’s economy continues to grow. In terms of purchasing power parity, the country was the twenty-ninth largest economy on the globe, having gross domestic product at $357.9 billion in 2007. Due to its continuous development in the industrial sector, Malaysia has one of the biggest living standards in...
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  • law of malaysia - 1166 Words
    It is important that reseachers should understand that much of Malaysia’s history is related to Great Britain which established amongst the early colonies on the Malay Peninsula. Although the Dutch and Portuguese were the British, who had ruled Malaya for more than one hundred and fifty with just one short interruption of the World War II, left greater impact upon the law of the country. The legal history of Malaysian begins with the acquisition of Penang in 1786 and with the introduction of...
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  • formation of malaysia - 994 Words
    MALAYSIA CONSTITUTION The Constitution is a document that contains all of the order of rules and regulations constitute an important policy for removing a country's governance and administration. Determining the constitution of the Kingdom,a form of government and the rights of the people. The Constitution also contains principles that form the national institutions like the executive, legislative and judicial with the powers and role of each institution within the framework of governance...
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  • Ecotourism in Malaysia - 581 Words
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  • 1 Malaysia - 366 Words
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  • Formation Of Malaysia - 933 Words
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  • Tourism and Malaysia - 2083 Words
    Introduction My task was to make country research with problem statement and in -depth analysis. I choose Malaysia as my destination. Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia. It consists of thirteen states and three federal territories. It is separated by the South China Sea into two regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. Land borders are shared with Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei and maritime borders exist with Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines....
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  • Federalism in Malaysia - 2083 Words
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  • Visit Malaysia - 405 Words
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  • malaysia pestle - 5699 Words
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  • Tourism in Malaysia - 1028 Words
    MALAYSIAN TOURISM - ASSESSING ITS PERFORMANCE, IMPACT AND FUTURE Introduction to Malaysian Tourism Tourism, including Malaysian tourism, is a big industry worldwide and many countries have already cashed in on its potential. This article seeks to assess the performance of tourism in Malaysia, its development, impacts and future. Implications for students will also be discussed. Tourism success in any country begins from the priority placed on it by the government. The Malaysian government...
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  • Foreign worker in malaysia - 619 Words
    FOREIGN WORKER IN MALAYSIA The presence of foreign workers is one of the most critical issues facing the Malaysian construction market, as the increasing construction work which requires significant man-power. Most of the workers come from neighbouring countries such as Indonesia, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Nepal, Myanmar, Vietnam and India. What causes the increasing numbers foreign workers in the construction sites? The causes for the influx of foreign workers in Malaysia is the locals...
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  • Malaysia and the Original People - 999 Words
    Malaysia and the "Original People" Neglecting aboriginal groups has been a common theme in the past when considering the advancement of developing countries. The United States had little to no regard for the Native Americans when developing a new nation. And now as Malaysia is a quickly developing country, we can see the effects of this development on its natives. Some of the world's leading anthropologists who have been studying the "original people" of Malaysia for twenty-five years,...
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  • The Plus Point of Malaysia - 421 Words
    The Plus Point of Malaysia 1. Culture Malaysia has a multi-ethnic, multicultural, and multilingual society. The original culture of the area stemmed from indigenous tribes that inhabited it, along with the Malays who later moved there. Substantial influence exists from Chinese and Indian culture, dating back to when foreign trade began. Other cultural influences include the Persian, Arabic, and British cultures. Due to the structure of the government, coupled with the social contract theory,...
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  • National Monument of Malaysia - 565 Words
    National Monument/ Tugu Negara of Malaysia The memorial site where the National Monument stands is located within the tranquil Lake Gardens, close by to the Parliament House in Kuala Lumpur, occupying an area of approximately 48,562 square metres. The National Monument memorial site was completed after 5 years of construction and was officially opened on February 8, 1966. There are 5 principle components that comprise the memorial site: the monument itself, a long rectangular reflecting...
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  • Malaysia Look East Policy
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  • Financial Crisis Hit Malaysia
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  • Trip to National Museum of Malaysia
    Trip to National Museum of Malaysia Museum is a place used for storing and displaying different objects, illustrating different cultures, natural history, art and craft. It aims to bringing before public mind new things discovered and new researches made. National Museum is one of the great museums of Malaysia. It is located on Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The museum is situated in close proximity to the Perdana Lake Gardens. The national museum was opened on 31 August 1963, and...
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  • National Vision Plan in Malaysia
    National Vision Policy (NVP): National Vision Policy (NVP) was an extension of the NDP (1991-2000) and covers the 8th and 9th MP. Also the second phase of Vision 2020 Objective: same as NDP i.e. national unity. The aims of NVP is to establish a united, progressive and prosperous Bangsa Malaysia that lives in harmony and engages in full and fair partnership Was launched with a focus on building a resilient and competitive nation Incorporates the past key strategies of eradicating poverty...
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  • Visit Malaysia 2014 - 781 Words
    Exciting festivals in 2013 set the mood for “Visit Malaysia Year 2014” Malaysia’s tourism calendar for 2013 is packed with exciting events and colorful celebrations as a run up to the Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) planned in 2014. Visit Malaysia Year 2014 is a campaign by Tourism Malaysia that will promote tourism to the country internationally through several mega events and programs. Regardless of the month of visit, Malaysia promises visitors something special and unique to make their time...
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  • Second Malaysia Prime Minister
    Tun Abdul Razak’s Leadership Style Tun Abdul Razak succeeded Tunku Abdul Rahman as the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, leading and guiding the country from 1970 to 1976( 6 years). He was born in Pulau Keladi, Pahang on March 11, 1922 and he is the only son. The period if Tun Razak’s leadership as Malaysia’s prime minister is associated with the era of implementing the development strategy. Tun Abdul Razak also masterminded and implemented Malaysia’s New Economic Policy (NEP), vigorously...
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  • Memorable Events of Malaysia - 5990 Words
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  • The Batek of Malaysia Way of Life
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  • The Federal Constitution of Malaysia - 660 Words
    The Federal Constitution of Malaysia, which came into force in 1957, is the supreme law of Malaysia.[1] The Federation was initially called the Federation of Malaya (in Malay, Persekutuan Tanah Melayu) and it adopted its present name, Malaysia, when the States of Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore (now independent) joined the Federation.[2] The Constitution establishes the Federation as a constitutional monarchy having the Yang di-Pertuan Agong as the Head of State whose roles are largely...
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  • Why I Love Malaysia
    Malaysia&Malaysia&Malaysia&it is a name that I always keep in my mind. It's the place that I start my heartbeat from birth, then I grow stronger and stronger until I am now. Without doubt, I love my own country, Malaysia. I think Malaysia is an ancient wonder of nature and full of aboriginal culture. I must confess that I love Malaysia because of its breathtaking scenery and the greenness of the rich land . It¶s about sunny and moist along the year in this country. So, our land is rich of the...
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