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Sarawak

1. Problemstellung The Iban longhouses are a key attraction in Sarawak. Even West Malaysians find Sarawak´s ethnic culture exotic because there are no similar communities in Peninsular Malaysia. The Iban customs and traditions are unique because Sarawak is the only part of Malaysia and of the world that is home to this community. Total visitor arrivals into Sarawak was 394.992 in 2002 compared to 2012 it increased to 4,069,023. From interviews with local tour operators and hoteliers, it is clearly...

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Sarawak Land Code Chapter 81

LAWS OF SARAWAK LAND CODE CHAPTER 81 (1958 EDrTrOlO lncorporatingall amendments modifi cations and ' upto L 1.1999 Conpiled in the STA'IE ATTORNEY.GENERAL'S CIIAMBERS, KUCHINC DICETAK OLEH PERCETAI(AN N,4SIONAL MALAYSIABERHAD, KUCHNC, SARAWA( 1999 : 1 - . ] . 2"1 Native customary rights Part II 5.---(1)'' As ftom the lst dayofJanuary, 1958, native customary rights may be createdin accordance with the native customarylaw of the cornmurity or conmunities concemedby...

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Sarawak Regatta

brother last 2 years in Sarawak Regatta event. This picture is show longboat racing or ‘Lumbak Perahuk Panjang’ in Sarawak language. I choose this picture because it is very unique and also gives significant when all people gather in one place to watch the great local event. I have been stay in Sarawak for almost 20 years because my parent working here and of course Sarawak’s people has much culture to tell everyone. First of all, Sarawak regatta is one of most great event in Sarawak and it held once a...

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Sarawak

The documentary “Tribe” which features the lives of an indigenous tribe from Sarawak, Malaysia, the “Penan”, is absolutely an absolute eye-opener. Not only did it inform the viewers about the Penan people but it also left an impact of the growing awareness of the people to unjust abuse to the environment and the simplicity of life. According to my search, The Penans are a nomadic aboriginal people living in Sarawak and Brunei. Penans are one of the last such peoples who remained as hunters and gatherers...

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high blood pressure

Putih 1, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia Contact No: +6016 xxxxxxx / 016 xxxxxxx (sister) E-mail Address: thomas_edison@hotmail.comCareer Objective: To be employed as machinist or technician where organizational and analytical skills required. PERSONAL PARTICULARS Name: Thomas Edison Date of Birth: 24 September 1991 IC No.: xxxxxx-13-xxxxxxGender: Female Nationality: Malaysian Race: Iban City / State: Miri / Sarawak Marital Status:...

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Formation of Malaysia

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, Sarawak and Brunei, in terms of the legal system, economy, history, financial ...

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My Hometown

hometown is worth visiting Sarawak-my hometown and I am proud of it. The scenery, languages, historical places, interesting places and various foods are very special to me as the resident of The Earth of Hornbill. I am proud to promote my hometown to everybody as Sarawak has its own attraction. I will be gladsome to recommend the most popular places in Sarawak which is also known as the main attraction such as Sarawak Cultural Village, Jong’s Crocodile Farm, Sarawak tribe languages and the most...

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Mudharabah

for Mukah Power Generation Sdn Bhd (MPG) and Sarawak Power Generation Sdn Bhd (SPG), in relation to the Mukah power plant project. Both MPG and SPG are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Sarawak Enterprise Corporation Berhad (SECB). MPG is currently undertaking the construction of a 2x135 megawatt (MW) total installed capacity coal-fired power plant, comprising two boiler turbine generator units, each unit with a nominal 135 MW capacity, in Mukah, Sarawak. The Mukah Power Plant project, which is scheduled...

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Gawai Dayak

Gawai Day or Gawai Dayak is a festival celebrated in Sarawak on 1 June every year. It is both a religious and social occasion. The word Gawai means a ritual or festival whereas Dayak is a collective name for the native ethnic groups of Sarawak (and neighboring Indonesian Kalimantan): the Iban, also known as Sea Dayak and the Bidayuh people, also known as Land Dayak. Thus, Gawai Dayak literally means "Dayak Festival". Dayak would visit their friends and relatives on this day. Such visit is more commonly...

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A Better Tomorrow

canai[group 3] nasi lemak[group 4] and teh tarik Don’t forhet ther king of the fruits - the durian! Eeeee![group 1 & 2] Nice la![group 3 & 4] What about the sago worms? Yuks! Not our cup of tea! Hey!They are delicious And nutritious Our famous Sarawak Kek Lapis Can be exported to the rest of the world, you know [individual] So defined….. So refine….. So divine….. the range is totally out of the world! Malaysians, we must have a sense of fairness, a common sense approach to the world People...

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