Malaysia

Transportation in Malaysia

There are many forms of transportation in Malaysia, and being an archetypal nation of today’s standards, Malaysia can be considered quite well endowed with a great variety of means of transport. Not only can citizens own their own transport, the wide multiplicity of public transport makes traveling uncomplicated and rather comfortable and luxurious. A car […]

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Malacca History

Malacca is a small state encompassing 1657km2 on the Western Peninsular of Malaysia. Geographically positioned along East-West trading route, at the busiest and narrowest point of Straits of Malacca, the state experienced a unique culmination of cultural and historical influences from Malay Sultanate (1400-1511), Portuguese colonial (1511-1641), Dutch colonial (1641-1795), English colonial (1795-1942, 1945-1957) and […]

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Patriotism in Malaysia

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 […]

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Challenges Facing the Malaysia Concept

Right from the outset, 1Malaysia was anchored in the Constitution and linked to the Rukun Negara and Wawasan 2020, which are instruments of nation-building, not political party manifestoes. If it had not been for this negative attitude of some politicians, which has an impact upon a portion of the populace, 1Malaysia would have gained more […]

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Brain Drain Issue

1.0 Introduction Recent year, brain drain issue once again becomes one of the hot discussed among the Malaysian. According to recent parliamentary report, approximately 140,000 Malaysia left the country in 2007 while the figure was double up to 305,000 between March 2008 and August 2009 as talented Malaysia pulled up stakes, apparently disillusioned by rising […]

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Compare the features of Malayan Union with the Federation of Malaya 1948

Malayan Union is a federation that brings a lot of protest among the Malayan citizens that be form on January 1948. The purpose of this federation is to simply the administration and as it unifies Malaya Peninsula under one government, it make easier for the British to rule. This idea was first brought by British […]

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A Trip to Malacca

On the 22nd of May, my college arranged a one day trip to Malacca. The objective of the trip was to learn about science at the Malacca Planetarium and to interview tourists. We started out journey to Malacca at 7. 30a. m. by bus. On the way to Malacca, unfortunately, the bus I was on […]

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Learning to Ride a Bike to Learning to Drive a Car

Nowadays in Malaysia, it is traffic everywhere most of the time near roundabouts which make many people late for work; accidents take place and so on. Learn to ride a bike is easier than learning to drive a car because of the situations that happen these days which is traffic jam. Is it easy to […]

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Pest Secret Recipe

Malaysia is a multi-racial country and there are around 55% of the population are Malays. In order to serve Islam market, Halal certification is required for food retail industry. In Malaysia, Halal certification can be obtained from the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM 2011). The Halal Food scheme are covered by the production, preparation, […]

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Malaysian Market

The inception of the soft drink was in 1830’s. Due to the technological advances in production and higher product availability, the consumption has increased steadily. It is also becoming difficult to ignore the existence of soft drink in today’s market. The soft drink products have been overtaking the hot drink or water gradually and becoming […]

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Malaysian Siamese Community

Malaysian Siamese community is found in northern part of Malaysia. They are one of the minority groups that livings as part of Bumiputera like Malays, Kadazan-Dusuns, Iban and Malaccan Portuguese. They have adopted with the culture and traditions in Malaysia. The Siamese community that can be found in northern states of Malaysia is Kedah Kelantan, […]

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Introduction to McDonald’s Malaysia

Giving back has always been fundamental to our business since Ray Kroc founded McDonald’s more than 50 years ago. Our communities give us so much in return not just by supporting our business but also by increasing our brand visibility and strengthening our relationships with our stakeholders. McDonald’s uses three key strengths – our scope, […]

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Astro Consumer Behavior

1.0 Introduction 1.1Company Background Astro Malaysia Holdings SdnBhd (ASTRO) is Malaysia’s leading integrated cross-media group with operations in 4 key businesses which include direct-to-home (DTH), satellite Pay TV, Radio, Content and Digital which provides a wide range of channels providing the latest information in entertainment, news and sports. Malaysia’s sole satellite television operator, MEASAT Broadcast […]

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Hotel Industry in Malaysia

Malaysia’s hospitality industry is experiencing healthy growth in hotel openings and hospitality-related services through the steady flow of business travelers, tourists and popularity as a MICE (Meeting, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions) venue. Malaysia’s advantage in this sector lies in good value in terms of costs compared to the rest of the region, its diversity of natural […]

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Road accident in Malaysia

Malaysia is considered relatively safe for driving compared to other developing countries. But if we observe past years’ and recent road accidents statistics/reports, we can perceive that the propensity of road accidents in Malaysia is on the rise. Now I think, Malaysia really requires an investigation in the geographical distribution and regional variation of accidents […]

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Malaysian government system

The politics of Malaysia takes place in the framework of a federal representative democratic constitutional monarchy, in which the Yang di-Pertuan Agong is head of state and the Prime Minister of Malaysia is the head of government. Executive power is exercised by the federal government and the 13 state governments. Federal legislative power is vested […]

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Malaysia against Drugs

Lately, the cases of drug abuse in our country are increasing. Nowadays not only adults are involved in these cases, but teenagers too. We can see many people suffering from taking drugs and they are addicted to it. I believe that they knew the consequences of taking drugs but still why do they want to […]

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Should the government provide health care

Dato’ Sir Onn bin Ja’afar, KBE (1895 – January 19, 1962) was a Malay politician and a Menteri Besar (Chief Minister) of Johore in Malaysia, then Malaya. He was the founder of United Malays National Organization (UMNO) and was also responsible for the social economic welfare of the Malays by setting up the Rural Industrial […]

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