Free Essays on National Day Of Malaysia

  1. Hari Merdaka

    (Independence Day) is a national day of Malaysia commemorating the independence of the Federation of Malaya from British colonial rule, celebrated on August 31. In a wider context, it is to celebrate the formation of Malaysia. This year 2010, Malaysia will celebrate it’s 53rd Independence Day ( Hari Kemerdekaan...

  2. Formation of Malaysia

    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...

  3. Our National Day

    When Is National Day 2013 in Malaysia? National Day falls on August 31th, 2013. National Day is celebrated every year in Malaysia on the 31st of August to commemorate the momentous occasion when the Federation of Malaya achieved independence from British rule in 1957. On the 30th of August, Malaysia’s...

  4. Assignment

    HOW CAN A PERSON BECOME A CITIZEN OF MALAYSIA Malaysian citizenship can be obtained either by registration or by naturalisation. Either way you have to give up your prior nationality as Malaysia does not allow dual citizenship. Citizenship by naturalization by naturalization Naturalization refers...

  5. Malaysian Unity

    Title Malaysian Unity Introduction Malaysia is one of the countries in the world populated by various racial, ethnic and religion. Malay, Chinese and Indians form the largest ethnics group. Islam is the official religion in Malaysia. However, there are other religions practiced including Christianity...

  6. Crisis, Recovery and the Road Ahead

    Malaysia in the Global Economy Daniel E. Charette Crisis, Recovery, and the Road Ahead This article offers an analysis of contemporary economic development in Malaysia, focusing especially on the causes and consequences of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. Malaysia offers an excellent case study...

  7. International Relations

    Najib Tun Razak in April 2002 which paved the way for an official visit by the Prime Minister of Malaysia to the White House in May 2002. During the Prime Minister’s visit to the White House, U.S and Malaysia signed a joint declaration to fight terrorism in Southeast Asia, making Malaysia’s efforts part...

  8. Ptptn

    PTPTN (NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION FUND CORPORATION) IS GOOD BUT THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO LISTEN TO THE VIEWS OF THE PEOPLE TOO. Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Now, The National Higher Education Fund Corporation) PTPTN is high on the air of Malaysia. People from all walks of life are busy discussing on...

  9. Prospects and Challenges of E-Court System in Malaysia

    Prospects and Challenges Facing E-Court System in Malaysia By Ani Munirah Mohamad In many parts of the world, the application of information and communication technology (ICT) in the court system is increasingly contributing to time, case, manpower and cost management strategies. This phenomenon...

  10. What Make Me a Malaysian

    INTRODUCTION Malaysia is a multicultural society, with Malays, Chinese and Indians living side by side. The Malays are the largest community, numbering 60% of the population, following the Muslim religion, speak Bahasa Melayu, and are largely responsible for the country's political destiny. About...

  11. Bringing People All over the World Together

    other cultures for peace and understanding. Secondly, the process of globalisation made industrial products have been traded between and within national boundaries. The growth of trading between nations is increases which at the same time reduce the tariff barriers in poor countries and lift the wealth...

  12. Learning Support

    for example, we should learn from the past, be ethical and know your Malaysia. Did you know that it’s been for a half-decade our beloved country Malaysia have achieved independence? Well, thanks to our freedom fighter from the olden day. The sweat and bleed till independence succeed. We can imagine how...

  13. The Different of Malaysia Before and After Independence

    that British colonists had invaded our country, Malaysia and also occupied our territory? Ouch! Yes, indeed it was a history resembling continuous or intermittent record of the time. But if you understand well, the best part of this history was Malaysia enabled independent from British colonists. An independent...

  14. Tun Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad

    the given name, "Mahathir". Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad (IPA: [ma'ħɑ.ðiɽ bin mʊħɑmmæd̚]; born December 20, 1925) was the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia. He held the post for 22 years from 1981 to 2003, making him Malaysia's longest-serving Prime Minister, and one of the longest-serving leaders in...

  15. sub-module nasional service

    the Malaysian Armed Forces – ATM) This training activity is organized by ATM under the teams set by the Markas Medan TD. Training is planned for 4 days at shooting range of the ATM, police, RELA and other agencies. Only trainees with written permission from the parent / guardian is allowed to participate...

  16. Bringing clean air to Malaysia

     Reducing Air Pollution in Malaysia INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND Do you like breathing in air that can destroy your health? Well Malaysians suffer from this everyday. Imagine not being able to go to work because you're sick...

  17. National Day Celebration

    National Day of Malaysia       In 1956, the then Prime Minister of Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj led a delegation to London to hold talks with the British Government concerning independence for Malaya. The Malayan delegation, comprising of four representatives of the Malay Rulers and four...

  18. Unity

    Essay: National Unity at Integration The Khmer Rouge and the Ku Klux Klan or better known as the KKK are the few of the many groups or clans that enjoy torturing, abusing or even annihilating people who are not of their own kind. Even sometimes these days, racial issues and conflicts often occur in...

  19. Language and Cultural Identity: Balancing National and International Needs in Public Universities in Malaysia

    LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL IDENTITY: Balancing National and International Needs in Public Universities in Malaysia INTRODUCTION At the turn of the century, many Asian countries are faced with tensions arising from the linguistic shift in language policies stemming from pressures of globalization. ...

  20. Invented Tradition

    INVENTED TRADITION IN MALAYSIA There were various technologies that have been use in order to construct the nation-state. One of the most important things there must be in building a modern-nation state is a national culture which consists of history, heritage and tradition. For example, tradition...

  21. Independence Day

    we as Malaysians celebrate the National Day. A lot of people enjoy celebrating the National Day. We enjoy singing the National Songs, decorating our classroom, watching the countdown concert, counting down the time to midnight and watching the parade on National Day. But when we do all those things...

  22. Tax Malaysia and China

    1.0 Introduction Income tax is defined as tax on money people earned income, which mean they (taxpayers) paid to the national government. The income that must be charged includes wages, salaries, commission, dividends, interest and etc. Most of the countries employ a progressive income tax system in...

  23. World Religion

    Malaysia is multicultural and multiconfessional. The dominant religion in Malaysia is Islam, whose followers make up 61 per cent of the population. Islam is recognised as the state religion of Malaysia, although the country has a secular constitution. Debate exists about whether Malaysia should be a...

  24. National Day of Malaysia

    National Day of Malaysia In 1956, the then Prime Minister of Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj led a delegation to London to hold talks with the British Government concerning independence for Malaya. The Malayan delegation, comprising of four representatives of the Malay Rulers and four...

  25. English vs. Bahasa Malaysia

    English vs. Bahasa Malaysia A German friend of mine once asked me why I did not use Malay as an every day language when I am Malaysian. What piqued his curiosity was when I had a Malay friend over and both of us had a conversation in flawless English. My German friend could not help but to ask us...

  26. The History of Uum

    of the new Bagunan Malaysia. the town's tallest (5 storeys) building, last Saturday. More than 8100000 was ...New home The Chartered Bank Talping branch, established In 1887 moved into a new . and more spacious air-conditioned premi>e;> on the ground floor of the new Bagunan Malaysia. the town's tallest...

  27. Malaysia: the National Day

    we as Malaysians celebrate the National Day. A lot of people enjoy celebrating the National Day. We enjoy singing the National Songs, decorating our classroom, watching the countdown concert, counting down the time to midnight and watching the parade on National Day. But when we do all those things...

  28. Contribution of Malaysia in Asean.

    In this assignment, we are asked to do research about the roles of Malaysia in the organization, ASEAN. In ASEAN, Malaysia plays an important role in humanitarian aid. It has also contributed a lot to ASEAN. Other than that, Malaysia faced a lot of challenge in ASEAN too. In this assignment, we will...

  29. BM anwar

    History Essay Introduction Anwar Ibrahim is without a doubt one of the most influential politician ever to emerge after our nation`s Independence Day in 1957.Without any sufficient political background he struggles through the political period during his University life. Although not famous at that...

  30. Malaysian Studies

    Q1. The salient features of the Constitution of Malaysia are as follows; 1. Special rights for Malays and native from Sabah and Sarawak 2. Fundamental liberties 3. Language 4. Religion 5. Rulers 6. Citizenship 7. Elections 8. Judiciary 9. Finance ...