Free Essays on Proud To Be Malaysian

  1. Proud to Be Malaysians

    i'm proud to be Malaysian Malaysia? Where is the situation of the country of Malaysia in the map of the world? I can’t explain in here because i’m already know the sea of people in this world know where is Malaysia and what special in Malaysia. I’m the one of Malaysian. I am proud to be a Malaysian from...

  2. I Am Proud to Be Malaysian

    "I am proud to be a Malaysian because our country has been independent from British colonies.I also feel very lucky to live in Malaysia because the country was fortunate to secure and prosperous.I was fortunate to have Prime Minister because he has a fair and equitable.I am also proud that Malaysia...

  3. I Love My Country, I Am Proud to Be a Malaysians

    I love my country, I am proud to be a Malaysians Malaysia is a country which consists of three main races that is Malay, Chinese and Indians, and also various ethnic tribes like the Iban and the Kadazan community, and many more. What makes it so special is that we can all live harmoniously in this country...

  4. What Makes Me a Malaysian

    What makes me a Malaysian? Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy in south-east Asia consisting thirteen states, and three federal territories. The country is separated by South China Sea into two regions. There are Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysia Borneo (also know as east Malaysia).and also the...

  5. What Makes Me a Malaysian

    independence to Malaysia, then known as Malaya. On 31st August 1957 in Malaya, Tunku Abdul Rahman also known as the Father of Independence made Malaya proud by announcing the independence of Tanah Melayu. The memorable announcement was held at the Stadium Merdeka and it has now become a historical destination...

  6. Survey: Future Of The Malaysian Defense Industry 2014, Global Industry Analysis

    The Future of the Malaysian Defense Industry Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2019 published by Strategic Defence Intelligence, provides readers with a detailed analysis of both historic and forecast Malaysian defense industry values, factors influencing demand, the challenges...

  7. The Person I Most Admire in the World

    known as a Malaysian because of his national identity (1.5m).] [Next, it is most important because it promotes our awareness towards the country (2m). By having national identity is related to the sense of belonging a person has to the community of the country (1.5m). Example, a Malaysian will feel responsible...

  8. Why Should Be Proud of Malaysia

    people of Malaysia have been round the world solo yacht ride in 1999. 3. In 1997, two people who had conquered the mountain Everst Malaysia and the Malaysian flag flying there. 4. Malaysia has launched a satellite MEASAT 1 & 2 in 1996 for a live television broadcast. Malaysia currently has three satellite...

  9. The Idea to Send the Second Malaysian Astronaut Should Not Be Proceed.

    The first Malaysian astronaut program was launched in the International Space Station on 10th October 2007 and returned to earth safely on 21st October 2007. Malaysians are very proud for that achievement. Three years have passed, and recently a proposal to send the second astronaut mission to the International...

  10. Cultural and Heritage with Malaysian Cuisine

    CULTURAL AND HERITAGE WITH MALAYSIAN CUISINE “Malaysia”, land of diverse society, unique with its multi cultural population is renowned among international travellers for uniqueness of different races that can live together harmoniously. Famous for its world wonder destinations, be it island, rainforest...

  11. Future of the Malaysian Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2019

    Future of the Malaysian Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2019 The Future of the Malaysian Defense Industry Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2019 published by Strategic Defence Intelligence, provides readers with a...

  12. Kaula Lumpur: Shamsiah Fakeh

    contribution to the country before independence and we are proud of her. She was known as a communist, but her basic belief was to fight for a better life for the people. “Even though she was in poor health, she maintained an interest in Malaysian politics. She still wanted the structure of the country...

  13. Malaysia My Homeland

    with it. The amazing history of our warriors and the faces of inspirational youth and the bright future are among the top reason why many Malaysian are very proud to say Malaysia, my homeland! Boom! Boom! The eerie sounds of gunshots and bombs blowing up have always become the background of our grandparents’...

  14. muet

    you. Candidate B Task A: You suggest that they give him a computer. Say why. A very good morning I bid to one and all. My relatives and I are very proud of my brother. He has just received a scholarship to study in England and so we would like to give him a special gift. We believe that the best present...

  15. Malaysian Coffee Culture: a Research of Social Aspect, Branding and Design

    UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA MALAYSIAN COFFEE CULTURE: A RESEARCH OF SOCIAL ASPECT, BRANDING AND DESIGN SITI NURBAYA ABDUL RAHMAN Thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the Masters Degree of Art History & Cultural Management (AD771) Faculty of Art & Design October 2010 II ...

  16. Tolerance Among Malaysian

    among Malaysians. Thus, each of us, despite our differences has to unite together to show our Malaysian identity. There are several suggestions on how we are going to promote unity and tolerance among Malaysians.             One of the ways on how to promote unity and tolerance among Malaysians is by...

  17. Malaysian Youth Culture

    MALAYSIAN YOUTH CULTURE In this 21st century world, cultures have changed and so youth culture all over the world. In Malaysia, our youth cultures have made changes as the world’s culture change goes. Since Malaysia is a multi-cultural country so the culture of our youth today obviously has...

  18. Critical analysis of Malaysian airlines

     Critical Analysis- Malaysian Airlines Criticial Analysis- Malaysian Airlines 1.Introduction The essay is about critical analysis ofthe project business case, related to the financial crisis of Malaysian Airline System. The Malaysia Airline System reported a loss of $1.3 billion...

  19. Malaysian Studies

    abused, many people would get over-emotional over a particular case and soon fighting each other to determine the truth for instance, a controversial Malaysian video blogger criticize Malaysia’s National Ideology, its political unrest and claimed the Chinese were the biggest taxpayers while the Malays are...

  20. AFTA and Malaysian Economic

    linkages (plastics, still, electronics, glass, metal, rubber, textile industry). (Venkatesan) Malaysian Automobile industry The history of Malaysian automotive industry goes back to early 1960s, where Malaysian government developed a policy to promote an integrated automobile industry to strengthen Malaysia's...

  21. Malaysian Studies

    Hindu-Buddhist culture – Malay wedding, betel nuts, shadow play THE MALAY SULTANATES There are two sultanates that played important roles in Malaysian political and historical development. They were the Melaka Sultanates and the Brunei Sultanates. Both played important roles in Peninsular and Borneo...

  22. Western Culture Has Brought More Negative Impacts on the Malaysian Youth.

    Western Culture Has Brought More Negative Impacts On The Malaysian Youth. Western culture is a body of knowledge derived from reason that began in Ancient Greece. There and in the Roman civilization it developed until the start of the Middle Ages when it largely vanished from Europe. During the Middle...

  23. Essay

    planning a talk for young people. You have been asked to suggest a suitable topic for the talk. Task A: You suggest a talk on "How to be a Good Malaysian". Why is this topic suitable? Task B: Group Interaction (10 minutes) Situation Your school or college is planning a talk for young people. You...

  24. Puncak, Cimb and Cni

    Proton Edar Sdn Bhd (“PESB”) through Bumiputra-Commerce Finance Berhad (“BCF) to form Proton Commerce Sdn. Bhd. CNI Holdings Berhad Proud to be wholly Malaysian, CNI started as Homca Chemical Sdn Bhd and changed its name to Forever Young Holdings Sdn Bhd in 1991. Due to a restructuring in 2002 and...

  25. The English Language and Its Impact on Identities of Multilingual Malaysian Undergraduates

    The English Language And Its Impact On Identities Of Multilingual Malaysian Undergraduates By Lee, Su Kim, Lee, King Siong, Wong, Fook Fei and Azizah Ya’acob Lee Su Kim is an associate Professor at the School of Language Studies and Linguistics, UKM. Lee King Siong, a senior lecturer with the...

  26. What Make Me a Malaysian

    examples of the amalgamation of cultures comes in the form of Chinese and Malay. Chinese are the earliest immigrant to the Straits, with adopting the Malaysian culture. They marry with the Malays and produced a new set of generation which called babas or nonyas. In addition, they also created their own set...

  27. Malaysian political system

    Indians (7%). About 60% of the population (most Malays) are Muslim. Due to religious, cultural, and linguistic differences among ethnic groups, the Malaysian government has regarded making a national integration policy to be an important issue since the independence of Malaysia in 1957. Large-scale ethnic...

  28. Yoyo

    leader must be responsible with decisions that already made and ready to receive criticism from others. 2. MALAYSIAN LEADER Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj BACKGROUND Full name : Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Abdul...

  29. Malaysian Automotive Degrees

    trend in Western labor markets during the 1980s and 1990s, and it has challenged conventional trade union strategies and practices in many ways. The Malaysian auto industry provides an organizational field where the trend towards double decentralization emerged during the 1980s and continued in the 1990s...

  30. Contribution of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Malaysia Development

    Malaysians have all sorts of emotions when it comes to Tun Dr Mahathir. You just have to say his name, and you get all sorts of reactions. Yes, it is true, when you mention the name of Mahathir, even among students, you surely get all sort of comments and...