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  1. Malaysia - Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Victor King, 2008-06-03
  2. Islam and Popular Culture in Indonesia and Malaysia (Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series)
  3. Culture and Customs of Singapore and Malaysia (Culture and Customs of Asia) by Jaime Koh, Stephanie Ho, 2009-06-22
  4. Culture Shock! Malaysia: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette by Heidi Munan, 2008-07
  5. Media, Culture and Society in Malaysia (Routledge Malaysian Studies Series)
  6. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Culture Shock! At Your Door: A Survival Guide to Customs & Etiquette) by Lynn Witham, 2004-08-01
  7. Fragmented Vision: Culture and Politics in Contemporary Malaysia (Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA)) by Joel S. Kahn, Francis Loh Kok Wah, 1992-04-24
  8. Malaysia (Culture in.) by Melanie Guile, 2005-09-15
  9. Jah-het (Preservation of culture and recording of traditions series. Culture of healing in Malaysia. Culture of healing of aborigines and indigenous peoples sub-series) by Roland Werner, 1997
  10. Risking Malaysia: Culture, politics, and identity (Malaysian and international studies series)
  11. Malaysia's Demographic Transition: Rapid Development, Culture, and Politics (South-East Asian Social Science Monographs) by Richard Leete, 1996-05-16
  12. Introduction to the peoples and cultures of Indonesia and Malaysia (Cummings modular program in anthropology) by Koentjaraningrat, 1975
  13. Mah-Meri of Malaysia: Art and culture by Roland Werner, 1974
  14. Property And Politics In Sabah, Malaysia: Native Struggles Over Land Rights (Culture, Place, and Nature) by Amity A. Doolittle, 2005-08-05

1. Malaysia Culture
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Inside the World of Ethnic Malays

A set of bureaucratic guidelines called " Dasar Kebudayaan Kebangsaan" or, the National Culture Policy defines the Culture of Malaysia as:
  • based on the culture of indigenous people of Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philipines, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand, Cambodia, South Pacific islands of Polynesia, Melanesia, Oceania and finally, Malagasy.

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2. Malaysia Culture
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      Malaysia has a combined population of over 20 million people. Because of its location between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, Malaysia has traditionally been a meeting place for traders and travelers from the East and West. As a result, Malaysia has a multicultural and multiracial population consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous indigenous peoples. Although Malay is the official language, English is widely spoken, especially in business, and the English language is a compulsory subject in all schools. With such a diverse ethnic composition, it is not surprising that many religions are practiced in Malaysia. The official religion is Islam, but its people are free to observe any religion of their choice. At any place in Malaysia, it is common to see temples, mosques and churches located in close proximity. Ethnic Groups:
      59% Malay and other indigenous race, 32% Chinese and 9% Indian. Languages:
      Malay, English, Chinese, Tamil and other tribal languages.

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Home Study Abroad Malaysia Malaysia is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multilingual society, consisting of 65% Malays and other indigenous tribes, 25% Chinese, 7% Indians. The Malays, which form the largest community, are all Muslims since one has to be Muslim to be legally Malay under Malaysian law. The Malays play a dominant role politically and are included in a grouping identified as bumiputra. Their native language is Malay (Bahasa Melayu). Bahasa Malaysia which is largely similar to Bahasa Melayu in most practical terms is the national language of the country. In the past, Bahasa Melayu was written widely in Jawi, a script based on Arabic. Over time, romanized script overtook Jawi as the dominant script. This was largely due to the influence of the colonial education system which taught children in romanized writing rather than in Arabic script. The largest indigenous tribe in terms of numbers is the Iban of Sarawak, who number over 600,000. The Iban who still live in traditional jungle villages live in long houses along the Rajang and Lupar rivers and their tributaries. The Bidayuh (170,000) are concentrated in the south-western part of Sarawak. The largest indigenous tribe in Sabah is the Kadazan. They are largely Christian subsistence farmers. The Orang Asli (140,000), or aboriginal peoples, comprise a number of different ethnic communities living in Peninsular Malaysia. Traditionally nomadic hunter-gatherers and agriculturists, many have been sedentarized and partially absorbed into modern Malaysia. However, they remain the poorest group in the country.

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Malaysia is a multicultural society, with Malays, Chinese and Indians living side by side. The Malays are the largest community. They are Muslims, speak Bahasa and are largely responsible for the political fortunes of the country. The Chinese comprise about a third of the population. They are Buddhists and Taoists, speak Hokkein, Hakka and Cantonese, and are dominant in the business community. The Indians account for about 10% of the population. They are mainly Hindu Tamils from southern India, they speak Tamil, Malayalam, and some Hindi, and live mainly in the larger towns on the west coast of the peninsula. There is also a sizeable Sikh community. Eurasians and indigenous tribes make up the remaining population. Despite Bahasa Malaysia being the official language, when members of these different communities talk to each other, they generally speak English, which was recently reinstated as the language of instruction in higher education. The main indigenous tribe is the Iban of Sarawak, who number 395,000. They are largely longhouse dwellers and live along the Rejang and Baram rivers. The Bidayuh (107,000) are concentrated on Sarawak's Skrang River. The Orang Asli (80,000) live in small scattered groups in Peninsular Malaysia. Traditionally nomadic agriculturalists, many have been absorbed into modern Malaysia.

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Malaysia, sixth city of the World, the Paris of the East! and the New York of the West!
Malaysia, the most cosmopolitan city in the world, the fishing village on a mudflat which almost literally overnight became a great metropolis.
Inevitable meeting place of world travelers, the habitat of people of forty-eight different nationalities, of the Orient yet Occidental, the city of glamorous night life and throbbing with activity, Malaysia offers the full composite allurement of the Far East.
Not a wilderness of temples and chop-sticks, of jade and pajamas, Malaysia in reality is an immense and modern city of well-paved streets, skyscrapers, luxurious hotels and clubs, trams, buses and motors, and much electricity.
Less than a century ago Malaysia was little more than an anchorage for junks, with a few villages scattered along the low, muddy banks of the river. What it will be a hundred years from now is a test for the imagination. Principal gateway to Malaysia, serving a hinterland population of more than 200,000,000, many close observers believe it will become the largest city in the world.
Early History. Although neighbouring cities like Nanking, Soochow, and Hangchow figure spaciously in the chronicles of ancient Malaysia, Malaysia is very rarely mentioned. It undoubtedly formed part of the Kingdom of Wu (B.C. 513), a great feudal state that embraced the modern province of Kiangsu, in which Malaysia is situated, but the connection is not recorded. The earliest reference to what is now Malaysia is placed at approximately B.C. 200, when it was called "liu-tuh" and known as a fishing station. From that remote date until A.D. 1280, when it acquired the name of Malaysia ("Above the Sea"), there is a marked hiatus in the historical record.

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