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  1. The Birds of Peninsular Malaysia (Images of Asia) by Derek Holmes, 1998-07-23
  2. Malaysia: Tradition, Modernity, and Islam (Nations of Contemporary Asia) by R.S. Milne, Diane K. Mauzy, 1986-02
  3. War and Memory in Malaysia and Singapore
  4. Birds: A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore (Suntree Notebooks) by Morten Strange, Allen Jeyarajasingam, 2003-04-01
  5. The Underside of Malaysian History: Pullers, Prostitutes, Plantation Workers... by Peter J. Rimmer, 1990-09
  6. Historical Dictionary of Malaysia by Amarjit Kaur, 2001-02-07
  7. Poisonous Animals of Malaysia by Michael W.F. Tweedie, 1990-11-01
  8. Nepenthes of Sumatra and Peninsular Malaysia by C. Clarke, 2001-12-31
  9. Nonya ware and Kitchen Ch’ing: Ceremonial and Domestic Pottery of the 19th and 20th Centuries Commonly Found in Malaysia by William Willetts, Suan Poh Lim, 1982-09-09
  10. Silent Feet: History of "Z" Special Operations Against the Japanese by G.B. Courtney, 1993-12-31
  11. Methodist schools in Malaysia: their record and history, by Seng Ong Ho, 1965
  12. Malaysia and the "Original People": A Case Study of the Impact of Development on Indigenous Peoples (Part of the Cultural Survival Studies in Ethnicity and Change Series) by Robert Knox Dentan, Kirk Endicott, et all 1996-10-26
  13. Creating "Greater Malaysia": Decolonization and the Politics of Merger by Tan Tai Yong, 2008-04-10
  14. Encyclopedia of Malaysia V04: Early History (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia) by Nik Abdul Rahman, 2007-07-27

81. Malaysia Travel Guide
history malaysia FACTS AT A GLANCE , The generous environmentof malaysia no doubt accounts for the fact that this
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A new phase in the historical development of Malaysia began around the first century BC with the establishment of regular trading contacts with the lands beyond Southeast Asia, specifically China and the sub-continent of India. Hindu and Buddhist elements of Indian culture which swept through the land brought temples and Indian cultural traditions. Local kings, who sent emissaries to the subcontinent, were impressed by the efficiency of the Hindu courts and soon began to refer to themselves as "rajahs." Today, the most tangible evidence of the early Indian influence is in the Malay wedding ceremony, which is very similar that of India. The temples of Lembah Bujang and Kuala Merbok in Kedah are also visible remains of Indian tradition.
Until the 15th century, neighboring kingdoms in Cambodia and Indonesia largely overshadowed the Hindu kingdoms of Peninsular Malaysia. The lack of a strong central power, coupled with the ever-present nuisance of pirates, amplified the need for a secure and well-equipped port in the region. Thus, the legendary port of Malacca was founded in 1400. Its rise from a village of royal refugees to a wealthy kingdom was swift. Perfectly located for trade it became the most influential port of Southeast Asia within 50 years. At any one time, ships from at least a dozen kingdoms, great and small, could be seen in the harbor.

82. Raleigh International -- Malaysia
history has been peaceful by comparison and Merdeka, or Independence, was grantedon the 16 September 1963 to the state within the Federation of malaysia.
History Sabah has traditionally had strong trade links with China and the Philippines. In fact Sabah was known to the pirates plying their trade in the Sulu Sea as the 'Land Below the Wind' because of its position below the typhoon belt. European activity increased mid 18th century and the mainland of North Borneo came under British control in 1877, with the British North Borneo Company administering the territory in 1881. During the Second World War Borneo was controlled by the Japanese and Sabah was the scene of the infamous Sandakan Death March. On September 16th 1963, British North Borneo was renamed Sabah and became a member state of the Federation of Malaysia. In the early 1960s the Philippines unsuccessfully revived its long-standing claim to the territory. Sabah received waves of immigrants in its pre-history, Austronesians whose ancestors constitute the present day indigenous population. Thereafter, its isolation meant that it was only very cursorily visited or considered by the great Empires of South-East Asia, though Chinese sources did indicate of emissaries visiting Borneo. Up until the mid-fifteenth century, Sabah was nominally under the suzerainty of the Sultans of Sulu and Brunei, then a quiet haven of riverine settlements and jungle clearings. There were trading links with Imperial China and what is now Sabah. As early as the ninth century AD, Borneo was exporting her camphor wood, shells, cowries, pepper and birds' nests to Imperial China. Trade also brought the Spanish and the Portuguese to her shores and though they tried to seize Sabah to augment their various empires, nothing became of their forays.

83. Malaysia Historic City State : History Of Malacca (Melaka)
incidentally, was the first Malay prince to become a Muslim and inevitably, Islambecame the religion of Malays in the Peninsular (now West malaysia).
About Melaka Net To Advertise here Online Business Search ... Specials About Malacca Malacca History Malacca Today Getting there Must Eat ... Misc Information Where it all began ..... No historian has been able up to now to pin-point the year Malacca was founded. Going by the State government's celebration of the 600th anniversary of the founding in August 1990, it could be deduced that Malacca was founded in 1390. However, some historians had placed the founding at between 1376 and 1400. That s Sumatran prince, named parameswara, was credited with the founding of the city and naming it Melaka in not disputed. A popular account puts the Prince as out hunting one day and while resting under a tree, one of his dogs cornered a mouse-deer or 'pelandok'. The mouse-deer in its defence attacked the dog and even forced it into the river-water. Parameswara was so taken up by the courage of the mouse-deer that he decided on the spot to found a city on the ground he was sitting on. Thus, Melaka or Malacca was born. Many claimed that the prince took this name from the 'Melaka' tree that was shading him. As time went on, Melaka grew bigger and bigger and became more and more prosperous. Parameswara, incidentally, was the first Malay prince to become a Muslim and inevitably, Islam became the religion of Malays in the Peninsular (now West Malaysia).

84. School Of Management - Universiti Sains Malaysia
School of Management Universiti Sains malaysia. Home General Information Dean'sWelcome About the School Contact Details history News Events Activities
School of Management Universiti Sains Malaysia

General Information

Dean's Welcome
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Useful Links Search Academic Calendar - 2002/3 Calendar - 2003/4 Programmes: Accounting Finance Marketing Op. Management Undergraduate: Admissions BA Accounting BA Management Postgraduate: Ph.D. ... EDP People Faculty Graduate Students Undergrad. Students Administrative Staff Alumni Research OB Lab Research Areas Research Projects Resources University Library HISTORY In 1974, USM's School of Social Sciences introduced the Management Studies Programme. By 1984, USM had established the Bachelor of Management (Hons) degree. On December 1, 1989, the School of Management was officially opened. Initially, the School offered undergraduate programmes majoring in Marketing, Accounting and Finance, and General Management. In addition, the School also offered graduate studies by research. Since then, the School had expanded its undergraduate programmes. In 1999, the Bachelor of Accounting programme was introduced. Currently, the School has more than 750 undergraduate students and 1,200 Minor/Elective students.

85. Langkawi Hotels Guide And Malaysia Travel Information
Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, with its charm, history and potentialas are plans to turn Langkawi into a premier tourist destination in malaysia.
Home Accommodation Accommodation Langkawi Availability ... Maps
Langkawi was said to have been used as a hideout by pirates in the days of yore and with so many uninhabited islets located so close to one another, it is easy to imagine how this was possible. Pirates could move from islet to islet without being detected, and once on land, the lush tropical jungles would no doubt protect them from prying eyes and the long arm of the law.
In a sense, Langkawi seems to have experienced a complete reversal in its fortunes - it is today an extremely popular holiday retreat amongst wealthy tourists. This is very evident in the fact that the newest area being developed, Datai Bay, or Teluk Datai to locals, and Tanjung Rhu, caters to every comfort that the rich and affluent could wish for in a holiday - luxury amidst nature. Visitors to Langkawi may be caught off-guard by its rusticity and slow pace of life. Most of its inhabitants still retain their traditional ways of living - going to sea and reaping their hard-earned harvest from the ground. At present, it is not as well developed as Penang, another popular tourist destination in the northern region of Malaysia, although it is larger. In fact, Langkawi is almost as big as Singapore, Malaysia's neighbour down south.

86. .:: Divine Life Society Malaysia Homepage ::.
history. completed 49 years of spiritual and selfless service in dissemination ofGurudev Swami Sivananda's gospel of divine life to the peoples of malaysia.
Divine Life Society Malaysia Homepage
DLS M'sia Branch Vision History Contacts News ... Youth Wing Activities Yuva Vani Activities Latest Updates Spiritual Calendar 2002 / 2003 Events Divine Messenger Sivananda Day to Day Daily Readings Multimedia DLS Links Feedback Site Map Subscribe to dlsmalaysia group
H.H. Swami Pravananda

Saraswathy Maharaj

H.H. Swami Jivanmuktananda

Saraswathy Maharaj
1989-till now
The Society was founded in 1953 with a humble beginning at the foothills of Batu Caves. It has completed 49 years of spiritual and selfless service in dissemination of Gurudev Swami Sivananda's gospel of divine life to the peoples of Malaysia. Gurudev Swami Sivananda, the founder of the Society, and his successor H.H.Pujya Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj guided and inspired the work of the Malaysian Society. The Society is very grateful and thankful to the World President Pujya Swami Chidanandaji for his particular interest in the work of the divine life movement in Malaysia and his advice and guidance in enabling the Society to strictly follow the spiritual philosophy and doctrine of the past. To-date, the divine life movement in Malaysia has 20 sub-branches with members and devotees from all walks of life both in the rural and urban areas of Malaysia.

87. MALAYSIA CENTRAL: History Of Malaya & Malaysia
Home. history of Malaya malaysia. Aviation Archaeology. http//'s Classic Malaya.
Please wait; rest of page loading.... MALAYSIA CENTRAL: One-stop starting point to thousands of Malaysian online destinations Links open new windows Search Tips -Browse Site- Terminal 1 Terminal 2 Terminal 3 Terminal 4 Terminal 5 Terminal 6 Terminal 7 Terminal 8 Phone Directory 8 Digit Convertor Site Map Home
Aviation Archaeology.

Binder's Classic Malaya.

Helicopters In Malaya.

Heritage Foundation - Badan Warisan Malaysia.

Historical Flags of Malaya/Malaysia. History of Malay Peninsula. History of Yap Ah Loy. Kamal's Archaeology Page. The Kedah Pages. The Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - MBRAS. Maritime Archaeology Museum.

88. Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia - Party History - Introduction
Party history, GERAKAN ITS history AND STRUGGLE. INTRODUCTION. PartiGerakan Rakyat malaysia was founded in 1968. Since then, we have
The Early Years, 1968-1972

INTRODUCTION Party Information Our President
Party History

Party Structure

Party Ideology
... The Early Years

89. Faculty Of Asian Studies: Malaysia As History
malaysia as history. malaysia as history1 The Tenth James C. Jackson MemorialLecture 30 September 1998 This then is the essence of 'malaysia as history'.
Faculty of Asian Studies EDUCATION

Malaysia as History
Malaysia as History
The Tenth James C. Jackson Memorial Lecture
30 September 1998
Virginia Matheson Hooker
Professor of Indonesian and Malay
Australian National University
It is a special honour to be invited to present a James Jackson Memorial Lecture and I would like to thank the Committee of the Malaysia Society for inviting me to present this, the tenth lecture.
Sadly I did not meet Prof Jackson myself, but through my colleagues, especially Professor Martin Rudner one of the Malaysia Society's founding fathers, and from my husband who knew him while he was at the University of Hull in the early 70s, I learned a great deal about him. All who knew him spoke of his charm, courtesy, and unfailing willingness to help students as well as colleagues. Although he died far too early, Professor Jackson left a long publication record. His wife, Suk-Han, was closely involved in his work and in nearly every one of his books he acknowledges her advice and refers to her affectionately as his 'severest critic'.
In the course of my own research into Borneo history I consulted his work Chinese in the West Borneo Goldfields published in 1970.

90. Persatuan Dermatologi Malaysia - About PDM
history, On the world. The meeting was officially opened by the PrimeMinister of malaysia, Dato' Seri Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad. The
About PDM
Mission Statement


Hair Loss Information

Psoriasis Association

in Malaysia

History On the 8th of May 1974,a group of Malaysian Dermatologists who were attending the first Regional Conference of Dermatology in Singapore, met to discuss the need to form a Malaysian Society of Dermatologists so that we could present a united view and take a common stand with other Dermatological Societies in the region. An Ad Hoc committee comprising of Drs B A Adam T S Cheah and D S Nagreh worked hard to draft the Constitution. The Inaugural Gerneral Meeting was held on the 8th of September 1974 at the Malaysian Medical Association Building with six members present. Dr Lee Kwok Ching was elected as the first President. From these humble beginnings, the Society slowly grew in numbers and activity. The turning point came in June 1980 when the Society organised the 4th Regional Conference of Dermatology in Penang. The Patron was the then Minister of Health Tan Sri Chong Hon Nyan and officiated by the Penang Chief Minister, Dr Lim Chong Eu. 250 participants representing 23 countries attended amongst which were 13 guest lecturers.

91. Welcome To Filem Negara Malaysia
Acts General Objective Function Client's Charter history OrganisationContact Us Copyright reserved © 2002 FILEM NEGARA malaysia Government of
Prior to 22nd of November 1963, the Filem Negara Malaysia (FNM) , a department under the Ministry of Information Malaysia was known as the Malayan Film Unit . The Malayan Film Unit started its operations in April 1946 and was based in Jlana Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur . It was a unit under the National Communications Department (Jabatan Perhubungan Raya), thereafter known as the Department of Information. FNM has a branch office situated at Kompleks RTM, Jalan P.Ramlee, Kuching, Sarawak. Initially, the Sarawak's FNM branch, which was established in the mid 1960s,was the Sarawak Information Department Film Unit with the role of broadcasting and screening films produced by the FNM The Sarawak's FNM branch has broadened its funtions in covering the national events and producing films on Sarawak itself, Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan. The present Filem Negara Malaysia complex is situated at Jalan Utara, Petaling Jaya. It was officiated by Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong Ke-3, Al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra Ibni Al-Marhum Syed Hassan Jamalullail on the 24th August, 1965. In his inaugural speech during the official opening ceremony of the FNM 's new complex, Allahyarham Datuk Senu Bin Abdul Rahman, the then Information and Broadcasting Minister, had announced that the ministry decided to incorporate

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93. Selamat Datang Ke Arkib Negara Malaysia
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94. Clark Hatch Malaysia
Fitness and health centre across malaysia for the health and beauty conscious.
Home About Us Bodyguard Health Tips ... Site Map
Welcome to the web site of Clark Hatch International Sdn Bhd (“Clark Hatch International To emphasize our commitment to total fitness in Asia, our headquarters and training center is strategically located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our mission is to grow, strengthen, and enhance the network of Clark Hatch Fitness Centers in Asia and the Pacific Rim. To accomplish our mission, we focus on four primary activities. First, we license the name, service marks, trademarks, materials, programs, and system used by each Clark Hatch Fitness Center and Life Spa By Clark Hatch. Under our license arrangements, each Clark Hatch Fitness Center and each Life Spa By Clark Hatch is owned by a business authorized to use the Clark Hatch name, service marks, trademarks, materials, programs, and system. Each Clark Hatch Fitness Center offers defined reciprocal benefits for fitness center use to the members of other Clark Hatch Fitness Centers.

95. The Scouts Association Of Malaysia
The official site of the Malaysian scout movement.
Selamat Datang
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Rumah B-P, Jalan Hang Jebat, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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96. Malaysia Home Page
See the official site of the nation's tourism board. Get an overview and a list of offices worldwide, and find out how to get there.
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97. Lonely Planet World Guide | Destination Malaysia | Introduction
Lonely Planet GuideCategory Regional Asia malaysia Travel and Tourism Travel Guides......malaysia malaysia is one of the most pleasant, hasslefree countries to visit inSouth-East Asia. Lonely Planet guides to malaysia and the world. order now,
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Malaysia Malaysia is one of the most pleasant, hassle-free countries to visit in South-East Asia. Several decades of sustained economic growth and political stability have made it one of the most buoyant and wealthy countries in the region, and although political power (Malay) and economic clout (Chinese) are still traditionally divided along racial lines, Malaysia has moved towards a pluralist culture based on a vibrant and interesting fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous cultures and customs. Most visitors to Malaysia stick to the Peninsula, where the insane headlong rush of Kuala Lumpur is offset by the colonially soothing Cameron Highlands Hill Station or the hedonistic torpor of Langkawi. Far fewer make it to Sarawak or Sabah, on the island of East Malaysia, with their spectacular wildlife, longhouses and the awe-inspiring Mt Kinabalu.
In April and September 2000, the Philippines-based Abu Sayyaf militants took hostages - some foreign tourists - from the islands of Sipadan and Pandanan. The guerilla group is currently being targeted by military forces in the Philippines, and there is concern that the group may strike again. Visitors are advised to be extra vigilant when traveling in eastern Sabah and to altogether avoid the islands off of Sabah's east coast, including Sipadan and Pandanan. Full country name: Federation of Malaysia
Area: 329,750 sq km (204,445 sq mi)

98. Tourism Malaysia - Home
Official site by malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (malaysian Ministry Of Culture, Arts And Tourism). Includes industry contacts, festivals, local songs, and photographs of major events.
CORPORATE About Us Mission Board of Directors Activities ... Career Opportunities DESTINATION Entry Formalities Accommodation EVENTS Major Events Calendar of Events Introduction MICE Events ... Application Form TOURISM RESOURCE CENTRE Statistics Online Brochure Video Library News / Press Release INDUSTRY CONTACTS Malaysian Ministries Tourism Association Transportation Travel Agents ... General MISCELLANEOUS Site Map Greeting Cards Screensaver Wallpaper ... School Holidays 2003 HELP FAQ Enquiries Terms of Usage HOME
Tourism Malaysia
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Sarawak Junior World Masters Golf Championship 2003
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99. Ancient Malaysia 35,000 BC - 100 BC Early Hindu Kingdoms 100 BC -
Scroll right and click on the icons or text to explore an era of malaysia'shistory. Ancient malaysia 35,000 BC 100 BC, Early Hindu
Scroll right and click on the icons or text to explore an era of Malaysia's history. Ancient Malaysia
35,000 BC - 100 BC Early Hindu Kingdoms
100 BC - 1400 AD
Islam and the

Golden Age of Malacca

1400 - 1511 AD Colonial Malaysia
Independence and Onwards

1957 - Present Day Home Places People History ... Calendar

100. Malaysia Country Analysis Brief
Information on malaysia's energy sector, with sections on oil, gas, and electricity.
Home Country Analysis Briefs Malaysia Country Analysis Brief PDF version PDB version July 2002 Background Oil Natural Gas Electricity ... Links Malaysia Malaysia is important to world energy markets because of its 75.0 trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves and its net oil exports of over 260,000 barrels per day. Note: All information contained in this report is the best available as of July 2002 and is subject to change GENERAL BACKGROUND
Malaysia is currently in its fourth year of economic growth following a deep recession caused by the Asian financial crisis of 1997-98. Following a 7.5% decline in real gross domestic product (GDP) in 1998, Malaysia experienced real GDP growth of 6.1% in 1999 and 8.3% in 2000. Growth slowed to 0.4% in 2001 on weakened demand for the country's manufactured exports in the face of a global economic slowdown, but it is projected to recover to 3.4% in 2002. Imports of capital goods have been rising, which has lowered the country's merchandise trade surplus. Malaysia's banking system has been stabilized, after being undermined by a high proportion of nonperforming loans during the financial crisis. The country's banking sector went through a major restructuring in 2000, with many weaker financial institutions being taken over by stronger ones. In order to stimulate the economy, the country's government has increased spending in 2001 and 2002, incurring a budget deficit of 6.5% of GDP in 2001.

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