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Malaysian - Multi-racial.

  1. 1. MALAYSIAN multi-racial
  2. 2. MALAYSIA
  3. 3. MALAYSIA 29,495,147 42ND MOST POPULATED COUNTRY POPULATION
  4. 4. WHO ARE MALAYSIAN?
  5. 5. Malay are Malaysia's LARGEST ethnic group MALAY
  6. 6. Malay are Malaysia's LARGEST ethnic group 50.4% accounting for over half the population and the national language MALAY
  7. 7. Malay are Malaysia's LARGEST ethnic group 50.4% accounting for over half the population and the national language Almost all Malays are MUSLIMS MALAY
  8. 8. Malay are Malaysia's LARGEST ethnic group 50.4% accounting for over half the population and the national language Almost all Malays are MUSLIMS Traditional Malay culture around the kampung or village, today one is just as likely to find Malays in the cities. MALAY
  9. 9. CHINESE Chinese form about 35% of the population.
  10. 10. CHINESE Chinese often worked the most grueling jobs like tin mining and railway construction Chinese form about 35% of the population.
  11. 11. CHINESE Chinese often worked the most grueling jobs like tin mining and railway construction Most Chinese are Tao Buddhist and retain strong ties to their ancestral homeland Chinese form about 35% of the population.
  12. 12. CHINESE Chinese are regarded as Malaysia's businessmen, having succeeded in many industries Chinese often worked the most grueling jobs like tin mining and railway construction Most Chinese are Tao Buddhist and retain strong ties to their ancestral homeland Chinese form about 35% of the population.
  13. 13. INDIANS Indians form about 7% of the population . .
  14. 14. INDIANS Many worked as rubber tappers, while others built the infrastructure or worked as administrators and small businessmen Indians form about 7% of the population . . .
  15. 15. INDIANS Most came from South India, fleeing a poor economy Many worked as rubber tappers, while others built the infrastructure or worked as administrators and small businessmen Indians form about 7% of the population . . . .
  16. 16. WE
  17. 17. WE ARE
  18. 18. WE ARE ALL
  19. 19. WE ARE ALL IN
  20. 20. MALAYSIA
  21. 21. We are of course a nation of differences.
  22. 22. Those differences don’t make us weak. We are of course a nation of differences.
  23. 23. They’re the source of our strength. Those differences don’t make us weak. We are of course a nation of differences. - JIMMY CARTER
  24. 24. Are programme designed by Malaysian Prime Minister SEPT2010  DATO’ SERI NAJIB TUN ABDUL RAZAK 16
  25. 25. ETHNIC HARMONY
  26. 26. ETHNIC HARMONY NATIONAL UNITY
  27. 27. ETHNIC HARMONY EFFICIENT GOVERNANCE NATIONAL UNITY
  28. 28. UNIFORMITY IS NOT NATURE'S WAY, DIVERSITY IS NATURE'S WAY. - VANDANA SHIVA -
  29. 29. CAUSES THAT MAKE MALAYSIAN NATIONAL UNITY
  30. 30. MALAYSIAN FOOD
  31. 31. SATAY
  32. 32. My Sovereignty Malaysia,
  33. 33. My Sovereignty Malaysia, My Native Land.
  34. 34. REFERENCES: http://www.betterworld.net/quotes/diversity-quotes.htm Asmah, Hj. Omar, 2004. Encyclopedia of Malaysia: Languages and Literature. Kuala Lumpur: Edition of Dedier Millet. Mahathir Mohamad, “The Malay dilemma,” Singapore: Times Books International, 1970, pp. 146-150. Hamid, Ahmad Sarji Abdul., 1993. Malaysia’s Vision 2020: Understanding the Concept, Implications and Challenges. Kuala Lumpur: Pelanduk Publications.
  35. 35. SITI MALYANAH BINTI MOHAMED ESA 2011624352 BM111 5B BY :

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