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UNIVERSITY OF CARABOBO SCHOOL OF EDUCATION MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARMENT ENGLISH PRACTICE I

UNIVERSITY OF CARABOBOSCHOOL OF EDUCATIONMODERN LANGUAGES DEPARMENTENGLISH PRACTICE I

MALAYSIABECERRIT EDUARDOPREZ HELENSNCHEZ KORINA

SECTION 72

PRESENTATION PERFORMED BYSHARIFAH AMANIAMIRA HAMITMAHATIR BIN MOHAMED

CONTENTS

COUNTRY DATA

NATIONAL EMBLEMSFLAG OF MALAYSIA:

Jalur Gemilang(Stripes of Glory).14 stripes.Bluecantonbearing acrescent and a 14-point starknown as the Bintang Persekutuan(Federal Star).

NATIONAL EMBLEMS

COAT OF ARMS: JATA NEGARAShield: Five krises, a Pinang palm, the Penang Bridge, the colours of the Federated Malay States,a Malacca tree , the state arms of Sabah and Sarawak and a hibiscus.Two tigers.A crescent and a 14 point star.Motto o banner.

Lyrics:Negaraku, tanah tumpahnya darahku,Rakyat hidup, bersatu dan maju,Rahmat Bahagia, Tuhan kurniakan,Raja kita, selamat bertakhta.Rahmat Bahagia, Tuhan kurniakan,Raja kita, selamat bertakhta.

NATIONAL ANTHEM: NEGARAKU

LOCATIONMap of Asia

BORDERS

BORDERS:

South China Sea, South of Vietnam.Brunei,Indonesia.

AREAMalaysia: 329,847 km2or 127,355sqmi

WEST MALAYSIA EAST MALAYSIA FEDERAL TERRITORY

STATESJohor, Kedah, Kelantan, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Pulau Pinang, Sabah, Sarawak, Selangor, TerengganuFederal territories: Kuala Lumpur, Labuan, and PutrajayaMalaysia is afederationof 13 states and three federal territories.

CAPITAL CITY

KUALA LUMPUR

Area: 243km2.Population: 1.6 million (2011)

PUTRAJAYA

Federal Administrative Capital, is the seat of the Malaysian Government.Photo: //maps.google.com

MAIN CITIESCity nameStateCity nameStateKuala LumpurFederal TerritoryMalacca CityMalaccaJohor BahruJohorKota BahruKelantanKajangSelangorKota KinabaluSabahIpohPerakKuantanPahangKlangSelangorSungai PetaniKedahSubang JayaSelangorBatu PahatJohorKuchingSarawakTawauSabahPetaling JayaSelangorSandakanSabahSerembanNegeri SembilamAlor SetarKedahGeorgetownPenangKuala TerengganuTerengganu

Sourced by: Malaysian Census 2010

GOVERNMENTParliamentary Democracy with a constitutional monarch. His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, as the Supreme Head of the country.The supreme law is the Federal Constitution.Executive, Judicial and Legislative authorities.

YANG DI-PERTUAN AGONGThe Yang di-Pertuan Agong is the Supreme Head of State as provided by the Constitution. The full title for His Majesty isSeri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

Yang Di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah

EXECUTIVE AUTHORITYIs the authority to rule.Is vested in the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Can be exercised by a Cabinet of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister.Every executive action is channelled to the Kings royal authority.The Prime Minister is the Chief Executive.

LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITYThe power to make laws.At the Federal level is vested in the Parliament, which comprises the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the Senate and the House of Representatives. At the State level, the power is vested in the respective State legislature.

JUDICIAL AUTHORITYThis power is vested in the Superior Courts and Subordinate Courts.The Head of the Judiciary is the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Malaysia. The Federal Court determine the validity of any law made by Parliament or by a State legislature.

CURRENCY SYSTEM OF MALAYSIA

THE MALAYSIAN RINGGIT (MYR). 100 sen = 1 MYRBills: 1, 2, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500.Coins: 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 sen, and 1. Ringgit: jagged.

BANK NEGARA MALAYSIACentral Bank of Malaysia. January 26, 1959.Located inKuala Lumpur.

MALAYSIA NATURAL RESOURCES

MAJOR ECONOMIC ACTIVITIESManufacturingAgriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Construction Mining and Quarrying UtilitiesWholesale, Retail Trade and Repair of VehiclesAccommodation and Food ServicesTransportation & Storage TourismBanking and finance.Trade: exportation and importation.

POPULATIONPopulation: 29,179,952 (July 2011 est.)

WHO ARE MALAYSIANS?

LANGUAGESBahasa Melayu (official)EnglishChinese dialects (Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, Hakka, Hainan, Foochow)TamilTeluguMalayalam Panjabi ThaiIndigenous languages: Iban and Kadazan

RELIGION

Islam (61.3%)

Buddhism (19.8%)

Christianity (9.2%)

Hinduism (6.3%) Other religions: Sikhism, Animism, Jews and Datuk Keramat (3.4%).

Article 3 of theConstitution of Malaysia: The religion of the Federation.Sunni Islam.Sharia law.ISLAM

Masjid Negara, the national mosque of Malaysia

RUKUNEGARAMalaysias national ideology.Guideline in the countrys nation-building efforts. Was proclaimed on August 31, 1970 by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong IV.

PRINCIPLES OF RUKUNEGARABelief in God,Loyalty to King and Country,Upholding the Constitution,Sovereignty of the Law, andGood Behaviour and Morality.

Years compulsory: 6.

Literacy: 88.7% (2010 est.)EDUCATION

EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

Universal healthcaresystem.Private and public sectors.HEALTH

The network of roadshas high quality. The mainmodes of transportinclude:

TRANSPORT IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

ThePan Borneo Highwayconnects Sabah Sarawak - Brunei.Is connected to Peninsular Malaysia by air transport.Major airports in East Malaysia includesKuching International. AirportandKota Kinabalu International Airport.The rural areas in Borneo can only be accessible by air or by rivers. TRANSPORT INEAST MALAYSIA

TRADITIONAL CLOTHESFor women: The baju Kurung

TRADITIONAL CLOTHESFor men: The Baju Melayu

TRADITIONAL FOODSTAPLE FOOD:RiceNoodlesBreadMeatSeafoodVegetablesFruits

MALAYSIAN DISHESNasi Lemak:Coconut-flavored RiceMealBeef Rendang:Malay Spiced Coconut BeefSambal Udang:Spicy PrawnsAyam Masak Merah:Red-Cooked ChickenLaksa:Noodles in Tangy Fish SoupIkan Bakar:BBQ Fish- orIkan PanggangIkan Pari Bakar:BBQ Stingray or Skate WingsSambal Sotong:Spicy SquidSup Kambing:Mutton Soup

MALAYSIAN DISHES

NASI LEMAK

SAMBAL UDANG

TRADITIONAL MUSIC

MALASIAN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: GAMELAN, BONANG,GENDER, GENDANG, SARON, GONG, NAFIRI, AND GAMBUS.

TRADITIONAL DANCE

Malaysia Traditional Rhythm: Pantun Budi

The candle dance The Datun Julud The Joget

SILAT:MARTIALART OF MALAYSIA Malay cultures prize Silat as a self-defense system, a sport and a way of life; they see it as teaching moral as well as physical discipline.

SILAT:MARTIALART OF MALAYSIA

NATIONAL ANIMAL

The Malaysian tiger

NATIONAL FLOWER

The hibiscus (Rosa Sinensis), or as it is locally known theBunga Raya.

NATIONAL HOLIDAYSHOLIDAY20122013Chinese New Year23 JAN10 FEBProphet Muhammad's Birthday05FEB24 JANLabour Day01 MAY01 MAYWesak5 MAY25 MAYKings Birthday2 JUN1 JUNHari Raya Puasa19 & 20 AUG08 & 09 AUGIndependence or Merdeka Day31 AUG31 AUGMalaysia Day16 SEP16 SEP

NATIONAL HOLIDAYSHOLIDAY20122013Hari Raya Haji (Qurban)26 OCT15 OCTAwal Muharram (Islamic New Year) Ma'al Hijrah15 NOV5 NOVChristmas Day25 DEC25 DEC

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

TAMAN NEGARACAMERON HIGHLANDS

TOURIST ATTRACTIONSPULAU TIOMAN

MOUNT KINABALU

TOURIST ATTRACTIONSPETRONAS TWIN TOWERSLANGKAWI

TOURIST ATTRACTIONSPerhentian IslandsSepilok Rehabilition Centre

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Mulu Caves

TERIMA KASIH SEMUASILA DATANG LAGITHANK YOU AND SEE YOU SOON!