By writing this blog I hope to bring you not only the culture of Sri Lanka but also the culture of different countries in Asia. I know that talking only about the culture of Sri Lanka diminishes the taste of this blog. That is why I am talking to you today about Malaysia, one of the most beautiful countries in Asia.
Malaysia is experiencing rapid growth as a government interested in diversification develops a faster economy, says “Penlopren Tower” Malaysia’s economy thrives on intelligent governance The development of the tourism, So,
manufacturing and service industries in the 1980s and 1990s focused on the diversification of raw material exports, including timber, petroleum, rubber, iron ore and natural gas.
The Malaysian Federation, formerly Britain’s Defense and Colonial Series, was established in 1948 and became independent in 1957. So, Malaysia was created in 1963 with Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak. Although Singapore left in 1965, it is largely based on the Malay Peninsula, which includes one-third of the island of Borneo and borders Thailand, Indonesia and “Bena Nai”. A tropical climate causes monsoon rains and floods and landslides.
The Malay ethnic group makes up only half of the population. The country is one of the largest Chinese communities in the world with 24% of the population and has an unequal percentage of education and business classes. So, Of the rest, 11% are indigenous, 7% Indian and 8% other ethnic. So, the provisional language is Malaysian but English, Tamil, Punjabi and Thai are also widely spoken along with Cantonese, Mandarin and other Chinese dialects.
Prime Minister Mohammed “Najib bin Abdul Razak’s” goal is to bring the country to a higher income level by 2020 based on a strong foundation of service created over the past 30 years. So, the focus is on everything from manufacturing to finance and advanced technology. So, there is an emphasis on reducing the economy’s dependence on exports, which will reduce the country’s global downturn as well as the government’s dependence on oil producers.
The head of state, a constitutional monarchy, is Yang “Di-Pertuan Agong,” also known as King. One of the nine sultans of the non-traditional Malaysian Peninsula holds the office for five years. So, the current leader of the Islamic religion is Sultan Abdul Halim of Kedah.
So, The country is governed by a two-house government headed by the Prime Minister, with a legal system based on the common law of the United Kingdom. The prime minister is a member of the lower house who wants a majority.
ICAEW works with Malaysian universities and AMPLOEs to provide ACA qualifications. More than 500 ICAEW students receive ACA and CFAB in Malaysia today. ICAEW also works with Talent Corps. Helping Malaysian employers connect with pre- and post-ACA qualified candidates and address intrinsic brain drain. So, Knowledge sharing events, awareness and policy discussions are part of an ongoing program to support ICAEW members and the country’s accounting profession.
People, Culture & Language
The diversity of unity
“Malaysia is really Asia” is more than just an atmosphere. It reflects exactly who the Malaysians are. Yes, Malaysia is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-lingual nation where people of different races and religions live together. At one point you can find a temple and a temple near a church.
So, the next moment, you will find Malay, Chinese, Indian and Eurasian cuisine in the same restaurant. Malaysians are humble, tolerant and friendly and most importantly respect each other regardless of race, ethnicity or background. It is this true Malaysian value that binds them together.
Malaysians are made up of Chinese, Indians, and aborigines such as the Iban and Kadasan, as well as Malays, a majority ethnic group, and later minorities, the Peranakan and Eurasians. So, the culture of Malaysia is an amalgamation of many trades that have been distributed for generations. All ethnic groups still follow their own culture and traditions, and at the same time, but some customs and traditions have become more colorful and enriched by intermarriage and other cultures.
For example, a Chinese man wearing a Malay dress (baju kurung) or a Malay meal with chopsticks or an Indian-speaking Chinese hockey dialect may surprise tourists. The experience of singing a Bollywood song of Portuguese Eurasian and Chinese origin is also very interesting. But Religious traditions often coincide with modern technological advances. The cities, the rushing rivers, the skyscrapers, the modern office buildings, reflect the relentless leap into the future with the massive developments in Malaysia, and centuries-old temples, churches and kovils are still preserved, including ancient monuments and landmarks.
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Welcome to Colorful Festivals and Warm Tourists
Malaysians are generally kind, humble and humble at festive occasions. Tourists are invited to attend open houses during the Chinese Harry Raya Idil Fitri (Eid Yui-Fitr) season. New Year, Deepavali, Christmas, San Festival Pedro, Gawai Festival, Kamathan Festival and more.
But There are also large-scale (national and state-level) open houses where tourists can dine on a variety of food and beverages as well as colorful cultural events. So, multi-language, multi-attraction The official language of Malaysia is called Malay or Basa Malaysia. Although Malay is the official language, English 1, so which is widely spoken along with other languages such as Mandarin, Tamil, Iban and Dusunik, is also spoken by the respective communities.
The influence of one language on another has even created a unique Creole language -“Manglish” or Malaysian English. So, don’t be surprised to hear words like “Gostan” meaning “goson” or “slowly turn back” when Malaysians park their cars. In other words, Malaysia is a country of outstanding diversity and diversity that makes the country colorful and attractive to tourists.
Malaysia covers a total area of 329,847 square kilometers set aside by southern China Peninsular Malaysia and eastern Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) are two seas. So, Malaysia consists of thirteen provinces and three federal territories (Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan).
Malaysia 1 is a federal constitutional monarchy headed by Yang Di-Pertuan, commonly known as the King. So, the government at the time was the Barisan Nasional (Jathika Peramuna Alliance), a 13-party party led by the United Malay National Organization (UMNO). Kwala Lampur is the capital of Malaysia and Putrajaya is the heart of the federal government.
Malaysia’s population is represent by the multi – ethnic communities in this country. The Department of Statistics has reported the population of Malaysia by Malaysia. So, It was estimate at 29,620,200 in April 2013. Of these, Bumiputera, including Mais, accounted for 62.3%, Chinese 22%, Indians 6.7%, other nationalities (citizens) 0.9% and non-citizens 8.1%.
Climate and weather
Malaysia has a tropical climate and the weeds are warm and sunny. The average daily temperature during the day is around 32 C (90 F). At night it is around 24C (75 ° F). Annual rainfall varies from 2,000 to 2,500 mm.
Malaysia has a newly industrialized market economy that is relatively open and state-oriented. In 2012, Malaysia’s economy was the third largest in Southeast Asia, growing at 5.1 percent of GDP. Malaysia is a leading exporter of electrical equipment, electronics and accessories, palm oil, petroleum and natural gas. Malaysia 1s is also externally competitive and in 2013 was ranked 12th out of 135 economies by the World Bank. (Business Report 2013). Malaysia’s tourism sector contributed Rs. 47 billion to GDP (GNI) in 2012 and will be a major pillar in the prospect of becoming a high-income country by 2020. The industry achieved remarkable growth and became one of the fastest growing economies in the country. Tourist arrivals contributed Rs. 60.6 billion and tourist arrivals in 2012 were 25.03 million.
Author:- Malindu Malaka
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