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Topic: Malay Peninsula

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Malaysia alerts Indonesia on alarming impact of forest fires
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has sent an official letter to the Indon­esian government raising its concerns over the fires in Kali­mantan that are causing unhealthy air pollution...
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Indonesia says it's not to blame for Malaysian haze
JAKARTA (DPA) - Haze that has blanketed parts of Malaysia and forced the closure of schools came from forest fires in that country, and not from Indonesia, the government in Jakarta said on Wednesday ...
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62 years of memories
A time to remember the past, reflect on the present and think of the future As Malaysia looks to its 62nd anniversary from the day the Federation of Malaya became independent from the British Empire o...
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What is this thing called khat?
HOW much do people know about khat?
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Dong Zong, what's with the fear of khat?
LETTER | Jawi has been the main script of the Malay language in the Malay Peninsula and the Malay Archipelago for hundreds of years before the coming of the British.
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Haze chokes Miri, API readings remain hazardous
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — Air quality remained at unhealthy levels in two areas in Sarawak, with air pollutant index (API) readings in Miri reaching under the hazardous category.
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Haze in Malaysia: Air ‘hazardous’ in Miri, ‘unhealthy’ in Johan Setia
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 10 — The haze sweeping across Malaysia is at a hazardous level in Miri, Sarawak as at 1pm today.
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A destiny tied to China
YOU’VE got to hand it to the British because they are really the masters at the game. Anyone who has studied basic Malayan history would know that officials during colonial times merely identified themselves as advisers.
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Batek people are jungle experts
KOTA BARU: The indigenous Batek people, in the Negrito category, (oldest ethnic group on the Malay peninsula) found mostly in Kelantan, Terengganu and to a certain extent in Pahang since 100,000 years...
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Sarawak Pakatan moots Kuching to host national Malaysia Day 2019 celebration
KUCHING, June 8 ― The national level celebration to mark the anniversary of the country’s formation should be held here this year, Sarawak Pakatan Harapan (PH) Chong Chieng Jen said today.
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Kisah lanun diraja
Sekiranya membaca teks Melayu lama yang terhasil dari rahim istana seperti Sejarah Melayu, Hikayat Siak, atau Tuhfat al-Nafis, kita sulit menemukan kutukan terhadap kegiatan merompak di laut, atau pel...
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Rule of law or rule by decree?
LETTER | Respect comes from the admiration of someone or something as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
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Time to start listening to people, not just politicians
COMMENT | Long before the colonial British set foot in Malaya, the nature of politics on the Malay Peninsula was rather feudalistic, with sultans sitting atop the political hierarchy.
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Souring deals put China’s Belt and Road dreams under pressure
HONG KONG: Chinese President Xi Jinping already had plenty of reasons to rethink his grand plan to build railways, ports and other infrastructure across the globe.
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Malaysia, arguably, has the oldest Sultanate in the world
I MUST commend Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai for writing a couple of enlightening articles in his column, On The Beat , over the last two Sundays about the monarchy system in Malaysia.
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Evolution of a word: How ‘menteri’ became ‘mandarin’
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 13 — Guess what, the word “mandarin” — now commonly used to describe the Chinese language — has its roots in the Malay word “ menteri ”.
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