It’s a Huge Wave sweeping Election 2018!

It’s a Huge Wave sweeping Election 2018!

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The citizen has spoken that they have it all enough for now. They are looking for a change and they want the government to change to help them create the new Malaysia that will help benefit the citizen and everyone! During the eve of 9th May, you can see there are the ocean of human flooding every school, not wanting to miss the opportunity to vote for their favorite representative. From three candidates, Barisan Nasional, PAS and Pakatan Harapan, I can see the opportunity is more towards Pakatan after witnessing successful meeting that they held throughout the country. In fact, their manifesto is quite enlightening and bring more opportunity to citizens in Malaysia. Although people are expecting challenges and chaos during the election day, everything going on pretty smooth and…
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Check Out These Canvas Printing Site At Print Century!

Check Out These Canvas Printing Site At Print Century!

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Print your identity. Print them with Print Century, the canvas printing site that you should check out right now! For them, they are offering us with the low-cost and cost-effective printing service in order to tailor your diverse printing need. You can have a cost-effective yet high-quality t-shirt printing with them to have the perfect custom designed t-shirts for yourself. If you are saying yes to the below questions, you should try Print Century for yourself now! Are you a person who loves making garments that stand out and make a statement? Do you only want to print a single piece but no printing company wants to do it for you? Does your print company tell you they can’t print complex photography or effects on your tee? Are you looking for…
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How Malaysia Begin To Soar At World Stage

How Malaysia Begin To Soar At World Stage

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Years ago, Malaysia has been the country where people from around the world recognize the talents that we have especially Tan Sri P.Ramlee and Puan Sri Saloma. Their extensive contribution to entertainment is considered huge enough to be recognized by people around the globe. Their songs are forever being listened and experts have been using their works as sources used for research when it comes to entertainment and art studies. After the lovable duo, in the 70s the talented singer from Pahang Sudirman becomes the most respected versatile artist in Asian when he was given a chance to perform at Royal Albert Hall and with is endearing voice, showmanship and talent, he recognized by the whole world and Malaysia once again become the country where the entertainment industry is being…
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Something You’ll Be Thankful For Wearing During Malaysian Weather

Something You’ll Be Thankful For Wearing During Malaysian Weather

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Hi all, Actually, I am just ranting about my friend who complained about how hot and damp that Malaysia can be sometimes. How that clothes would not get easily dried even you put it outside for the whole day. So there is a little thing that he needs to do when coming to Malaysia, it is choosing the right clothes to wear when coming to this country knowing that the weather changes a lot in here. As a proud Malaysian citizen, I also find it quite hard to keep up with the changing in weather here because when you think it is going to shine for the whole day, it will always rain suddenly in the middle of the day out of nowhere. When you think it is raining, it…
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Malaysian Sweets To Try

Malaysian Sweets To Try

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During Malaysia’s colonial occupation by the British, teatime are used to be a supremely important meal for the people, with scones, cakes and cookies all paraded in front of diners, making this one of the most colorful and anticipated meals of the day. Malaysian sweets are also widely introduced into the lineup and as time passed by and the country gained its independence, the tradition of teatime is still highly preserved and practiced. Here are ten of our favorites: AIS KACANG This brightly-colored dessert is rather very well known by a few names – one of the most popular of which is ABC (ais batu campur or mixed ice). It is basically made from shaved ice, with red rose, sarsi (sasparilla) or brown sugar syrup, sprinkled with corn kernels, red…
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What Types Of Clothes You Can Wear in Malaysia

What Types Of Clothes You Can Wear in Malaysia

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Malaysia is definitely sunny but the heat wave doesn’t last all day long. Daytime temperatures can rise above 30°C (86°F) and night time temperatures hardly fall below 20°C (68°F).Travelers can enjoy a beach holiday throughout the year. The country witnesses the south-west monsoon from May to September and the North-east monsoon from November to March. Malaysia has very rich culture and tradition. It is advisable to avoid clothes that reveal too much skin. Women can wear cotton pants and a blouse or tank top. For men light colored shirts and tee shirts are best to tackle the humidity. Clothes that dry easily would be a bonus because there might be occasional spells of rain when you least expect it. For hikers, choose boots over other shoes to ensure safety and…
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Why You Should Make Vacation Time A Priority This Year

Why You Should Make Vacation Time A Priority This Year

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In the time of economic crisis and currency falling downwards, this might not stop your chances to go traveling just to clear up all the stress you might be having. Christmas and New Year might be over but that will not stop you from planning this year’s vacation ahead since according to the calendar, this 2016 all the holiday will fall at very convenient period which you could take long leaves and enjoy your week away from the city. Drop off all your burden at home and try to clear off your mind by embarking on a journey of your lifetime. It will also bring back your motivation and refresh back your mind. You might make traveling as your New Year resolution but you keep dragging it and delaying it…
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5 Most Popular Animes That Ever Shown In Malaysia

5 Most Popular Animes That Ever Shown In Malaysia

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Everyone who has been living in Malaysia and spent their whole childhood in the 90s might be familiar with some of the most popular Japanese anime that have been shown on television throughout the years. From the sexy soldier Sailormoon to the latest phenomenon Pokemon, anime just can’t seem to grow old or get us bore. So let’s check back into the entire popular anime list that has made it to Malaysia and gain so many fans throughout their air time. I’m sure some of you might be one of these anime characters’ fans. Sailormoon Tis famous story tells the journey of a beautiful secondary student who is destined to become the sailor soldier that is sworn to fight against the evil that exists to threaten the world. Eventually the…
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Malaysia Very Own Central Park To Be Developed In Taman Tugu

Malaysia Very Own Central Park To Be Developed In Taman Tugu

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Another further development plan that has been put in place by our Prime Minister regarding the enhancement of our own Taman Tugu to become in the same standard as New York’s Central Park. The Taman Tugu is expected to become a sprawling urban rainforest park residing behind National Monument by 2018. The project which is going to cost over RM650 millions will be as iconic to the country in the way as New York’s Central Park has been to United States. The park is set to be populated with over 6000 trees over the vast 66 acres of land which will make it look quite as similar to the real forest. The concept is the combination between recreational and learning so expect to have the information center; camping site, canopy…
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6 Awesome Tourist Spots In Subang Jaya, Malaysia

6 Awesome Tourist Spots In Subang Jaya, Malaysia

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A holiday trip in Subang Jaya, Malaysia can really mean a lot of things. This suburban area, which is about 20 km away from the majorly famous Kuala Lumpur, has quite a fantastic array of attractions that make it among Malaysia’s most sought after tourist destinations. From culture points to recreational spots, from enriching tours to sports activities, there’s always something for you to see and do in this prosperous city. Read on to slowly discover the 5 best places that you want to visit in Subang Jaya: 1. SHAH ALAM BLUE MOSQUE This stunning glory, which features a combination of Malay and Modernist styles and designs, is rather best known for its large blue and silver dome. Apart from being a spiritual sanctuary, this mosque also serves as a…
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