List Of Entries

This is the list of entries by our fellow bloggers:

1. Love Story On Malaysia
By Choonie
I am a Malaysian Chinese.
I always introduced myself as a Malaysian Chinese when I am among some non-Malaysian friends.
If not, they will think I am from China.
Many of them cannot understand that in Malaysia, we do have many races and one of the big three races in Malaysia is Chinese (read full post…)

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2. To Know Malaysia Is To Love Malaysia
By Suituapui
The love I have for my country
The love I have for my fellowmen
Together let us stand hand in hand
United and strong, as one people, one nation,
one Malaysia
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3. Love Story on Malaysia: Malacca Historic City
By Nux V
I have been scratching head, thinking of any uniqueness I could find on M’sia. Despite all the grumbles and hassles that is going around on the recent fuel price hike and the rising inflation, this beloved country does still have its own charm.

Recently, I went for a local trip, sort of a ‘makan trip’ to Malacca. There was this slogan, which goes by ‘Visiting Malacca, means visiting Malaysia’. Could be true, coz this historic state was recently being nominated for UNESCO heritage site, and it has centuries-long history with blended cultures. (read full post…)

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4. What I Love Most About Malaysia
By Amir Fuad
The one thing that I love most about Malaysia is definitely the multi-cultural experience.

I grew up in the Kuala Lumpur and attended a Catholic missionary school in the heart of the city which had a good ethnic mix of students. I was able to glimpse into the lives of kids from other ethnic backgrounds. I learned many things- that my Indian friends come from of many dialect groups (e.g. Tamilian, Ceylonese, Malayalee, Punjabi, etc), that my Chinese friends ate dinner “early” but will do supper before bedtime. I also learned that my Eurasian friends have humble backgrounds (the Melaka Christao are mostly fishermen). (read full post…)

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5. Malaysia – The New Villages
By Kervin Chong
If you take a look around and closely scrutinise your surrounding you are sure to find great places where you were never aware. I’ve always been fascinated with the new villages which according to your history books came about during the Communist insurrection as a result of the Brigg’s plan to relocate far flung settlements into a centralised area to prevent smuggling of aid and food to communists.
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6. Love Malaysia? Why Not?
By Maynard Keyne
The Mamaks all over the place is such a nice place to hang out and chill while sipping some Teh Ais with Roti Naan, watching a show on the huge screen with people from all walks of life, any time, any day. When bored or feeling a familiar stirring in my tummy, I’ll just call up a friend or two, whether it be at 10 p.m. or 1 a.m. and go off to any nearby Mamak. Talking through the night, sharing stories on life and times, is a memory I’ll always cherish. (read full post…)

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7. My Country, My Home, Malaysia
By Claire Tham
Loving Malaysia because she is my country and my home…. (read full post…)

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8. Malaysia, Why Do I Love Thee?
By Janet
I am not Malaysian but I am married to one and has been in Malaysia for 5 years and 7 months now. For this period of time, I have learned so much about Malaysia, its diverse cultures, food, festival and even “pantangs” or superstitious beliefs as you call it. Being here this long helped me learn and discover a lot of nice things about Malaysia and its people. And indeed I have fallen in love with Malaysia. So Malaysia, why do I love thee?

Let me count the ways… (read full post…)

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9. I LOVE MALAYSIA (Sabah to be precise :) )
By JerryInc
I love Malaysia because: This is the only country I’ve ever lived in, the different cultures and myriad of races…. (read full post…)

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10. I Love Malaysia
By My Bug Life
What do I love about Malaysia? A lot actually. But MBL would like to focus on my series of One Island Travel Stories which gives readers a glimpse into Malaysia (its lesser known little towns and local foods) and One Island (quite literally, there is indeed only one) as my favourite holiday destination.
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11. My Cravings for Bak Kut Teh
By Jam
Have you tried before curry flavored Bak Kut Teh? The flavor is so special that you cannot find anything similar anywhere in Malaysia! (read full post…)

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12. Why I Love Malaysia
By Mimi
Malaysia has cultural and religious harmony. Ya, ya, it sounds so trite by now, after reading and hearing about it all the time. But it’s not just hype. It’s the reality… (read full post…)

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13. Share Your Story: I Love Malaysia Contest
By C. J.
Water, air space, Pedra Branca, the competition, the Lee Kuan Yew vs Mahathir bad blood aside, I love Malaysia and the people of Malaysia.
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14. A Malaysian at Heart
By Melissa Hsu
My view of my homeland, Malaysia! (read full post…)

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15. I love Malaysia
By BobbyT
I have seen the outside world, I have stayed and visited other foreign countries and I have heard about other cultures as well. However, deep in my heart, I have no doubt in my heart that Malaysia is the country I love. Malaysia is unique in her own ways. (read full post…)

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16. Win A Book – 50+1 Malaysia
By HappySurfer
What warms me up when I think of this land I call home? Without a doubt, I like the freedom.(read full post…)

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17. Why I Love Malaysia
By MockingBird
I love Malaysia because it has a long North South Highway for driving on and dozing off on. North South Highway is much longer than Singapore’s Pan-Island Expressway where the speed limit is lower and there is risk of driving one’s Ferrari or Lamborghini off the island once the 4th gear is engaged…(read full post…)

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18. I Love Malaysia
By Wen Ting
I love Malaysia. You might be asking me why do I love my country, Malaysia? I was born in a beautiful island which has been very well known as The Pearl of the Orient. Yes, I was talking about Penang. (read full post…)

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19. Typical Malaysian Day
By Simon Seow
I was born, bred and live in Kuala Lumpur. The only ‘kampung’ (hometown) I know is PJ Old Town where my mum is from. As a typical Malaysian adult, I woke up in the morning getting ready for work. Once in my car I will switch on the radio and listen to my favourite show from 988, “Hello, Good Morning”. You get to know the latest headlines from the newspaper just by listening to this show… (read full post…)

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20. Malaysia 50+1
By Dak Rantau
Tempat jatuh lagi dikenang, inikan lagi tempat bermain
(The place you fall you never forget, what more the place you played)

How can we not forget the place we were born and brought up!(read full post…)

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21. Love Malaysian Food
By Gina Dizon
Should I visit Malaysia, I will look for satay, nasi remak, roti kanai and all those exotic delicacies I will indulge in.
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22. A Love Letter to Malaysia
By Lisa Chew
I love Malaysia because Malaysia never fails to celebrate its Merdeka day every year at 31 August where I get to see beautiful fireworks, and this year we are celebrating our 50+1 years together with my brother’s wedding (hehe). I love Malaysia for having beautiful beaches like Langkawi and Redang. And last but not least, I love Malaysia because we have many famous politic figures, sports figures and celebrity figures that are famous not only in Malaysia but internationally as well, such as Pak Lah, Michelle Yeoh (she looks very pretty in The Mummy), Nicol David, Lee Chong Wei and a few more lah.
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23. Malaysia Is Malaysia
By Hamizaton, Singapore.
Both my late parents came from Malaysia and they stucked here after Singapore and Malysia separated. Without fail during my childhood days our school holidays destination is Malaysian…Penang, Kedah, Perak, Pahang, Kuala Lumpur and Melaka. What I loves about Malaysia is the kampung house…atap and zinc, the “unique” toilet than I visited, the hanging of laundry at the yard, the chicken and goat running around, the atmosphere, the grenery (coconut tree every where) the food along the road, the community in the kampung (gotong-royong), bathing at the sungei and the friendly people of Malaysia.

I felt as though I am one of the Malaysian kid back than when I spent my holidays there. Some of my older relatives still do stays in kampung houses but slightly “modified”. Now, during school holidays its my turn bringing my children back to Malaysia, to re-live my memory and for them to experinced. Well, the younger generation now don’t know how to appreciate the old era. But they are curious and always ask why we cannot see this and that in Singapore like the buffolo on the road side and the non -tar road along the kampung, coconut trees everwhere, puller food seller along the road and chicken as “pet”. Well, I will answer, that’s is the UNIQUE OF MALAYSIA!!Modern in one way but still preserved the old for the legacy. I may not be a Malaysian but part of me still loves Malaysia like my home because 99% of my family tree are from Malysian. If they do not exist I may not be here!!
Thank you Malaysia for being unique in every way culture, religion and people.

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24. What I really love in Malaysia
By Rajeshwari
It’s all about the Food. ;)
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25. Love Malaysian Food
By Audrey Chooi
Malaysia… What can I say? My country, my home. Despite the recent developments in the country, I must say that Malaysia is still a beautiful country. A rich country.
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26. Eppie 51st Merdeka, Malaysia
By Annant
Malaysia is da country where i grow up in since one-month-old.that means im already living in Malaysia for a good 21 ++ years.have i ever tell u what i lurve about Malaysia?
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27. MY country, MY home
By Jeah Loong YEOH
I am proud and love to be a Malaysian.
One day, I want Malaysia to be proud of me.
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28. I Love Malaysia!!!
By Toh Yuan Huann
It’s our Independence Day! A blogger, QuaChee has been featured in few local newspapers for his 50+1 Malaysia Book’s launching. This is a great moment for all Malaysian. Never under estimate the spirit of Malaysia’s lover! Now is my turn to express my love to my country…
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29. Malaysia: I Will Always Love You!
By Christopher Lay
I know the moment I wake up, I could feel the warmth of the sun rays beating against my face. I could feel the sultry beams with my eyelids closed and the daybreak breeze caressing my face making me rather slothful. Not many places in this world lets you enjoy such privileges. It’s been so long and overdue since I wanted to write something about our roots-Malaysia.
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30. Things to see/eat/do before i die
By Dura
Why i love Malaysia at a first place??Easyy..

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Tell me where in the world we can eat together like family?? = Kopitiams, mamak stalls. Feel Hungry already!!!
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31. Declaring My Love For Old Malaysian Movies
By Kopi Soh
I grew up watching Siput Sarawak, P.Ramlee, S Roomai Noor, Ummi Kalthoum, Saloma, Aziz Sattar, Sarimah, S Shamsuddin, Normadiah, Ibrahim Pendek. Initially I had wanted to write about P. Ramlee films but decided not to, instead I have some of the lesser known movies that I absolutely LOVE and up till this day still etched in my memory.

Does anyone remember Latifah Omar as the good Bawang Merah, Umi Kalthom as the bad Bawang Putih, and Mustapha Maarof as the Prince? (read full post…)

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32. Malaysia: Places, People Food
By Kok Wei
When people ask me where am I from, I always answer them proudly, “Malaysia”. Although Malaysia is not really a huge country as compared to the other ASEAN or Asia countries, it’s a good place to stay or to visit.
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33. Belated Present
By Rileen Chua
Waterfall, island & beaches, beautiful airport, friends from different races and good food! (read full post…)

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34. Malaysia : It’s a Love Story
By Eudora
Being born and bred as a Malaysian, I have always been in love with my own country. As a child, I used to travel with my immediate family members around Malaysia, well to be precise, cover most parts of Sabah already. Personally speaking, I have always love the adventures and appreciate the lushes greenery that we are truly blessed with. Yes, I am a Sabahan who has spent most her entire life here. (read full post…)