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Malaysian Life

Malaya achieved its independence on 31 August 1957. Each year, the Independence Day or Hari Kermedekaan would be declared as a public holiday. We also celebrate Hari Malaysia which falls on 16 September each year as Sabah and Sarawak joined the Peninsular to form the Malaysia (on 16 September 1963) as we know today. Above [...]

Someone placed a sticker at a pedestrian crossing in a road in Penang: "Press Once Can Already" had triggered a debate because the wordings were grammatically incorrect: But the 4 words really conveyed the message effectively- possibly more effectively than a properly worded one could. I have often seen people keep pressing the button at [...]

Many Malaysian can converse in English- however, as visitors you may find it perplexing that there seems to be a number of vocabulary used that is not found in the English language. As Malaysians, we use local jargon or slangs - which is combined from the different cultural and diversity within Malaysia. Astro August cover [...]

The actual date for Cheng Meng falls on 4 April this year. As it is a Thursday,  for convenience so that most people would be able to make it, it would normally be held around weekends one month before or after the actual date. During this period, family members would visit graves of their departed [...]