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greenbal.gif (917 bytes)Imperial Dynasties
greenbal.gif (917 bytes)Rulers since 27 BC
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greenbal.gif (917 bytes)History on Video
greenbal.gif (917 bytes)St. Michael's School

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Malaysia is one of the growing nations in South-East Asia.  Malaysia, with a population of 22 million, was formed in 1963, when Malaya joined the British colonies of Singapore, British North Borneo, and Sarawak.

Malaya, which gained independence from the British rule in 1957, comprised of 13 states. With Singapore broken away in 1965, Malaysia now has 15 states, 13 of which are those of former Malaya in the Malay Peninsula and two (Sabah and Sarawak) are in Borneo. Sabah, formerly known as British North Borneo, occupies the northern part of the island of Borneo, and Sarawak is on the west coast of Borneo.

Malays, Chinese and East Indians are the three main ethnic groups of Malaysia, with over half of the population being Malays, one-third being Chinese and 8% being East Indians.

Map of Malaysia

About Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Alarming Economical, Political and Social Problems in Malaysia:
Do you believe that in Malaysia an Amah (house-keeping servant)living in the 1970's earn more money than a University graduate today, 50 years after the country gained independence from Great Britain?

To find out more, click on the following link to watch the 10-minute video.
All Malaysians must watch this fact-packed video.
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)All About Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Chief of State & Cabinet Ministers of of Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Country Profile
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)History of Malaysia:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)60,0002,000 BCE: Prehistoric Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)18261946: Straits Settlements
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)1874-1946: British Malaya
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)18951946: Federated Malay States
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)1946-48: Malayan Union
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)19481963: Federation of Malaya
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)1963-present: Federation of Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)History of Malaysia - Wikipedia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Human Rights Practices
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Indigenous People of Malaysia

ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Malay Dictionary: Malay-English-Malay - free online lookup:
Freelang Dictionary

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ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Malaysia On Video
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Malaysian Chinese
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)National holidays
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Photo gallery of Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Spoken Languages in Malaysia
Do you know what the various minorities are in different parts of Malaysia and what languages do they speak? Click on the respective links under the following drop-menu to find out what languages are spoken in the states of East and West Malaysia:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Universities and Colleges of Malaysia
Do you know that there are 33 universities and colleges in Malaysia? Click on the above link to find out what and where they are.
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Weather
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)World Heritage Sites in Malaysia:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Gunung Mulu National Park
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Historic Cities of The Straits of Malacca
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Mt. Kinabalu National Park
News Media
greenbal.gif (1653 bytes)Asia Newspapers in Chinese Language:
greenbal.gif (1653 bytes)Malaysia Newspapers:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Other Asian and Pacific Countries:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Singapore Newspapers:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Radio Australia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Worldwide radio

The State of Sabah, Malaysia
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)History of Sabah
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu City Centre

Sandakan City Centre

ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Sandakan, Sabah:
Located on the east coast of Sabah, Sandakan is the jumping off point for eco-tourism destinations such as the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary and the Gomantong Cave. Sandakan is also infamous for the Death Marches of Allied Prisoners of War from Sandakan to Ranau during the Japanese Occupation, 1942-45.
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Sandakan: A 3-part video show on YouTube
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Sandakan: Gateway to Borneo Wildlife
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Sandakan: History and Developments
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)St. Michael's Secondary School, Sandakan, Sabah:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)St. Michael's Secondary School - History and Developments (1888-2007)
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)St. Michael's School's former teachers and students: Photo Album
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)St. Michael's School's 119th Anniversary Celebration: Photo Gallery
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)World War II:
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Battle of Borneo (1941-42)
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Death Marches from Sandakan to Ranau, 1942-45
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Japanese Occupation of Malaya, North Borneo, and Sarawak
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Sandakan Death March to Ranau
ball1.gif (1653 bytes)Three Came Home (1950): The Movie on YouTube
The story is one of woman's confinement in a WW II Japanese prison camp.
This is a true story of Agnes Newton Keith's imprisonment in several Japanese prisoner-of-war camps from 1941 to the end of WWII. Separated from her husband and with a young son to care for she has many difficulties to face.

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greenbal.gif (917 bytes)Electronic dictionaries and voice translators for 45 languages
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