Malaysia

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Introduction

Malaysia is a Federal Constitutional Monarchy.It has 13 states and 3 federal territories.It has the total landmass of 329,847 square kilometers.Land boarders share with Thailand, Indonesia, and Brunei. During the late 18 and 19 centuries; Great Britain established colonies in the area of Malaysia.These were occupied in Japan by 1942 to 1945.

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Geography of Malaysia

Malaysia's geography

Geography of Malaysia deals with physical and human geography of Malaysia, a small
country located in the Southeast of asia. There are two parts to this country, one in called
Peninsular Malaysia to the West and to the East, East Malaysia. Its coordinates are 2 30 N, 112 30 E. Over the summer, it gets really hot.

People and Culture

People and Culture

Malaysia's culture draws on the varies cultures of different people in Malaysia.The first people to live in the area were indigenous tribes that still remain; that were followed by the Malay's.


Arts and music of Malaysia have a long tradition in Malaysia. Art was carried around field such as

carving, silversmithing, and weaving.


Malaysian's music were based on percussion instruments. Malaysian's music has a variety of orgins.

Government

Govenment

Any registered voter over the age of 21 can vote in a Malaysian Election. You have to be 18 or older to be elected as president of Malaysia. People have to be citizens of Malaysia in order to be elected as president.


Man and woman have the rights to vote when 21 or older. Malaysian education system is primary school, secondary school, and post-secondary school. Matters regarding tertiary education.


The law of Malaysia is mainly based on the common law legal system. This was a direct result of the colonization of Malaya.The laws of Malaysia can be divided into two types of laws—written law and unwritten law.

Ecomomy

Economy

Malaysia is the worlds leaders in exporting rubber and palm oil. Large amounts of wood are exported to.


Malaysia is rich in minerals such as tin, iron ore,copper and bauxite as well as in oil and natural gas. Factory workers make high technology and consumer goods.


Malaysia's ports and important centers of trade.