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Malaysia Culture Presentation

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Melinda Lien

on 8 November 2013

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Transcript of Malaysia Culture Presentation

Selamat Datang
- Malaysia was colonized by the Japanese during WWII,
- a growing nationalist movement prompted British to colonize Malaya
- Malaysia became independent on August 31, 1957
Brief Intro to Malaysia
A Multi-Cultural Society

Consist of many ethnic groups:
dominant group are the native Malays as well as large populations of Chinese, and Indians.

Each ethnicity retain their religions (Islamic, Buddhism, Christianity, and Hinduism), customs, and way of life.

Festivals of different ethnicity are celebrate together throughout the country (public holidays)

Despite the ethnic differences there are commonalities culturally speaking.
Dominant language: Malay (Bahasa Malaysia)

Tahun Baru Cina Hari Raya Aidilfitri Deepavali
(Chinese New Year) "festival of lights"
Traditional Dance
Kuda Kepang
a traditional dance brought to the state of Johor by Javanese immigrants. Dramatizing the tales of victorious Islamic holy wars, dancers sit astride mock horses moving to the hypnotic beats of a percussion ensemble usually consisting of drums, gongs and angklungs.

Silat
One of the oldest Malay traditions and a deadly martial art, Silat is also a danceable art form. With its flowery body movements, a Silat performance is spellbinding and intriguing.
Bamboo Dance
Two long bamboo poles are held horizontally above the ground at ankle-height. They are clapped together to a high-tempo drumbeat. Requiring great agility, dancers are required to jump over or between the poles without getting their feet caught.
Malaysian Food
Petronas Twin Tower & KL Tower, KL
TERIMA KASIH
(Thank You)
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