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We gained our independence from British rule (which explains why we write British-English instead of American-English, huh?) on Aug 31, 1957.
In conjunction with our Golden Jubilee celebration, here’s some information on our country, along with a look at its respective Korean counterpart.
The stripes represent the equal status in the federation of the 13 member states and the Federal Government, as represented by the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur and Labuan. The 14 points of the star signify the unity of the 13 states of the federation with the Federal Government. The blue-red yin yang symbol stands for eternal duality from where all life derives its existence. Many varieties but the five-petaled Hibiscus rosa sinensis was chosen above the others because it is the most symbolically relevant.
The winter hanbok is stuffed with cotton and the trousers are tied with bands at the ankles to better insulate the body.
The summer hanbok is made of starched hemp cloth or ramie to maximise the diffusion of body heat. Malaysia does not have an official national dish but by default, the honour would have to go to nasi lemak.

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On the left: a boy in traditional attire, on the right the busy streets of Chinatown during Chinese New Year.
As usual, the festivities start weeks ahead of Chinese New Year, and continue some weeks after. Gorgeous gigantic lantern displays on Singapore’s Float at Marina Bay during the yearly River Hongbao. One year I find the celebrations more appealing than another year, but in  general River Hongbao, Chingay, the activities and shows at Kreta Ayer Square and the street light ups are my favorites. Note: the pictures in this post were taken in Singapore during Chinese New Year celebrations in previous years. Since 2009 I divide my time between Singapore and the Netherlands, while traveling Asia in the meantime.
It also stands for the purity and homogeneity of the Korean people as well as the white clothing traditionally worn by commoners.

This category is a headache for Malaysia as there are so many ethnicities represented in our country! The official dates in Singapore this year are february 19 and 20; the beginning of the Year of the Goat. With these dances, evil spirits are sent away, and fortune and happiness are welcomed into the new year. If you don’t already know, Malaysia is one of the most ethnically and religiously diverse nations in the world today. The world’s major religions, as well as major Asian ethnic groups, are represented in our country.

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