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Malayan Race

 

(southern Asiatic race), branch of the Mongoloid race. The members of this race are short (155-63 cm), and dark-skinned, with somewhat thick lips, a broad nose, little facial hair, and, sometimes, epicanthic folds. Representatives of the Malayan race live in Southeast Asia.

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12) Thoburn and, we can assume, other missionaries too were familiar with Wallace's work, and their definition of Malaysia corresponded to his delimitation of the lands of the Malay race.
Keane (see Keraf 1996), an anthropologist argued that the mixing of two great nations that inhabit that moment in Indo-China, the Caucasus and the Mongol race that is eventually revealed the Malay race.
The learning journey should bring pupils to the major landmarks of kampong glam and other interesting places related to the history, culture and traditions of the malay race
According to The Star, a minister in the Prime Minister's Department Seri Nazri Aziz has said that rather than being assimilated into the Malay race, the community should be proud of its heritage.
The Malay race has become a race of stupid cowards and people who are cowards will die before even their deaths.
The reason for this is because Umno on the one hand makes a lot of noise about how they are the champions of the Malay race .
Yet this is not to say that Sultan Omar lacked long-term ambition as a leader of pan-Malay revival--however late, and under Peninsular influence, the concept of "Malayness" may have come to Brunei, and (we could add) however much it would depend for its effectiveness within Brunei on the initial assimilation of non-Muslims to the Brunei-Malay culture but also acceptance of a shared citizenship as "Bruneieans," rationalized as reflecting membership of "the Malay race.
We want to preserve the Malay race, the Malay language, culture and traditions,'' he said.
However, given current trends, it is likely that the Malay race will dominate not only politics, as it has in the past, but also commerce.
The Tasaday's physical features clearly mark them as members of the Malay race, as are most Filipinos, says linguist Carol Molony of Stanford University, who visited the tribe for 14 years on two occasions in 1972.
All these groups have been integrated into the Malay race.
Yassin said he was merely evaluating the position of the Malay race in society, and stressed there was no need for him to be apologetic.