Malayan Race

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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Rizal was a hero of the Malayan race and broader Indo-Pacific realm, thus the many Malaysians and Indonesians bearing his name.
The 'Portuguese region'--the Oecussi enclave included--corresponded to a Malayan race type.
"It is poignant in the sense that his death was a loss not only to the Filipino mason but also to the entire Malayan race. It is momentous because the shots in Bagumbayan [present-day Luneta or Rizal Park] went throughout the country and served as a motivating factor that the fight for freedom and democracy shall be continued till the end," he said at the Plaza Sugbu here yesterday on behalf of Mayor Tomas OsmeAaAaAeA~
Rizal is pride of the Malayan race, who was born on June 19, 1861, in Calamba, Laguna.
"Actually, Malaysia should have been in the position most suitable to help Indonesia, as we are of the same Malayan race," Shihab said, referring to the disastrous effects of the 1997 Asian financial crisis on Indonesia's economy.
Both belong to the Tagalog branch of the Malayan race, and might be the first ones among their people to step on Leitmeritz soil.
Despite the military might of the United Kingdom, fighting the Malayan Races Liberation Army (MRLA) in their territory stretched the British Army.
The Chinese reacted and launched a terrorist campaign led by the Communist-dominated Malayan Races Liberation Army against the British and the Malays.
`From a military point of view, 1952 was a year in which the jungle fight definitely turned against the Malayan Races Liberation Army (MRLA), as during it Government troops killed some 1,097 Communist insurgents.' The MRLA spent most of 1952 reorganising itself, and practising the instructions of the Politburo.
Dennis succinctly outlines the background to the campaign mounted by the Malayan Races Liberation Army, the Malayan Communist Party's guerrilla forces, which despite their name were 95 per cent Chinese in composition.
(2) The Chinese population, especially the squatters, became an easy target for Min Yuen, as a source of money, food, intelligence and recruits for the insurgent army, the Malayan Races Liberation Army (MRLA).
In fact, the Malayan Races' Liberation Army (MRLA), the military wing of the MCP, was a guerrilla force.