Malaysia is a country which has different races of different skin colour, religious views, tradition and culture. However, it is all seems peaceful in this multiracial condition because it is hardly any racial disputes happening. Yet it was not all good if we look back in the olden days. What we have today is a blessing and a fruit of wisdom of our forefathers who see the importance of social integrity to realise the dream of a peaceful, modern and liberal country.
In the past of 55 years, Malaysia hasn’t change abit much. The people are still so graceful and demure. Besides, the warm, sunny weather cloaked the people for these past 5 decades. Nonetheless on the outer facade we have totally transformed into a global image of modernisation and boasts mega structures along with advance infrastructures such as Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) and Putrajaya After 55 years of hardwork and determination, Malaysian even has its own car production, Proton. Furthermore, this enterprise is so successful that it even bought over Lotus, a British sports car brand. We have fully free from the Colonial powers and now show who is the leader in the global community.
Malaysia’s economy has been grow consistently and the political arena is getting more matured and cultured. If compare to 55 years ago, there were only hooligans that know of pleasing the British Officers or contented with the exploitation of the outside influence. Nowadays, Malaysians have been more educated and know of their rights and will do anything to defend the country’s name. This is a huge step towards becoming a developed country. As a conclusion, we hope that our country will be remain peaceful and become a more better in the future.
Malaysians, being of different races, can be seen on the streets in their various costumes, adding color to the scene. The warm, sunny and wet climate throughout the year makes Malaysia a tropical paradise. Visitors admire the green forested hills, the golden beaches with graceful coconut palms fringing them, the blue sea and, of course, the local cuisine. Foreign tourists find these places ideal for a holiday, as they get away from their cold countries.
Besides, Malaysia's cool hill-resorts like Cameron Highlands, Fraser's Hill and Genting Highlands make the day pleasant and refreshing, away from the hot lowlands.
Lastly, Malaysia is a rich country, famous the world over for its tin, rubber and palm oil exports. Kuala Lumpur, the capital city, is the largest in Malaysia, with many modern buildings. The international airport at Subang is always busy. I am proud of my country which I love dearly.