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How to Get a Job in Malaysia
Category : Careers & Job Searching
Getting a job in Malaysia can be challenging, especially if you are a foreigner with dreams of working abroad in this nation either physically or remotely. However, there are ways to become employed in certain fields, including technology, education and medicine. Steps toward reaching a goal include getting hired with the right company, gaining access to a work visa, or perhaps even taking a bigge

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Malaysia Air Safety
Category : Travel
Air travel in Malaysia follows the recommended safety requirements for any country with a civil air industry serving an international market. Malaysia Airlines, the official, flagship airline for Malaysia, is known as one of the safest airlines worldwide. Governing Agencies for SafetyAccording to the US State Department, Malaysia has developed their civilian airline infrastructure along the reg

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How to Buy Shares in Malaysia
Category : Personal Finance
Investing and trading publicly listed stocks in foreign countries presents the possibility to capitalize on an increasing number of opportunities outside the U.S. While investing in foreign stocks sometimes carries with it exposure to political, economic/currency and social risks, other avenues also exist to invest "ex-U.S." Malaysia, for example, is a strongly growing economy. Investing in Malay

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Tourism in KL Malaysia
Category : Travel
As well as being a major international business hub, Kuala Lumpur attracts millions of tourists a year, with Euromonitor data placing it as one of the most visited cities on the planet. Alongside its dynamic commercial center, the Malaysian capital boasts a number of old and more modern tourist attractions, including markets, malls and museums. StatisticsHistoric and cutting-edge buildings stan

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How to Travel to Malaysia
Category : Travel
Malaysia is a small nation nestled between Indonesia and Thailand, with pockets on different land masses adjacent to the coast of the South China Sea in Southeast Asia. You can travel there by land from Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia, by sea from Indonesia, Brunei, the Philippines and Thailand or by air from a variety of other south Asian countries. Malaysia's official religion is Islam

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How to VoIP to Malaysia
Category : Computers
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) refers to methods for voice communications and multimedia sessions over the Internet. Using a computer or VoIP device like a VoIP phone, a user can make phone calls to a contact in Malaysia free or for cheap international rates, depending on the device on which the user in Malaysia is receiving the call.Difficulty:EasyInstructions SkypeDownload Skype. Visit t

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How Do You Call Malaysia From the USA?
Category : Travel
To initialize a call from one country to another, you must tell the telephone switch in some manner that you want the call to reach out of the country and state the country code. The switch interprets this differently for each part of the world. In USA, you must dial "011" before any international number to tell the switch that this call reaches outside the country. Sometimes, your phone has a plu

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Malaysia Labor Law
Category : Legal
Three major cornerstones of Malaysian labor law have been the Employment Act of 1955, the Trade Unions Act of 1959, and the Industrial Relations Act of 1967. Respectively, these laws aim to outline the minimum terms of employment, regulate union activity, and to regulate relations between employers and workers. Hours and WagesWork hours must not exceed eight hours a day, or 48 hours a week, acc

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DUI Penalties in Malaysia
Category : Culture & Society
Drinking and driving is a serious offense in the United States, but in the small southeast Asian country of Malaysia, alcohol laws take on a much more serious tone. Malaysian criminal law varies depending on which state the offense is committed in, as well as the religious affiliation of the offender. This is because, along with federal and state laws, Malaysia utilizes a dual-justice system that

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Gay Bars in Malaysia
Category : Travel
Malaysia is a predominantly Muslim country with a long history of political conservatism. Despite this, the country has an established gay scene that is most evident in its capital, Kuala Lumpur. Here, visitors can expect a variety of bars that are frequented and supported by the gay community. Blue BoyThe Blue Boy is a gay bar in Kuala Lumpur that has been running for more than two decades. Th

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