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When I first came to Malaysia I was at a crossroads in my life; a dusty crossroads in Southern India to be precise. One road was a dead end. I knew this having travelled it as far as I could go. Another road led to a partially burned bridge. On the opposite bank lay a place where my younger self had been relatively content. Another road led back to Ireland , but I had spent my entire adult life in self-imposed exile, and a retreat seemed like admitting defeat.
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Malaysia's Chinese Culture Photo:. Malaysian society is mainly composed of people aligning themselves with either Malay culture, Chinese culture, Indian culture or Eurasian culture. Most Chinese Malaysian live in the urban areas on the west coast of the country. The first Chinese settlers arrived in Malaysia in the early 15th century and mostly came from the Fujian Province. The next major influx occurred when Malaysia was colonized by the British in the late19th and early 20th centuries for its tin reserves and soil, which was found to be conducive to growing rubber trees.
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The great majority of this group descend from Southern Chinese immigrants who arrived between the early 19th century and the midth century, and now form the second largest community of Overseas Chinese in the world, after Thai Chinese. Within Malaysia, they represent the second largest ethnic group after the Malay majority. Malaysian Chinese are traditionally dominant in the business sector of the Malaysian economy. Most of the Chinese in Malaysia are of Min e. Culturally, most Malaysian Chinese have maintained their Chinese heritage, including their various dialects, although the descendants of the earliest Chinese migrants who arrived from the 13th to 17th centuries have assimilated aspects of the Malay or indigenous cultures, where they form a distinct sub-ethnic group known as the Peranakans in Kelantan and Terengganu , Baba-Nyonya in Malacca and Penang as well the Sino-Natives in Sabah.
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