Malayu has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'WikiSabah' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Malayu had the highest popularity figure in February last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] and his wife Ellen. He completed his schooling in Scotland and then served in the British Army in Malaya and Singapore from 1946 to 1948. He worked as a jobbing moulder, in Australia in 1955. He was [...]
[...] populated state in Malaysia and viewed as underdeveloped by those almost 400 miles away on the Malaya peninsula. Chin postulated that relevant officials have gone along with this for need of teachers. [...]
[...] led the Indian National Army, formed from Indian prisoners-of-war and plantation workers from Malaya, Singapore and other parts of Southeast Asia, against British forces. With Japanese monetary, [...]
[...] . Those keen to do research on the Triad societies (Kongsi Gelap or Dark Partnerships) in Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak can get police papers on these. Most of the gangs have numbers like 04, 08, [...]
[...] , during the Attlee government, resulted in the super-exploitation of our African colonies and Malaya reached its dénouement in the Blair doctrine of liberal interventionism in Iraq and Afghanistan. [...]
[...] the RM730 million 2016 federal budget for flood mitigation covered mostly flood mitigation in Malaya with little priority for Sabah. Apparently, the Federal Housing Ministry has another RM9 billion [...]
[...] as a blanket of silence descended on the alarming news of the concurrent Japanese invasion of Malaya. That silence has remained in place pretty well ever since and, with it, the mutual dependence of [...]
[...] Print Feature, Aris Ilagan, also from TGP, got the Automotive Column award, Steven Edward Yu of Malaya for Smart Technology Feature story, Forbes Philippines’ Paul John Cana for his Automotive [...]
[...] a citizen and the younger, so-called stateless. So crass was the idea that the Federation of Malaya Agreement of January 1948 did not venture into denial of citizenship; but more recent immigrants [...]