25-09-2007 – State Emblems / Lambang-Lambang Negeri

50sen (14), Sheet 50sen x 14 FDC (b) with all states cancellation State Emblems of Malaysia Emblem of Malaysia The National Emblem (Coat of Arms) of Malaysia consists of a shield guarded by two tigers that are traditional Malay symbols signifying strength and courage. On the top of the shield is a yellow crescent with…

13-12-2007 – KL Grand Prix

First conceptualized in 1998 to bring the very first top international equestrian event to Asia, the FEI 5 Star KL Grand Prix made its debut as an annual event in 2003 at Putra Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The only five-star international show jumping event in the Asia-Pacific region, the KL Grand Prix has…

04-09-2007 – Aga Khan Award For Architecture

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture was established in 1977 to encourage good building practices and enhance Islamic culture as expressed through architecture. Its method is to recognize examples of architectural excellence that encompass concerns as varied as contemporary design, social housing, community improvement and development, restoration, re-use and area conservation, and landscaping and environmental…

31-08-2007 – 50th Anniversary of Malaysia Independence

Sambutan Jubli Emas Kemerdekaan Malaysia 1957-2007 Today Malaysia is celebrating its 50th anniversary of independence from Great Britain, in the presence of dignitaries and leaders from across South East Asia. On the eve of the national holiday, Kuala Lumpur threw the spotlight on the economic success in the country, whose strength / underlined the premier…

07-07-2007 – Insects Series III / Serangga Siri III

One notable fact about insects is that they are the most diverse groups of animals on earth with the number of species ranging from two million to possibly four million, outnumbering the amount of all other animal species on earth, combined. In Malaysia alone, thousands of insect species exist and the diversity of the insect…

06-06-2007 – Clock Towers Series II / Menara Jam II

Many of Malaysia’s clock towers are of historical interest. They were built mainly during the heyday of the nation’s colonial past. Many became the most enduring aspects of the colonial municipal buildings of which they were part. Yet others were constructed as free-standing structures, often in commemoration of an important date or event, and usually…