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THE SEAWEED INDUSTRY IN SABAH, EAST MALAYSIA
Seaweed cultivation was introduced in Sabah since 1978 and has increasingly become an economically important natural resource for Malaysia, particularly for Sabah. It was known to have wideExpand
Encyclopedia of Malaysia
Since Birth Till Death, What is Their Status: A Case Study of the Sea Bajau in Pulau Mabul, Semporna.
Sabah is known as the land below the wind and has gained independence through the formation of Federation of Malaysia in 1963. Although it has gained independence for 47 years (1963-2010), there isExpand
Labor Market Consideration as Course Selection Criteria among First Year Students in a Faculty in a Malaysian University
This paper aims to identify factors that are considered by the first year undergraduate students from Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), University of Malaya  in course selection process inExpand
The Problems of Traditional Fishermen in Peninsular Malaysia: Solutions without an End (MASALAH NELAYAN TRADISIONAL DI SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA: PENYELESAIAN TANPA KESUDAHAN)
This paper aims to discuss the problems in fishing faced by traditional fishermen in Peninsular Malaysia and further debate on the actions taken in overcoming the problem. The discussion covers theExpand
Islamic Civilization in The Malay World
THE RELATIONSHIP OF MARINE COASTAL ECOSYSTEM AND RIVER ESTUARIES WITH THE SOCIOECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF FISHERMEN IN BRUNEI BAY AND PADAS BAY, SABAH: A SURVEY
Brunei Bay, with an area of about 3,000 square kilometres and billowed by the South China Sea, is rich in various flora and fauna and important to the fishing community living in the coastal area andExpand
Tourism Industry in Brunei Darussalam: Between Hope and Reality
THE SULU SEA (1750-1990): THE REGIONALIZATION OF NATIONAL HISTORIES
This essay raises more questions than it can hope to answer. There is a great tendency for Departments of History in national universities of the region to over concentrate on the teaching of historyExpand
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN BIMP-EAGA REGION: STRENGTHS OF MALAYSIA-EAGA INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING
Investment in human capital is vital for economic development of a nation. It also contributes towards human resource development. Human resource development is one of the key areas targeted underExpand
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