SELAMAT DATANG DI BLOG MALAYCELAKA, CELAKALAH ORANG - ORANG MALAYSIA YANG TELAH MENYIKSA TKI INDONESIA, DAN SEGALA AKSI TINDAKAN BODOH NYA TERHADAP BANGSA INDONESIA.PENULIS TIDAK SEDANG BERPERANG, TAPI PENULIS SEDANG MENYENTIL LEWAT TULISAN.

MALINGSIA ibarat VIRUS, dia telah menggerogoti wilayah kita indonesia. blog dan web yang menghina kesatuan indonesia kini bertebaran di dunia maya. itu bukan penghormatan, melainkan penghinaan besar terhadap negara kita indonesia. apa kesan anda setelah membaca dan melihat semua itu? pasti sakit, kecewa, dan terasa terinjak - injak harga diri kita. apa lagi saudara kita yang pernah tersiksa di sana, sudah pasti menimbulkan luka yang sangat dalam. apakah kita cuma tinggal diam melihat semua itu? sudah barang tentu tidak!!!untuk itu sudah saatnya kita bangkit, sudah saatnya kita sadar, sudah saatnya kita peduli terhadap bangsa kita sendiri yaitu indonesia. kalo bukan kita, siapa lagi? mari kita perangi bersama untuk malingsia yang suka menghina dan menyakiti saudara kita. !

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 7:42 PM
Malaysia crabby over right to 'hijacked' recipes

The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Thu, 09/17/2009 6:37 PM

Malaysia is starting a food fight with other countries to win bragging rights for producing some of Southeast Asia's most beloved recipes, including chili crabs and coconut cream rice, a news report said Thursday.

"We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food," The Star newspaper quoted Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen as saying while launching a campaign to promote the country's cuisine.

The ministry is identifying signature recipes that it will declare as Malaysian, Ng said. She did not reveal how the government might counter others who claim ownership of those dishes, but added that details of its strategy will be announced later.

"Chili crab is Malaysian. Hainanese chicken rice is Malaysian. We have to lay claim to our food," Ng said. She mentioned other favorites such as "nasi lemak," which is rice soaked with coconut cream, "laksa," a spicy noodle soup, and "bak kut teh," an ethnic Chinese pork rib stew.

Tourism ministry officials familiar with the campaign could not immediately be contacted.

Variations of the dishes Ng listed are available in several other Asian nations, particularly Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand and China.

Some creations, such as chicken rice, were introduced to Malaysia and Singapore by ethnic Chinese workers who settled here after leaving China a century ago.

Chili crab - a recipe of crabs stir-fried in tomato and chili-based sauces - could become a bone of contention. It is often associated with Singapore and is considered the city-state's unofficial national dish.

Malaysia was recently embroiled in another cultural spat with a neighbor.

Indonesians held protests earlier this month accusing Malaysia of stealing a Balinese dance for a TV promotional campaign about Malaysia. It later turned out that Malaysia had nothing to do with the video, which had mistakenly described the dance as Malaysian. The video was broadcast on the Discovery Channel cable network, which apologized for the mistake.


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WongJowoMalaysia mengatakan...

Most of the Malaysians says that the idea was a stupid thing.Who cares about the food..? It owns by everyone..there's a lot of issue that we should think about.

This minister trying to be like Indonesian who is so afraid about other people stealing their culture which is we dont want to have it too.

For your information,our prime minister itself ignore the issue.So get a life buddy. :)

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 7:42 PM
Malaysia crabby over right to 'hijacked' recipes

The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Thu, 09/17/2009 6:37 PM

Malaysia is starting a food fight with other countries to win bragging rights for producing some of Southeast Asia's most beloved recipes, including chili crabs and coconut cream rice, a news report said Thursday.

"We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food," The Star newspaper quoted Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen as saying while launching a campaign to promote the country's cuisine.

The ministry is identifying signature recipes that it will declare as Malaysian, Ng said. She did not reveal how the government might counter others who claim ownership of those dishes, but added that details of its strategy will be announced later.

"Chili crab is Malaysian. Hainanese chicken rice is Malaysian. We have to lay claim to our food," Ng said. She mentioned other favorites such as "nasi lemak," which is rice soaked with coconut cream, "laksa," a spicy noodle soup, and "bak kut teh," an ethnic Chinese pork rib stew.

Tourism ministry officials familiar with the campaign could not immediately be contacted.

Variations of the dishes Ng listed are available in several other Asian nations, particularly Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand and China.

Some creations, such as chicken rice, were introduced to Malaysia and Singapore by ethnic Chinese workers who settled here after leaving China a century ago.

Chili crab - a recipe of crabs stir-fried in tomato and chili-based sauces - could become a bone of contention. It is often associated with Singapore and is considered the city-state's unofficial national dish.

Malaysia was recently embroiled in another cultural spat with a neighbor.

Indonesians held protests earlier this month accusing Malaysia of stealing a Balinese dance for a TV promotional campaign about Malaysia. It later turned out that Malaysia had nothing to do with the video, which had mistakenly described the dance as Malaysian. The video was broadcast on the Discovery Channel cable network, which apologized for the mistake.


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WongJowoMalaysia mengatakan...

I don't think so that China will burn Malaysia or Singapore flag about this issue.Also there's a lot of things that Singapore claim as theirs..but we're okay with that.

And the president of China will just smile about this stupid claiming issue.

We're not Indonesian.Thanks.

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 7:42 PM
Malaysia crabby over right to 'hijacked' recipes

The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Thu, 09/17/2009 6:37 PM

Malaysia is starting a food fight with other countries to win bragging rights for producing some of Southeast Asia's most beloved recipes, including chili crabs and coconut cream rice, a news report said Thursday.

"We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food," The Star newspaper quoted Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen as saying while launching a campaign to promote the country's cuisine.

The ministry is identifying signature recipes that it will declare as Malaysian, Ng said. She did not reveal how the government might counter others who claim ownership of those dishes, but added that details of its strategy will be announced later.

"Chili crab is Malaysian. Hainanese chicken rice is Malaysian. We have to lay claim to our food," Ng said. She mentioned other favorites such as "nasi lemak," which is rice soaked with coconut cream, "laksa," a spicy noodle soup, and "bak kut teh," an ethnic Chinese pork rib stew.

Tourism ministry officials familiar with the campaign could not immediately be contacted.

Variations of the dishes Ng listed are available in several other Asian nations, particularly Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand and China.

Some creations, such as chicken rice, were introduced to Malaysia and Singapore by ethnic Chinese workers who settled here after leaving China a century ago.

Chili crab - a recipe of crabs stir-fried in tomato and chili-based sauces - could become a bone of contention. It is often associated with Singapore and is considered the city-state's unofficial national dish.

Malaysia was recently embroiled in another cultural spat with a neighbor.

Indonesians held protests earlier this month accusing Malaysia of stealing a Balinese dance for a TV promotional campaign about Malaysia. It later turned out that Malaysia had nothing to do with the video, which had mistakenly described the dance as Malaysian. The video was broadcast on the Discovery Channel cable network, which apologized for the mistake.


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Anonim mengatakan...

hmmm....regardless, the issue itself
just make your "kind" looks a bit
uneducated,low-self respect,or should i say...bunch of idiots.

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 7:42 PM
Malaysia crabby over right to 'hijacked' recipes

The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Thu, 09/17/2009 6:37 PM

Malaysia is starting a food fight with other countries to win bragging rights for producing some of Southeast Asia's most beloved recipes, including chili crabs and coconut cream rice, a news report said Thursday.

"We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food," The Star newspaper quoted Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen as saying while launching a campaign to promote the country's cuisine.

The ministry is identifying signature recipes that it will declare as Malaysian, Ng said. She did not reveal how the government might counter others who claim ownership of those dishes, but added that details of its strategy will be announced later.

"Chili crab is Malaysian. Hainanese chicken rice is Malaysian. We have to lay claim to our food," Ng said. She mentioned other favorites such as "nasi lemak," which is rice soaked with coconut cream, "laksa," a spicy noodle soup, and "bak kut teh," an ethnic Chinese pork rib stew.

Tourism ministry officials familiar with the campaign could not immediately be contacted.

Variations of the dishes Ng listed are available in several other Asian nations, particularly Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand and China.

Some creations, such as chicken rice, were introduced to Malaysia and Singapore by ethnic Chinese workers who settled here after leaving China a century ago.

Chili crab - a recipe of crabs stir-fried in tomato and chili-based sauces - could become a bone of contention. It is often associated with Singapore and is considered the city-state's unofficial national dish.

Malaysia was recently embroiled in another cultural spat with a neighbor.

Indonesians held protests earlier this month accusing Malaysia of stealing a Balinese dance for a TV promotional campaign about Malaysia. It later turned out that Malaysia had nothing to do with the video, which had mistakenly described the dance as Malaysian. The video was broadcast on the Discovery Channel cable network, which apologized for the mistake.


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Anonim mengatakan...

gosh, this is stupid ridiculous thing,
vividly emblazoned "HAINAN CHICKEN RICE" which is means the chicken rice come from HAINAN.
we never assume tht, tht is Malaysia chicken rice ok, n chinese, u should proud ur dish were very popular here. n for ur information since i see u (blog owner) as a stupid idiot jerk, we have our own chicken rice, n i think its better if u think how to enrich n develop ur country rather than claim malaysia as maling..get a life buddy!

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 7:42 PM
Malaysia crabby over right to 'hijacked' recipes

The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Thu, 09/17/2009 6:37 PM

Malaysia is starting a food fight with other countries to win bragging rights for producing some of Southeast Asia's most beloved recipes, including chili crabs and coconut cream rice, a news report said Thursday.

"We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food," The Star newspaper quoted Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen as saying while launching a campaign to promote the country's cuisine.

The ministry is identifying signature recipes that it will declare as Malaysian, Ng said. She did not reveal how the government might counter others who claim ownership of those dishes, but added that details of its strategy will be announced later.

"Chili crab is Malaysian. Hainanese chicken rice is Malaysian. We have to lay claim to our food," Ng said. She mentioned other favorites such as "nasi lemak," which is rice soaked with coconut cream, "laksa," a spicy noodle soup, and "bak kut teh," an ethnic Chinese pork rib stew.

Tourism ministry officials familiar with the campaign could not immediately be contacted.

Variations of the dishes Ng listed are available in several other Asian nations, particularly Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand and China.

Some creations, such as chicken rice, were introduced to Malaysia and Singapore by ethnic Chinese workers who settled here after leaving China a century ago.

Chili crab - a recipe of crabs stir-fried in tomato and chili-based sauces - could become a bone of contention. It is often associated with Singapore and is considered the city-state's unofficial national dish.

Malaysia was recently embroiled in another cultural spat with a neighbor.

Indonesians held protests earlier this month accusing Malaysia of stealing a Balinese dance for a TV promotional campaign about Malaysia. It later turned out that Malaysia had nothing to do with the video, which had mistakenly described the dance as Malaysian. The video was broadcast on the Discovery Channel cable network, which apologized for the mistake.


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Anonim mengatakan...

besides chinese also live here, so what's the big deal??

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 7:42 PM
Malaysia crabby over right to 'hijacked' recipes

The Associated Press , Kuala Lumpur | Thu, 09/17/2009 6:37 PM

Malaysia is starting a food fight with other countries to win bragging rights for producing some of Southeast Asia's most beloved recipes, including chili crabs and coconut cream rice, a news report said Thursday.

"We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food," The Star newspaper quoted Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen as saying while launching a campaign to promote the country's cuisine.

The ministry is identifying signature recipes that it will declare as Malaysian, Ng said. She did not reveal how the government might counter others who claim ownership of those dishes, but added that details of its strategy will be announced later.

"Chili crab is Malaysian. Hainanese chicken rice is Malaysian. We have to lay claim to our food," Ng said. She mentioned other favorites such as "nasi lemak," which is rice soaked with coconut cream, "laksa," a spicy noodle soup, and "bak kut teh," an ethnic Chinese pork rib stew.

Tourism ministry officials familiar with the campaign could not immediately be contacted.

Variations of the dishes Ng listed are available in several other Asian nations, particularly Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand and China.

Some creations, such as chicken rice, were introduced to Malaysia and Singapore by ethnic Chinese workers who settled here after leaving China a century ago.

Chili crab - a recipe of crabs stir-fried in tomato and chili-based sauces - could become a bone of contention. It is often associated with Singapore and is considered the city-state's unofficial national dish.

Malaysia was recently embroiled in another cultural spat with a neighbor.

Indonesians held protests earlier this month accusing Malaysia of stealing a Balinese dance for a TV promotional campaign about Malaysia. It later turned out that Malaysia had nothing to do with the video, which had mistakenly described the dance as Malaysian. The video was broadcast on the Discovery Channel cable network, which apologized for the mistake.


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Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar Ibrahim
saat ini generasi muda Malaysia hanya mengenal Indonesia dari TKI dan lagu “rasa sayange” yang diributkan. Mereka kurang mengenal tokoh pemikir Indonesia seperti Mohammad Natsir dan Buya Hamka. dengan kata lain pemuda malaysia tidak tau apa - apa tentang indonesia mereka buta sejarah indonesia.

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jangan hanya ada kejadian TKI kita ingin di penggal lehernya,dihukum pancung,disiksa,dan diperkosa kita baru menyadarinya, tapi pemerintah kita harus melek dan berbuat sebelum semua itu terjadi. negara indonesia harus serius dalam menangani masalah TKI indonesia. karena ini menyangkut masalah nyawa, tenaga dan harga diri indonesia dimata dunia khususnya dinegara malaysia dan arab saudi yang sudah menjadi langganan masalah dalam hal TKI.

efek dari sulitnya lapangan kerja di indonesia, dan minimnya peluang kerja bagi rakyat miskin membuat rasa tidak percaya rakyat indonesia terhadap pemerintahnya, hal inilah yang mendorong, memicu bagi segelintir warga indonesia untuk hijrah mencari rejeki dinegara lain.

apakah hal ini salah? atau siapa yang harus disalahkan, pemerintah atau rakyatnya?

Alasan Benci Malaysia

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akibat kebodohan generasi muda malaysia, sehingga
pemuda - pemuda malaysia tidak mampu menyebut
kata indonesia.

Perlu saya luruskan bahwa, menyebut kata indonesia
bukan indon, tapi INDONESIA.
untuk itu pemuda - pemuda malaysia
harus banyak belajar lagi. dan jangan mau di bilang
pemuda bodoh dan tak berpendidikan.

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