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What do you think about Malaysian women?

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What do you think about Malaysian women?

Postby Banano » Fri May 04, 2012 1:38 pm

...browsing sites like dateinasia and asiandating I can say that Malaysian chicks are much prettier, more sexy and refined compared to Thai and Filipinas,
surprisingly there is not much talk abt them on this forum.
What is the deal with Malaysian chicks?
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Postby xiongmao » Fri May 04, 2012 2:27 pm

A relative of mine is marrying a Malaysian girl. She's fun and hard working.

If you want a Malaysian bride, go for the Malaysian-Chinese girls - the others can be lazy.

Remember there are quite a few Muslims in Malaysia, so this is something to be aware of.

Other than that, you're right, Malaysia is a bit off the beaten track when it comes to Asian brides.
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Postby Falcon » Sat May 05, 2012 5:33 am

Malaysia is more developed, so Malaysian women will be like Singaporean women in many ways, and less like Indonesian, Thai, or Filipina women. In fact, Malaysia, like Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore, has recently become a destination for mail-order brides from Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Malaysia has three major ethnic groups: Malays, Chinese, and Indians. Malays generally do not marry non-Muslims, and the Hindus also generally keep to themselves. Most Malaysians who outmarry are the Chinese Malaysians.
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Postby nupter » Sat May 05, 2012 5:49 am

if u say malaysian,we can split them into few groups, malaysian indians , malaysian chinese and malays, and some other indegenious groups in the east of msia called kadazan iban etc. so we have plenty of religion in msia where malay are all muslims,which is about 50 %.so its half of msian population.we do have intermarriage but if u marry a muslim u must go into islam there is no other way other than run away from the country.intermarriages happens ive seen alot. look for maya karin, she is of mixed parentage.all of they are very friendly and malaysian food is the best in the world,lol i miss it soo much. i never heard of mail order brides in msia, it may be a scam, so dont get cheated. last few years there has been scammers from african countries ,taiwan and china coming into malaysia to scam pple off their money so becareful whatever u do
and NO falcon malaysian are not like singaporeans. NO WAY.and we are a living proof of how all race and religion can live peacefully.america should learn from us dont u all think so??
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Postby Falcon » Sat May 05, 2012 6:11 am

OK, then I was thinking about middle-class Chinese-Malaysians from Kuala Lumpur. Chinese Malaysians from say, Perak, Melaka, and Pahang are much more laid back and down-to-earth than Singaporeans, in general.

Anyways, here's some funny Malaysian hip-hop from the notorious Namewee. (No offense to Aussies.)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLn3BLWw9B8[/youtube]

And how an African visitor liked his stay in Malaysia.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZy_KsP5yGw[/youtube]
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Postby Contrarian Expatriate » Sat May 05, 2012 1:09 pm

My stay in Malaysia was a primary reason I started to realize the USA was in trouble. KL is an extremely modern and well-planned city with top-notch infrastructure and beautiful places to walk and enjoy.

The women seemed standoffish, but the Chinese Malaysians seemed the most open to me. They are also overwhelmingly resented for their professional success as a group.

Overall, Malaysia was a pleasant stay, but I would not want to live there. Too wealthy, and the women were too indifferent to me as a foreigner.

Think of Malaysia as Singapore-lite, just bigger.
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Postby xiongmao » Sat May 05, 2012 1:29 pm

Guangzhou similarly made me realise the USA was in trouble. My gf from there went to a so-so University, but her English is incredible. And if you want to give someone like her a job, she's yours for just $500 a month!
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Postby nupter » Sat May 05, 2012 2:20 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:My stay in Malaysia was a primary reason I started to realize the USA was in trouble. KL is an extremely modern and well-planned city with top-notch infrastructure and beautiful places to walk and enjoy.

The women seemed standoffish, but the Chinese Malaysians seemed the most open to me. They are also overwhelmingly resented for their professional success as a group.

Overall, Malaysia was a pleasant stay, but I would not want to live there. Too wealthy, and the women were too indifferent to me as a foreigner.

Think of Malaysia as Singapore-lite, just bigger.


growing up there alot of my female friend say that westerners or whites only want sex.they think that westerners and russians are the prettiest and most handsome in the world, but the family wont allow it to go far because of the high rate of divorce they heard from the US.
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Postby momopi » Sat May 05, 2012 3:55 pm

I spent some time in KL & stayed in Damansara Heights back in 2005. Back then I was dating someone from there and considered moving to MY or SG full time for work, but it didn't work out.

Be aware that even in KL, it's still a Muslim country. So, no kissing in Taxi, no kissing or getting intimate in the park, use special non-Muslim check-out line when buying pork buns, and if coming from SG, fill your gas tank to at least 3/4 full before crossing. Be prepared to pay non-Malaysian & non-Bumiputera prices on various things.

On the up side, if you're not superstitious, cemetery facing condos are cheap.
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Postby nupter » Sat May 05, 2012 4:42 pm

momopi wrote:I spent some time in KL & stayed in Damansara Heights back in 2005. Back then I was dating someone from there and considered moving to MY or SG full time for work, but it didn't work out.

Be aware that even in KL, it's still a Muslim country. So, no kissing in Taxi, no kissing or getting intimate in the park, use special non-Muslim check-out line when buying pork buns, and if coming from SG, fill your gas tank to at least 3/4 full before crossing. Be prepared to pay non-Malaysian & non-Bumiputera prices on various things.

On the up side, if you're not superstitious, cemetery facing condos are cheap.

malaysia is not a muslim country,its a multi ethnic country,the government is corrupt they make ridiculous laws and is saying they are doing for the malays own good,but from the era of dr mahathir till now, many malays are still poor and only those cronies are rich from all this, april 28 was the date for about more than a 100000 malaysians went on the street to have a peaceful protest for clean and fair elections. but what happened? they shoot them with tear gas and water cannons,the general election is coming soon,maybe june or july,and from the looks of it the govt is very weak now. we have a prophecy of where the last name of the first prime minister are the first name of each prime minister in the future. RAHMAN.we are at N right now,the last prime minister from BN?non-muslim check-out line? never seen that before,where did u saw that mompi,lol.only indian or chinese sell pork,malays dont because its agaisnt their religion.but they seperate pork products away from other food.in shopping malls.i find that ridiculous ,by the way im from melaka
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Postby Repatriate » Sat May 05, 2012 6:27 pm

nupter wrote:
momopi wrote:I spent some time in KL & stayed in Damansara Heights back in 2005. Back then I was dating someone from there and considered moving to MY or SG full time for work, but it didn't work out.

Be aware that even in KL, it's still a Muslim country. So, no kissing in Taxi, no kissing or getting intimate in the park, use special non-Muslim check-out line when buying pork buns, and if coming from SG, fill your gas tank to at least 3/4 full before crossing. Be prepared to pay non-Malaysian & non-Bumiputera prices on various things.

On the up side, if you're not superstitious, cemetery facing condos are cheap.

malaysia is not a muslim country,its a multi ethnic country,the government is corrupt they make ridiculous laws and is saying they are doing for the malays own good,but from the era of dr mahathir till now, many malays are still poor and only those cronies are rich from all this, april 28 was the date for about more than a 100000 malaysians went on the street to have a peaceful protest for clean and fair elections. but what happened? they shoot them with tear gas and water cannons,the general election is coming soon,maybe june or july,and from the looks of it the govt is very weak now. we have a prophecy of where the last name of the first prime minister are the first name of each prime minister in the future. RAHMAN.we are at N right now,the last prime minister from BN?non-muslim check-out line? never seen that before,where did u saw that mompi,lol.only indian or chinese sell pork,malays dont because its agaisnt their religion.but they seperate pork products away from other food.in shopping malls.i find that ridiculous ,by the way im from melaka


Malaysia is probably digging its own grave at the moment. It let the inmates control the asylum. Marginalizing the ethnic non muslim Indian and Chinese minority is the biggest mistake ever especially when those people are the most skilled, educated, and control the reins of commerce. No one in the world respects populist Islamic demagogues and that's pretty much what all ethnic Malay politicians are. Don't be surprised if your country is eventually surpassed by the likes of Thailand and Vietnam and maybe even Cambodia in the near future.
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Postby nupter » Sat May 05, 2012 9:46 pm

Repatriate wrote:
nupter wrote:
momopi wrote:I spent some time in KL & stayed in Damansara Heights back in 2005. Back then I was dating someone from there and considered moving to MY or SG full time for work, but it didn't work out.

Be aware that even in KL, it's still a Muslim country. So, no kissing in Taxi, no kissing or getting intimate in the park, use special non-Muslim check-out line when buying pork buns, and if coming from SG, fill your gas tank to at least 3/4 full before crossing. Be prepared to pay non-Malaysian & non-Bumiputera prices on various things.

On the up side, if you're not superstitious, cemetery facing condos are cheap.

malaysia is not a muslim country,its a multi ethnic country,the government is corrupt they make ridiculous laws and is saying they are doing for the malays own good,but from the era of dr mahathir till now, many malays are still poor and only those cronies are rich from all this, april 28 was the date for about more than a 100000 malaysians went on the street to have a peaceful protest for clean and fair elections. but what happened? they shoot them with tear gas and water cannons,the general election is coming soon,maybe june or july,and from the looks of it the govt is very weak now. we have a prophecy of where the last name of the first prime minister are the first name of each prime minister in the future. RAHMAN.we are at N right now,the last prime minister from BN?non-muslim check-out line? never seen that before,where did u saw that mompi,lol.only indian or chinese sell pork,malays dont because its agaisnt their religion.but they seperate pork products away from other food.in shopping malls.i find that ridiculous ,by the way im from melaka


Malaysia is probably digging its own grave at the moment. It let the inmates control the asylum. Marginalizing the ethnic non muslim Indian and Chinese minority is the biggest mistake ever especially when those people are the most skilled, educated, and control the reins of commerce. No one in the world respects populist Islamic demagogues and that's pretty much what all ethnic Malay politicians are. Don't be surprised if your country is eventually surpassed by the likes of Thailand and Vietnam and maybe even Cambodia in the near future.

yes alot of the malaysian youth have already awoken,but we have to wait till we are 21 yrs old to be eligible to vote,if we can vote at 18 the government has already fallen in 2008,now its time to see the GE this year.not all politiicians are malays,we also have indians and chinese representative ,but the opposition and us have been calling them the dog of the govt,kowtow to whatever they say,so basically the indians and chinese shun the chinese and indian party in the last GE,and gave the opposition some huge wins,and is the worst results for the government in the political history.hearing the emigration of great talents from malaysia is a sad thing,but the government are idiots,they dont care for us,they care only for themselves.
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Postby momopi » Sun May 06, 2012 4:23 am

nupter wrote:Malaysia is not a Muslim country,its a multi ethnic country,the government is corrupt they make ridiculous laws and is saying they are doing for the Malays own good,but from the era of Dr Mahathir till now, many Malays are still poor and only those cronies are rich from all this, April 28 was the date for about more than a 100000 Malaysians went on the street to have a peaceful protest for clean and fair elections. but what happened? they shoot them with tear gas and water cannons,the general election is coming soon,maybe June or July, and from the looks of it the govt is very weak now. we have a prophecy of where the last name of the first prime minister are the first name of each prime minister in the future. RAHMAN.we are at N right now,the last prime minister from BN? Non-Muslim check-out line? never seen that before, where did u saw that Momopi, lol.only Indian or Chinese sell pork, Malays don't because its against their religion. but they separate pork products away from other food.in shopping malls.i find that ridiculous, by the way I'm from melaka



1. What does article 3 of the Malaysian Federation's Constitution say?

2. What is the legal position of proselytizing of Muslims in Malaysia?

3. How many Malaysian states officially allows Muslim apostasy?


As I've clearly specified in my post, when buying pork buns (Haraam product), use the non-Muslim check-out line.
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Postby nupter » Sun May 06, 2012 6:43 am

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Postby nupter » Sun May 06, 2012 6:45 am

momopi wrote:
nupter wrote:Malaysia is not a Muslim country,its a multi ethnic country,the government is corrupt they make ridiculous laws and is saying they are doing for the Malays own good,but from the era of Dr Mahathir till now, many Malays are still poor and only those cronies are rich from all this, April 28 was the date for about more than a 100000 Malaysians went on the street to have a peaceful protest for clean and fair elections. but what happened? they shoot them with tear gas and water cannons,the general election is coming soon,maybe June or July, and from the looks of it the govt is very weak now. we have a prophecy of where the last name of the first prime minister are the first name of each prime minister in the future. RAHMAN.we are at N right now,the last prime minister from BN? Non-Muslim check-out line? never seen that before, where did u saw that Momopi, lol.only Indian or Chinese sell pork, Malays don't because its against their religion. but they separate pork products away from other food.in shopping malls.i find that ridiculous, by the way I'm from melaka



1. What does article 3 of the Malaysian Federation's Constitution say?

2. What is the legal position of proselytizing of Muslims in Malaysia?

3. How many Malaysian states officially allows Muslim apostasy?

As I've clearly specified in my post, when buying pork buns (Haraam product), use the non-Muslim check-out line.

yes malaysia dont allow muslim apostasy,once u are born in a muslim family u are forever a muslim like what i said before, if u want to change u got to run out of this country,this law is made by the corrupt government.but we are free to practice our religions,be it christians hinduism buddhism,we are not forced to go into islam or be a muslim,only malays are the one that do not have apostasy.i am a chinese but im not a muslim when u say pork buns,it made me think of pork meat in buns,its sold all over malaysia in chinese stalls or restaurant,there is no non muslim check out line,and there are no signs that say non muslim check out line.thats racial segregation,we dont have that here.and malays can touch pigs or pork,but cant eat them.only thing is that muslims dont go to chinese restaurant to eat.and by haram i think u mean halal?if malaysia is a muslim country then islam will be forced onto people,but they dont. malaysia is a muslim majority country there is a huge difference between muslim country and muslim majority.look at saudi arabia,they have law called hudud,in malaysia we have syariah law and british law,syariah is only for islam and british or common law is for everyone including muslims.we celebrate chinese new year,deepavali,hari raya every single year,and have special holidays.those are cultures we have.we also have representative from all races in parliament or state seats,and they are non muslims and muslims.so saying it is a muslim country is just not right by the way, who were u seeing in ur stay in malaysia,is she a muslim or other?
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