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The geographical in Malaysia have the area 329,847 sq. km. (127,315 sq. mi.) slightly larger than New Mexico and have cities such as Kuala Lumpur. Include the Other cities Penang, Ipoh, Malacca, Johor Baru, Shah Alam, Klang, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Kota Baru, Kuala Terengganu, Miri, Petaling Jaya. Coastal plains and interior, jungle covered mountains. South China Sea separates peninsular Malaysia from East Malaysia on Borneo. For ecthnic in malysia has many community such as multi ethnic, multi religious society encompasses a majority Muslim population in most of its states and an economically powerful Chinese community. In Malaysia the Ethnic Malays comprise some 60% of the population, Chinese constitute around 26% Indians and indigenous peoples make up the rest and the communities coexist in relative harmony, although there is little racial interaction.

Malaysia also has one of the highest standards of living in South East Asia, largely earned by its expanding manufacturing sector. However income distribution is very uneven, particularly in rural areas, and poverty is widespread. Despite government efforts, wealth is distributed primarily along ethnic lines. While Malays are the biggest group, in economic terms they are dominated by ethnic Chinese, who lead economic activity in both urban and rural areas. Not surprisingly this gives rise to social tensions which dominate Malaysian politics and present the most significant threat to stability. In terms of agricultural employment, Chinese and Indians tend to manage estates, while most native Malays work as labourers on estate farms, cultivate small quantities of cash crops, such as pineapples, cocoa and tobacco, or practice subsistence farming. Rice is the dominant food crop, commonly grown in the hilly areas, with domestic...