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In the end, Tunku opted to use the Perak State Anthem, titled “Allah Lanjutkan Usia Sultan”, as the national anthem.
Together with a Panel of Judges, Tunku wrote the new lyrics for “Negaraku”.
In 1962, during the deadly Indonesian Confrontation, the government has decided to call up youths aged between 21 and 28 for a two-year military training. Way before Malaysia got its name, Greco-Roman geographer Ptolemy named our lovely country Aurea Chersonesus, which means ‘peninsula of gold’. 6) The Kedah Sultanate is one of the oldest in the world The Sultanate of Kedah is the earliest sultanate on the Malay Peninsula, and it is said to be one of the oldest in the world.
The name was found in Ptolemy’s book Geographia, written about A. Allegedly founded in 1136, Sultan Mudzafar Shah I was listed as the first Sultan of Kedah.
Interestingly, Singapore also adjusted their clocks on the same day.
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Holding a 100-year-old ‘keris pukal’ in his right hand and shouting ‘Merdeka’ several times, Tunku announced 31 August 1957 as the date of independence in front of an ecstatic crowd of 100,000 people.
4) Malaysia’s first national service experiment was 50 years ago The three-month National Service Training Programme officially started in 2003, but did you know that Malaysia’s very first ‘experiment’ with the national service programme took place more than 50 years ago?
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