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  • 30 augustus 2006
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Our presentation is about Malaysia. There is where I came from. We are going to tell you all about Malaysia, and we are also going to tell you about the food there. Malaysia is divided into two parts, the main land and two states in the Borneo-island. Two of the states of Malaysia are in the Borneo Island, and the rest lies in Peninsula. The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur; it is also the largest city. The population is almost 24 million people. The native language is Malay. The currency there is Ringgit. Now we are going to tell you about the food there. Because of the multi-cultural society, there is no national food in Malaysia. The most eaten food in Malaysia is, of course, the rice. There are different types of food in Malaysia and we are going to give some examples: Nasi Lemak (means literally: rice with fat) is perhaps the unofficial national food of Malaysia. It is rice cooked with coconut milk and served with peanuts, anchovies, eggs and cucumber. Keropok Lekor, is some kind of cake made from shredded fish. It is eaten with hot sauce. Roti Tjanai, is a thin bread with flaky crust. Bak Koet Teh, a soup cooked with herbs, garlic and pork ribs which have been boiled for many hours. Desserts in Malaysia tend to make use of generous amounts of coconut milk. Some common desserts include: Tjendol, smooth green rice noodles in chilled coconut milk and coconut palm sugar. Ais katjang (also known as ABC) is sweet corn, red beans and cincau (grass jelly) topped with shaved ice, colorful syrups and condensed milk. Well, that was our presentation about Malaysia. We hope you have enjoyed it

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