Malaysia Quotes

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  • Basically all the world's computer parts come from the same supply chain that runs from Korea, down through coastal China, over to Taiwan, and down to Malaysia.

    Running   Korea   Ties  
  • Growing up in Malaysia and England, there wasn't an obvious route into the comics world, so my creative energy went into theatre and prose and then movies and TV.

    "Nailed It!: David and Kyriazis on 'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency'". Interview with Keith Silva, March 8, 2016.
  • In Malaysia, where Western culture was extremely influential, I'd grown up listening to Elvis and the Beatles and watching American movies. People wanted to be like Americans. In contrast, when I got here, I saw prosperous middle-class American college students wanting to somehow join the Third World.

    College   Class   People  
    Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf (2013). “Moving the Mountain: A New Vision of Islam in America”, p.6, Simon and Schuster
  • Actually, I invited many Commonwealth leaders to come to Malaysia. They did not accept my invitation. By that, I mean, they didn't say they didn't accept, but they just didn't come here.

    Mean   Leader   Accepting  
    "Interview with Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad". Interview with Sue Onslow, February 11, 2015.
  • We must each always think first of Malaysia, of the national need and least of ourselves …Everyone must try to help and see that the people are one-minded, with loyalty and one aim, to make Malaysia – the land we love – a happy abode for all of us. If we all do this then we can guarantee liberty, security, prosperity and happiness for the future.

    Loyalty   Thinking   Land  
  • As an adolescent I wrote comic books, because I read lots of them, and fantasy novels set in Malaysia and Central Africa.

    "Umberto Eco, The Art of Fiction No. 197". Interview with Azam Zanganeh, 2008.
  • All these boundaries - Africa, Asia, Malaysia, America - are set by men. But you don't have to look at boundaries when you are looking at a man - at the character of a man. The question is: What do you stand for? Are you a follower, or are you a leader?

  • The ocean is the only alien and potentially hostile environment on the planet into which we tend to venture without thinking about the animals that live there, how they behave, how they support themselves, and how they perceive us. I know of no one who would set off into the jungles of Malaysia armed only with a bathing suit, a tube of suntan cream, and a book, and yet that's precisely how we approach the oceans.

    Ocean   Book   Animal  
  • I want to do feature films. I am flying to Malaysia to be in another feature film. We will be filming that in Malaysia, the Phillipines, and back in California.

  • I am an American citizen born in Kuwait of Egyptian parents. I grew up in Great Britain, Malaysia, and Egypt and have lived in the United States since 1965, when I was seventeen.

    Kuwait   Egypt   Parent  
    Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf (2013). “Moving the Mountain: A New Vision of Islam in America”, p.5, Simon and Schuster
  • In the longer term, I hope that as Vietnam evolves into a more prosperous society with active ties to the international marketplace, it will lose its inherent suspicion of the outside world and begin to develop along the lines of what has recently been happening in Thailand and Malaysia.

    Ties   Thailand   Lines  
  • The most spectacular UFO incident in Indonesia occurred when during the height of President Sukarno's confrontation against Malaysia, UFOs penetrated a well-defended area in Java for two weeks at a stretch, and each time were welcomed with perhaps the heaviest anti-aircraft barrage in history.

  • We are all Malaysians. This is the bond that unites us. Let us always remember that unity is our fundamental strength as a people and as a nation.

  • All talk on Islamic States is just an empty dream. No man in his right sense would accept a nation which bases its political administration on religion, and in a country like Malaysia with its multiracial and multireligious people, there is no room for an Islamic State.

    Dream   Country   Islamic  
  • Most developing countries would know Malaysia quite well. Why? It is because we believe in contacts. We offer them some help for training, for example. We call it 'technical cooperation'.

  • Malaysia is a country unlike any other: Full of promise and fragility. Its history, cultural and religious diversity make it a rich, compelling and surprising land.

  • In Turkey it was always 1952, in Malaysia 1937; Afghanistan was 1910 and Bolivia 1949. It is 20 years ago in the Soviet Union, 10 in Norway, five in France. It is always last year in Australia and next week in Japan.

    Japan   Next Week   Years  
    Paul Theroux (2012). “The Lower River”, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Malaysia didn't end up winning any gold medals at the Rio Olympics, but had set new records and brought the nation closer, so keep going.

    Winning   Gold   Records  
  • In Malaysia where the front end pushes so much, extra engine braking is really going to help you.

    Helping   Ends   Malaysia  
  • Once a century, all of a certain kind of bamboo flower on the same day. Whether they are in Malaysia or in a greenhouse in Minnesota makes no difference, nor does the age or size of the plant. They flower. Some current of an inner language passes between them, through space and separation, in ways we cannot explain in our language. They are all, somehow, one plant, each with a share of communal knowledge.

  • That whole country, Malaysia has a history of telling other countries back off, we`ll do our business. They`re pretty stubborn bunch of people. So they will do what they have to do.

  • Well they're very, very genuine concerns at present as to the status of the 800 people who are to be sent by Australia to Malaysia. There's concern about the status of asylum seekers in Malaysia generally, but there's concern about the status of the 800 to be sent.

    Biography/Personal Quotes,
  • When I read that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 had disappeared - a state-of-the-art Boeing 777, said to be an incredibly safe way to travel - I waited patiently for the chance to learn what happened.

    Art   Safe   Boeing  
  • We are trying to solve the problem of haze in the spirit of good neighbourliness with Malaysia but are also hoping that other ASEAN member countries are taking notice and willing to lend a helping hand.

    Country   Hands   Trying  
  • I think the Prime Minister is the first to acknowledge that Malaysia's still got some work to do. Just like the United States, by the way, has some work to do on these issues. Human Rights Watch probably has a list of things they think we should be doing as a government.

  • How do you know there’s not a door to heaven in the sky between Malaysia and Vietnam?

    Sky   Doors   Heaven  
  • There is great potential and deep fragility [in Malaysia] that can be used by any group that stresses on religion, pushing towards Islam, rejecting people and alienating migrants - anything can be used to win the next elections. So these are the signs of fragility that is very much there.

    Stress   Winning   People  
  • I am a little jet lagged from my trip to Malaysia...The lengths we have to go to to get CNN coverage these days.

    Cnn   Politics   Littles  
    "Transcript: Obama remarks at White House Correspondents' Association dinner", May 4, 2014.
  • Be careful about Burma. Most people cannot remember whether it was Siam and has become Thailand, or whether it is now part of Malaysia and should be called Sri Lanka.

    Alexander Cockburn (1988). “Corruptions of Empire: Life Studies & the Reagan Era”, p.189, Verso
  • Look at Senegal, about 90% of the Muslims in Senegal are Tijani or Qadiri Sufis. Among them, they have very great teachers who have written poems about al-Hallaj, and they have not been killed. In fact, it's Sufism that brought Islam through all of Senegal, right under our noses the last couple of centuries. And you can go down the same line through Indonesia and Malaysia.

    Teacher   Couple   Islam  
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