Malay sex 2014

12-Sep-2019 21:03

There was a major increase in Malay participation in research, which has risen from 20 % of researchers in 1982–1984 to 65 % in 2012–2014, with corresponding declines in the percentages of Chinese and Indian authors, although their absolute numbers have increased because Malaysian scientific output has increased so rapidly in the last 10 years.

The huge increase in Malay researchers contrasts with their presence in the Malaysian population which has remained stable at about 50 % since 1969.

The Chinese comprised 38 % of the population in 1957, but since then their fertility rate, together with that of the Indians, has declined faster than that of the Malays, so their share of the population has gone down, see Fig. However, as the population of Malaysia has expanded very rapidly, from 6.4 million in 1957 to approximately 31 million today (2016), all the communities have increased in size, including that of “others”, who include smaller Bumiputra populations and some recent immigrants from Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.It used to be a free lunchtime paper with 100,000 copies circulated around the Klang Valley.Main target audience are Professionals, Managers, Executives and Businessmen (PMEBs).These reports are just a tip of the iceberg—Malays are too shy to admit that they have committed a sin and they do not want to shame their families.That’s why this social problem is particularly high in the Malay community: sex is taboo, which is why Muslim preachers, educationists and political leaders oppose sex education.

The Chinese comprised 38 % of the population in 1957, but since then their fertility rate, together with that of the Indians, has declined faster than that of the Malays, so their share of the population has gone down, see Fig. However, as the population of Malaysia has expanded very rapidly, from 6.4 million in 1957 to approximately 31 million today (2016), all the communities have increased in size, including that of “others”, who include smaller Bumiputra populations and some recent immigrants from Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.It used to be a free lunchtime paper with 100,000 copies circulated around the Klang Valley.Main target audience are Professionals, Managers, Executives and Businessmen (PMEBs).These reports are just a tip of the iceberg—Malays are too shy to admit that they have committed a sin and they do not want to shame their families.That’s why this social problem is particularly high in the Malay community: sex is taboo, which is why Muslim preachers, educationists and political leaders oppose sex education.A few days ago, another 20-year-old Malay woman was charged with murder, having allegedly killed her newborn baby in a bathroom.