Malaysia’s independence: Beyond mere liberation from colonisation

MALAYSIA’S journey to independence from colonial rule is a story of resilience, struggle, and triumph.

On Aug 31, 1957, the nation broke free from British colonial shackles, marking a significant turning point in its history. However, the importance of Malaysia’s independence extends far beyond the mere act of liberation from colonisation. It encompasses a profound transformation that encompasses socioeconomic progress, nation-building, and the pursuit of true self-determination.

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