Malays may refer to:

  • Ethnic Malays, the ethnic group located primarily in the Malay peninsula, and parts of Sumatra and Borneo.
  • Malay race, a racial category encompassing peoples of South East Asia and sometimes the Pacific Islands.
  • Cape Malays, an ethnic group or community in South Africa.
  • Cocos Malays, an ethnic group residing mainly in Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Australia.
  • Malay Indonesian, ethnic Malays in Indonesia.
  • Malaysian Malay, ethnic Malays in Malaysia.
  • Malays in Singapore, the history and description of the ethnic group living in Singapore.
  • Malay Thai, ethnic Malays in Thailand.
  • Malay Australian, ethnic Malays in Australia.
  • Malays in Sri Lanka, ethnic Malays in Sri Lanka.

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Gan Huai Shi
... after he posted comments that were offensive towards Malays including calls for genocide against them, in a blog titled The Second Holocaust (and later, The Third Holocaust) ... He said the reason for his antipathy against Malays was because his younger brother died when he was young after a Malay stole the cab that would have sent his brother to hospital ... counselling sessions and perform community service working with Malays ...
Kedahan Malay - See Also
... Kedah Malay Malays (ethnic group), the ethnic group located primarily in the Malay peninsula, and parts of Sumatra and Borneo Malay race, a racial ...
People's Republic Of China–Malaysia Relations - History - Peranakan Chinese
... of Chinese people in Malaysia used to be held in high regard by Malays ... Some old Malays in the past may have taken the word "Baba", referring to Chinese males, and put it into their name, when this used to be the case ... This is not followed by the younger generation of Malays, and the current Chinese Malaysians do not have the same status or respect as the previous ones ...
Anti-Malay Sentiment - Singapore
... Singapore was once a thriving Malay fishing village prior to British colonisation ... According to the Malay Annals, a Sumatran prince called Sang Nila Utama was known to have founded ancient Singapore in 1299 ... This resulted in some Malays feeling that they were alienated ...
Multiculti - Multiculturalism in Different Countries - Malaysia
... Malaysia is a multiethnic country, with Malays making up the majority, close to 52% of the population ... namely Bajau, Bidayuh, Dusun, Iban, Kadazan, Melanau, Orang Ulu, Sarawakian Malays, etc ... The Malay Peninsula has a long history of international trade contacts, influencing its ethnic and religious composition ...