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He's there on a short-term contract and transferred to Malaysia with his American employer. Having lived in a number of countries around the world due to the nature of her husband’s work (he’s a British diplomat), Anna relocated to Kuala Lumpur with her husband and young son in 2012.
Michael tells us about the city's food scene and grabbing any opportunity to travel with both hands. They have since welcomed a little girl to their family, and are enjoying all that this Southeast Asian country has to offer. Kimbra Naber is an American expat who moved to Kuala Lumpur with her husband when he was relocated for his job.
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Marvin Mooi is an engineer in the oil and gas industry.
As a result of his work for Shell International, he and his wife have spent many years travelling around the world, experiencing its myriad cultures.
Now they have returned home to Malaysia, a place every bit as vibrant and multicultural as they could ask for.
The bulk of Tamil Malaysian migration began during the British Raj, when Britain facilitated the migration of Indian workers to work in plantations.Although the bulk of these immigrants to South East Asia had assimilated with the majority Malay ethnic group, some communities such as the Malacca Chittys are remnants of the earlier migration history.During the British colonial era, Britain facilitated the migration of Indian workers to work in plantations.Johanna Leahy is a freelance writer on the cusp of completing her first novel.She is from Ireland but has lived a peripatetic life abroad since 1993, most recently settling in Malaysia.