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The kampung forms the basic unit of Malay society, a tightly knit community consisting of kinship, marriage ties, and neighbor relationships which are regulated by traditional Malaysian values.
The unemployment rate in the 1990s remained at nearly 4 percent.
The British East India Company entered the peninsula in 1786, and in 1819, the British established a settlement at Singapore. In 1895 four states became the Federated Malay States.
Thailand in 1909 ceded four northern states (Kedah, Kelantan, Trengganu, and Perlis) to the British, together with Johor in 1914, and this whole area became known as the Unfederated Malay States.
The "Federation" was dropped that same year, and Malaysia became the official name of the newly independent British colonies.
Malaysia has a combined land area of 329, 760 square kilometers and is similar in size to New Mexico in the United States.
The first people to inhabit the Malaysia peninsula, the Malays, came down from South China around 2000 B. The Muslims began to dominate the peninsula around 1400 when a fugitive slave from Singapore founded a principality at Malacca.