Vaisnawi A/P Haruhlnathan, SJKG Vallambrosa
Google doodle is the best motivator of student's talents
Choong Bee Yee, SJK(C) Chung Kwok, KL
Malaysia - A multiracial and unique rain forest country. The Orang-Utan and Sea turtle are two exclusive species found in Malaysia. "Wau" - A traditional handicraft moon-kite that is found in Kelantan and KL tower, a landmark of our city center of KL
The Pride of Malaysia
Mia Chong, SJK(C) Lok Yuk, Likas, Sabah
Malaysia has amazing food like the King of Fruits (durian) and great tourist attractions. Malaysia also has the Queen of Tropics as our national flower. As a Malaysian, I feel proud and lucky.
Happy One Malaysia
Tan Siew En, SRJK(C) Khai Chee
Malaysia is a multi-ethnic and religious country, we must respect each other in order to promote social harmony.
Muhammad Akmal Najmi Bin Mohd Azmil, SK Desa Cemerlang
Malaysia fascinates people around the world by its nature, culture and delicious food. My doodle has mount. Kinabalu, forest, beaches and the KL twin towers as the background. There's also a tiger and orang utan too. I want to tell people that in modern lifestyle, Malaysia still preserves tradition and nature.
The Seven Wonders of Malaysia
Chin Joe Yi, SJK (C) Kwang Hwa
Malaysia to me is best represented by the energetic orang utan, the juicy coconut, the vibrant tropical sun, the thorny yet delicious durian, meaty mangosteen and the magnificent KL tower and finally the friendly hornbill.
Chun Eassen, SJK (C) Jalan Davidson
Malaysia's food and places
Yumi Hirooka, British International School Kuala Lumpur
The trogonoptera brookiana is the national butterfly of Malaysia as well as hibiscus is the national flower and papaya is the national fruit of Malaysia. Furthermore, nasi lemak is the national food of Malaysia. Durian and KL Tower is popular so I drew it.
To Me, Malaysia is wonderful
Cheryl Lai Yan Tung, Sekolah Cempaka Cheras
Malaysia is a peaceful country. Malaysia food such as 'nasi lemak' and satay is delicious. Islands such as 'Pulau Sipadan' is beautiful. KL Tower is one of the landmarks in Malaysia. During 'Hari Raya', we hang 'ketupats' as decoration and eat them too.
Ibrahim Fazal Ahmad, Mutiara International Grammar School
The nature and food of Malaysia
Awe - Inspiring Malaysia
Amirul Imran Bin Zaimi, MRSM Tun Abdul Razak
Each letter represent the traditional and famous icons that makes Malaysia 'Truly Asia".
Colours of Malaysia
Noor Sabrina Bt. Kamal Baharin, SMK Bandar Sungai Buaya
Well, Malaysia for me is a multi-cultural people who live together, work together, sharing and caring with each other in this country. I dare say, Malaysia is a very colourful place. It is because we have a mix of people. However it is the festivals celebrated by the various races that bring out the burst of colours so commonly associated with Malaysia.
Lim Chern Yao, British International School Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia to me is the unique diversity of food it provides. I have drawn famous Malaysian food that everyone here enjoys and loves.
Flower of the Jalur Gemilang
Mohamed Anoof Ibrahim, Mutiara International Grammar School
First i drew the doodle using colour pencils, after which i transferred it onto corel draw, to enhance the colours and to make some minor adjustments to the design. I wanted to focus on the colour of the Malaysian flag.
Malaysia Truly Asia
Juvenita a/p Nadarajan, SMK Dato Penggawa Timur
Malaysia is a country that each of the citizen have to be proud of. Malaysia has multi-cultural citizens which makes Malaysia more unique than other countries. Malaysia has a world famous landmarks and surrounded by greenery.
Beauty of Malaysia
Lee Yee Run, SMJK Yoke Kuan
Many of us may have been caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, missing out the beauty of our country. Let's step out of the box, travel to attractive spots, discover and embrace the true and unique colours of Malaysia. Malaysia to me/you is surely a beautiful place to stay.
Muhd Zakwan Anas b. Abd Wahid, SMK Hutan Melintang
Malaysia to me is an exotic tropical land that filled with flora and fauna. Culture, mouth-watering food and different races blend in one small country. Wherever i go, Malaysia has the most breathtaking scenery and the most amazing biodiversity side in the world.
Malaysia to me is a medley of enjoyable tradition
Ungku Zoe Anysa Binti Ungku Fa'iz, SMK Convent Bukit Nanas
Traditional toys are a timeless source of fun! No matter what your cultural background. Or, where you live, the colourful high-flying 'wau', the clinking 'congkak' marbles, and the whizzing 'gasing' bring Malaysians together in a fun and enjoyable way.
Malaysia to me is a canvas
Michelle See Pei Yin, Penang Chinese Girls' High School
A canvas painted by everyone. From the mesmerizing carvings surrounding the temples to the adorable doodles on the asphalt. From the rich red-coloured hibiscus flower to the local edible masterpieces. And there's still more to come!
Malaysia to me is a colourful food paradise
Wan Yee Shin, Hin Hua High School
First, you can see a colourful street peddler. It means that the people with different skin has mixed together to become a diversified Malaysia. Then, you can see a hibiscus rosa-sinensis's cup which only appear in Malaysia. Also, Malaysia is multi cultural, you can see different food, such as lemang, laksa, roti canai, ketupat and others.