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30th Anniversary Malaysia-China Diplomatic Relationship



Technical Details

Date of Issue 31-May-2004

Stamp Value : 30 Sen (2 Designs);  RM1.00 (2 Designs)

Sheet Content : 20 Stamps

First Day Cover Value : 30 Sen

Perforation 14

Paper Watermarked, Phosphor Coated

Printing Process Lithography

Printer Percetakan Keselamatan Nasional Sdn. Bhd.

Designer : Hazel Design


The 30 sen stamp features illustrations of two ships from Malaya and China. These ships symbolise the start of the relationship between Malacca and China 600 years ago. Diplomatic relations were built based on the official visits of the famed Admiral Cheng Ho from China to Malacca in 1405. This sparked the growth of trade relations between the two countries and Malaya became the port of choice for man tradesmen from China. The ship gracing the Malaysian stamp is called "Lanchara" and it was not only a trade ship but could be converted into a battleship.



MNH Set of Stamps 4v

Price - USD1.50


Two hands locked in a firm handshake is the perfect symbol of the close relationship between Malaysia and China. As partners in trade, tourism and technology, Malaysia and China have helped each other develop these sectors extensively. The Chinese and Malaysian currencies form the backdrop of the Malaysian stamp, alluding to the importance of trade between the two nations. A unique feature of this stamp is the inclusion of both the Malaysian and Chinese flags, a feature that is rarely used in stamps. Both the stamps are adorned with a drawing of a trade ship, symbolising the start of relations between Malaysia and China.



Price USD2.90

Price USD2.90

Price USD2.90

Price USD1.90



Miniature Sheet with the Singapore Stamp Challenge 2004 Overprint on FDC.

This is a VERY RARE item.


Price USD19.90



Full Sheets




Miniature Sheet



Regular Miniature Sheet M/S with Singapore Stamp Championship 2004 Overprint

The miniature sheet is very unique because it features two mosques that can be found in Malaysia and China. The Niujie Mosque is the oldest and biggest Mosque in Beijing, China and it has been in existence for over 1000 years. Its beautiful architecture is a striking combination of Chinese design and Islamic features and was masterminded by an Arab scholar during the Liao Dynasty.

The Kampung Hulu Mosque from Malaysia can be found in the state of Malacca. It was built in 1728 during the Dutch occupation  and was built to replace the first mosque of the city. It architecture appears typically Chinese, inspired by the pagodas of China.




Price USD9.90




Price USD2.50