I think Malaysia needs to review it's efforts so far in extending help to Japan.
Judging by news reports, countries on the other side of the world have already deployed rescue teams while Malaysia, located in the same region, has yet to do so.
In fact, Malaysia has done quite the opposite -- the awesome people at Berita Harian made the intelligent decision of using the disaster as a joke in their paper. Way to go, douches.
For those of you who want to help with the Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief efforts, you may visit this link to make donations: http://twe.ly/Ongb.
(Charities listed in the link accept PayPal donations. It will ask for an email address and password for registration but don't let that stop you. Network for Good, the organization running the service, will charge a 5% grant (tax-deductible if you're in the US) so 100% of your funds go to the charities you've selected.)
I'm looking for (local and international) organizations, that will help rescue animals in Tokyo, to make donations to. Also, I haven't been able to find any links for Malaysians to make donations via e.g. online banking, or really, any tax-deductible donation options available to Malaysians. If you know of any, please share them here.
[Edit: 6.32pm March 16th]
I found a coalition of three groups -- HEART-Tokushima, Animal Garden Niigata and Japan Cat Network, that is raising funds to help rescue animals in Japan and they are accepting donations.
Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support
If you need a little nudge: think of your donation as thanks for the Japanese's bidet toilets; great food & snacks; world-class customer service and; hilarious variety shows.
Although, you shouldn't be needing a nudge.