Can I use either sentence to introduce myself?

Tan Elaine

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My name is Elaine. I'm from Malaysia.
I'm Elaine. I'm from Malaysia.

Can I use either sentence to introduce myself?

Thanks.
 

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You can say "My name is..." or "I am" or "I'm" or very conversationally "Elaine, from Malaysia."
 
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