Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Support from Celebrities.

Hey rakyat Malaysia,
As we're busy  promoting our campaign, I'd like for all of you to know that there are fellow Malaysian celebrities who support us too. They show their support by retweeting and inviting people around Malaysia to take part and support our Malaysian-lah Campaign this coming Saturday 3rd April 2010.
Here's some proof:

Post by : Nadirah Tareh

Monday, March 29, 2010

4 days to go!

Darn, the day of the event is getting nearer and I'm getting nervous....
Things are starting to fall in to place and we're getting excited!!! and nervous... Did I mention there are nervous feelings involved??
Anyway, top story for today. We were on TV!!!! Well sort of.
Our group leader and Head of School went on Malaysia Hari Ini and talked about our campaign... So cool. The video is below. But don't forget to RSVP on our events page! -> http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=108304269188867&index=1

With Love,

Friday, March 26, 2010

Celebrating differences

Countdown : 5 days to campaign!

So, we have actress Sharifah Amani, rap star Joe Flizzow, Malaysian Idol Danell Lee, award-winning lyricist Pete Teoh, celebrity Jojo Struys, comedian Andrew Netto, Malay Mail editor Irwan Abdul Rahman, band An Honest Mistake, and many more MALAYSIANS coming together to celebrate as Malaysians.

Are you with us?
It's the celebration-LAH!


Wednesday, March 24, 2010



Today was our second Flash Mob in SEGi University college! (For people who didn't know what Flash Mob is, flash mob is a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse, and for our campaign, is to sing our national anthem NEGARAKU)

 Randomly sang the national anthem at a campaign in Multi Purpose Hall, the crowd stopped whatever they were doing, stood still and salute as the national anthem was sang by our fellow Malaysians.  

Look at the guy in green! That's the spirit!

Yeah turn off your lights on the 27th this month!

Can anyone be more patriotic than Alison?! hahahahha

Look out for updates and STOP, STAND, SALUTE as we celebrating us as ANAK MALAYSIA!


Monday, March 22, 2010

" 1Malaysia has always been around us"

The phrase " 1 Malaysia" may be have just been coined and became popular only recently,but its spirit has always been around us, for a long time.
 Thats what the NPC - Tan Sri SM Nasimudin 1Malaysian of the Year award recipient, cartoonist Datuk Mohd Nor Khalid- or better known as Lat- thinks of the 1Malaysia concept.
 The NationalPress Club (NPC) bestowed Lat with the prestigious award for his amusing depiction of multi-racial Malaysia in his drawings- which often included characters of various Malaysian ethnicities.
 Lat and his cartoons are well-loved by Malaysian from all walk of life, and it was evident during the Naza-NPC 2010 awards night when he was bombarded with photograph requests from him many fans.
 The 59-year-old Perakian refused to be called as 1Malaysia icon.
 " People used to ask me back then why i would draw a Punjabi man wearing a turban in my cartoons," Lat told The Malay Mail.
" But to me there's nothing strange in that.What i'm drawing is what is actually around us,in our multi-racial society. When i illustrate a crowd of people,of course there's going to be different types of Malaysian characterts in it."
 " It's normal thing for me. I had many school friends who were of different races. This multi-racial spirit which now we call 1Malaysia has always been here, for years," said Lat, who started out his working career as a crime reporter with a Malay daily, Berita Harian.
" I'm just pleased and happy that my cartoons can inspire many Malaysians, which to me, is more important and meaningful."
Madha Linna

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Music reflected 1Malaysia.

When i was playing music yesterday along with my friend suddenly this idea popped out from my mind. It was four of us and we all playing different instrument. It came to my attention when i see the differences of instrument that we are playing and all of the instrument sounded uniquely different with each other.Each of the instrument sounded good on their own but when we blended it in together the sound are more significance, interesting, and better. To me it shows that differences make we stronger. Differences backed up each other flaws and differences is beautiful. AND that is how 1Malaysia should be. The differences between us shouldn't be the gap for us, it should be the strength for us to be better as 1Malaysia. So, get yourself into the patriotism spirit and STOP,STAND,SALUTE for our beloved country.
Adios Amigos.
Madha Linna

Interesting Facts about Malaysia ( Gua Nasib Bagus )

The Gua Nasib Bagus also known as the Good Luck Cave located at the island of Borneo, Sarawak is the world’s largest chamber which can easily accommodate a Boeing 747-200.
This cave contains the world’s biggest natural underground chamber. The Gua Nasib Bagus (Sarawak Chamber) is more than 600 metre long and 100 metre high. A caver needs an hour to explore it as the exact size of the chamber is not easy to find out. It is not easy taking a photograph in the chamber as the headlamps are not able to light more than a per mile of the big hall.
Sarawak Chamber is only one room of this huge cavern. The whole passage has enormous size, as do many caves at this park. Despite its size, it is not really difficult to visit this cave but most of the time the passage of the cave is filled with water. It is required that visitors should be able to swim and wear appropriately.

Stephanie Yong