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Written by straits-mongrel   
Monday, 14 September 2009 16:46


Yup, Black will be there. And so will Meor (below). They'll be singing a little gift to the nation - Anak Bangsa Malaysia, the song. The duo were at the Rumah Anak Bangsa Malaysia on Sunday rehearsing the number apart from bonding with fellow Malaysians.




The afternoon at RABM was a literal beehive. A troop of Anak Bangsa Malaysia was over at the house to help set up for the launch on Wednesday, which is by no coincidence Hari Malaysia.


Living room discussion: Haris going through details of the evening with Ee Chia and an unseen lamp-post.


Queens of SABM: These people can really get things moving; i kid you not.


The chairs have been laid. All it takes is you. Will you?

Once again:

The Event: Launch of Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia

Day and date: Wednesday, Sept 16, 2009


Rumah Anak Bangsa Malaysia

66 Lorong Setiabistari 1

Bukit Damansara, KL

Time: Come and register at 6pm

Simple buka puasa meal will follow.

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Philip Sta. Maria |2009-09-19 05:21:55

This is something that is long overdue! Well done!
Forgive me for being a simpleton but, how do I join (I can't find a link that let's me join)?
James Selvaraj Sundram  - Nil |2009-09-25 11:09:53
Need To Rethink OUr Education System

If only we can revert to the days when the national schools attracted the best students and schools heads were selected on merit regardless of race we had the makings of a dynamic nation of Malaysians who though proud of their ethnicity thought,felt and dreamed as Malaysians. With the advent of Islamasation of the national schools and the replacement of the Rukun Negara with prayers in Arabic during school assemblies, the non muslims were felt that there were not the mainstream of society. This provided the fuel for the Chinese and Tamil Educationist to push for schools in Tamil and Mandarin thus creating divisions amongest the Malaysians of different ethinic backgrounds. If only the we could have a common education system and returned to meritocracy while ensuring that the disadvantaged are not left behind we will be able to forge a dynamic nation of truely Malaysians.
Daniel Tan  - Mr |2009-12-30 13:01:40
Dear All,

I saw an article about this site and intention but just didn't have time to log in, but the newspaper cutting was with me all the while.

I am glad that we have Malaysians like you out there that believes in the spirit of 1 people, 1 nation regardless of colour of our skin.

Count me in and do keep me posted in all your activities in advance so that i can join and support this initiative, to make a better Malaysia that is being torn apart by Politicians!

Cheers and Happy New Year.

Daniel Tan
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