Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Bangsa Malaysia goes to Penang

ONE PEOPLE, ONE NATION. As promised, the Bangsa Malaysia movement, which was born during the Merdeka month at the Blog House in Kuala Lumpur, will journey to Penang. The event is part of the organisers' plan to take the Bangsa Malaysia movement nationwide.

Event: Malam Bangsa Malaysia
Date & Time: Nov 3, 2007 from 8pm
Venue: Dewan Sri Pinang (Room A), Pulau Pinang.

The forum is limited to 200 persons, who must be invited and who will each pay RM10 (Ringgit Sepuloh Sahaja). Speakers include prominent lawyers Malik Imtiaz and Haris Ibrahim, political analyst Khoo Kay Peng, and Lim Chong Keat.

Want to know how to get invited? Click here.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

what with all this bangsa malaysia?

after born, bred & worked for the last 45yrs...
i am not a malaysian?
so what am i?... a singaporean ke?

lucia said...

p. ramakrishnan, aliran president is also a speaker.

spy said...

Facts

* Rasa Sayange was believed to be written by a Malukunese named Paulus Pea. His little brother, 93 year-old Edward Pea, is one of the living witness of this historical fact. There is no written proof for this.
* The use of 'e' at the end of 'Sayange' is a unique dialect of Ambonese Malay, which distinguish them with the other tribes in Malay Archipelago.
* "Rasa Sayange" song was recorded by PT Lokananta, Solo, Indonesia on August 15, 1962 on gramophone disc. The master copy of this first record is still kept by PT Lokananta. This is known as the first recording of this song in the world.
* The gramophone disc was distributed as souvenirs to the participants of the 1962 Asian Games IV in Jakarta, and the "Rasa Sayange" song was one of the Indonesian folklores on the disc, together with other folklores such as Sorak-sorak Bergembira, O Ina ni Keke and Sengko Sengko Dainang
* Since 1960's "Rasa Sayange" song has been introduced to kindergarten children, making it one of the most popular folklores in Indonesia.
* In 2007, Malaysia controversially claims this song as a Malay Archipelago folklore.

spy said...

Facts

* Rasa Sayange was believed to be written by a Malukunese named Paulus Pea. His little brother, 93 year-old Edward Pea, is one of the living witness of this historical fact. There is no written proof for this.
* The use of 'e' at the end of 'Sayange' is a unique dialect of Ambonese Malay, which distinguish them with the other tribes in Malay Archipelago.
* "Rasa Sayange" song was recorded by PT Lokananta, Solo, Indonesia on August 15, 1962 on gramophone disc. The master copy of this first record is still kept by PT Lokananta. This is known as the first recording of this song in the world.
* The gramophone disc was distributed as souvenirs to the participants of the 1962 Asian Games IV in Jakarta, and the "Rasa Sayange" song was one of the Indonesian folklores on the disc, together with other folklores such as Sorak-sorak Bergembira, O Ina ni Keke and Sengko Sengko Dainang
* Since 1960's "Rasa Sayange" song has been introduced to kindergarten children, making it one of the most popular folklores in Indonesia.
* In 2007, Malaysia controversially claims this song as a Malay Archipelago folklore.