Just want to play this song for someone special.
I'm taking a break from the usual political nonsense.
By the way, the singer lives in China, but she is a good Malaysian.
If you don't know her, ask a Chinese friend....if you have one.
You are wasting your time. Your fucking melayu readers can't tell their asses from the hole in the ground.ReplyDelete
and your DAP friends called me a racist :-)Delete
A wise man once said : you are what you say ...Delete
you called yourself first class citizen in Malaysia? Your rotten smelly donkey ass....
Seems like You talk, Fart and Shit from he same *Hole*...so please dont open your mouth larr..
Suka hati kau la labuuuuuuDelete
I don't bother to know any Chinese singers because Chinese language is considered 'not music to my ears '. I prefer listening to Japanese songs anytime as they are soothing. To me, Chinese language is 'crass ' just like Tamil. Japanese language is akin to Hindi which is 'melodious'!
too bad. It's your loss, actually.Delete
but I like that old 80's song 'Shanghai Bridge'..... sounded okey to me, back then.Delete
Orang melayu Islam sila tonton video ini.ReplyDelete
Special day? Happy April Fools Day! Or happy Greek Cypriot National Day! Or Happy Thai New Year's Day (traditional)! Or happy birthday! Hope you had a great day.ReplyDelete
Hi Annie, new here. Had read your archive post from March 2014 to the recent and nodded to all… but the anonymous comments were dreadful.. I sure hope they are just trojan and not the real Malaysians. Here are some of my rantsReplyDelete
1.I’m not ashamed of being Malaysian. But I’m ashamed of our government incompetency handling the MH370. Government indeed owe apology to the MH370 next of kin and the world. Is it so hard to say sorry.. sigh.. ? If it helps for the citizen to say sorry… we would say sorry on behalf of the government.
2.It seems irrelevant to question the loyalty of Malaysian who joins the foreign media to condemn incompetency of Malaysia handling MH370. One don’t need to move out of Malaysia to condemn right? Its freedom of speech… ba.. Why equate condemner to a traitor? How would you label those anonymous commenters in your blogs who are fellow Malaysians but condemning each other… sigh. I agree with aunty that your post is little bit extreme.. I’m sure if Malaysia is under physical attack, (touch wood) , we will stand united with Malaysia. Tanah tumpah darahku..
3.What piss me off are the China artist and media asking to boycott Malaysia because of MH370. How will boycott help to find the MH370? I’m fully on Malaysia side on this case.
4.Why equate children studying in vernacular school are less patriotic than those in national school? I don’t send my kids to vernacular because of its superior education or planning to move to our origin.. I’m from SK and my regret would be not able to read and write in Chinese. Studying is for knowledge .. the more the better.. Those from vernacular school may speak with slang and error… even Malay dont speak in proper Bahasa nowadays in daily communication .. as long understand sesama Malaysian sudahla.. unless u r a perfectionist or writing karanagan .. ba.. This is already Malaysia culture ..why only now it is a concern?
5.Di mana perginya tata susila wahai orang Malaysia… ngapa komen-komen rata-ratanya kasar sangat bahasanya..dan melibatkan anatomi anatomi manusia.. tsk tsk tsk..
norick..go ask the RBA first. and if you hv time..go and read the whole lot of curses and insults by RBA and the pakatan supporters in their blogs and so on..Delete
just try to pretend as a gov supporter and you'll be cursed within seconds..