The truth is Merdeka is only big in Peninsular Malaysia, while Malaysia Day is a big affair for those in Sabah and Sarawak. Why aren’t steps being taken to ensure both celebrations are relevant to all Malaysians?
Malaysians from all walks of life reminisce about their childhood and what Malaysia Day means to them.
In lifting the spirits of Malaysians and injecting a sense of patriotism, a series of activities have been lined up by the Information Department of Malaysia, ahead of the National Day, and Malaysia Day celebrations.
Malaysia Day is an opportunity for Malaysia to show the world that even a pandemic will not stop us from rising up again to create a prosperous and sustainable economy for all and stay united as one nation.
Let this Malaysia Day be a reminder for us to see how fortunate we are to call ourselves Malaysians despite our different backgrounds.
Commemorate Merdeka and Malaysia Day with Astro’s Malaysiaku Channel (CH700) that will feature 40 inspiring Malaysian movies and documentaries.
Malaysians can learn a lot from their Sabahan and Sarawakian friends.