To brighten up your afternoon, check this out:
This general election campaign seems to be unleashing the creative talents of many Malaysians. These songs were uploaded by Allan Perera, a familiar name. Thanks to blog contact Jong for the link.
This was the original music video with very creative and difficult to memorise lyrics. (Ahem!) And it has drawn a string of counter-videos.
This one is a classic. A farewell love song.
A music video with a difference, using traditional native music. Many Sabahans are ready for change as well.
Two videos have hit cyberspace, lending a festive song-and-dance air to the campaign. See what you make of them.
It may be a public relations coup of sorts for Najib but what would it do for Michelle Yeoh’s own popularity among Malaysians?
Yasin Sulaiman sings of reformasi and the people’s awakening. The people are standing up and making their votes count.
As the situation in Lahad Datu deteriorated, Najib and Rosmah took to the stage of a youth concert at Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus on Saturday night – but they were promptly overshadowed by screams for three Youtube hearthrobs.
As a pivotal general election looms in Malaysia, online social media tools are playing a prominent role in challenging the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition’s overwhelming dominance of traditional print and broadcast media.