Wednesday, 25 August 2010
FuFu Malaysia Project - Introduction & Episode 1
FuFu's giant heart is always there for Malaysia.
FuFu Malaysia Project
24th August - 16th September 2010 | Introduction and Episode 1
In conjunction with our 53th National Day and 47th Malaysia Day, i decided to carry out a FuFu Merdeka* and Malaysia Project, stuff all about how FuFu loves his country since he was born until 2010. One more week to go until all Malaysians celebrating Independence Day. Hence i would like to share a picture with a short story every day until 31st August. If you like this, please share it on your Facebook. Telling everyone that FuFu is loving Malaysia even though he has been away from the country since eight years ago. Also a full report will be posted here sooner. Stay tuned!
Let's show our patriotism to our beloved motherland! Never ever pissed of with the recent scandals please, instead we should be unity to shape the country better. We can't live without any party. Just like Umno, MCA and MIC* walked together hand in hand until we could finally claim our independence from the British. One Malaysia, One FuFu.
Merdeka* = Independent in Malaysia Language
Umno, MCA and MIC* = Initially the three major ruling parties represent ethnic Malay, Chinese and Indian respectively, forming Barisan National with other parties. Now Barisan National is the major political coalition in Malaysia.
p.s. 1 : FuFu just wanna let you guys know he loves his country very much.
p.s. 2 : No matter where he goes, FuFu will still carry his Malaysian passport and proudly tell people from other part of the world that he is from Malaysia.
p.s. 3 : Please don't give up because of the current pictures we are showing the world. We are still young and need a perfect timing to get the train back on track. Trust me, the captain will soon lead everyone to a better arena.
23/08/2010 | Curitiba, Brazil |
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Episode 1 : "Aku Anak Malaysia" (I am a child of Malaysia)
It was a dark, cold and stormy night......
"Wah~wah~wah~wah...". (Benn pulling out. The air is fresh.)
"Congratulation madam, boy!". (Huuh, you, you dare looking at my little birdie!)
"Wah, wah, wah, wah...". (Mummy, she is looking at my...)
Ok ok, it wasn't really cold or stormy. I guess it was in fact, hot and sticky. But it was dark, alright nights are always dark. LOL Also I added those dialogue just to make the whole opening sounds nicer.
I was born on the 22nd March, 1981. The first son of the family. My mother is a very typical woman. She always wanted to have boy, thus i was the best gift from the god after my sister. My grandfather wanted me to be strong and rich, hence he named me as Ching Fu (振富). Chinese believes that name is very important to a person. Believe it or not, it will indirectly influence your personality and shape your life eventually. I dare to say i am stronger than anyone. I dare flying to a complete different country to do my Bachelor Degree, meeting my ever first online friend in NYC, travelling around the world alone, facing any challenge positively. I am also rich! Rich doesn't need to be in monetary. (Well i was rich, was a millionaire). But rather freedom, wisdom, family, friends, innovations, dreams etc. I am glad that i am rich and gifted with all these stuff.
So, my paternal side is originated from Fujian Province, China. Hence Hokkien (福建話) was rung a familiar tone in my ears since the day i was born until i learn to speak the dialect. I speak Hokkien with my family, paternal grandparents side family and relatives. My maternal side is originated from Guangdong Province, south of China where Hakka (客家話) is commonly spoken. Therefore i speak Hakka with my maternal side relatives. Cantonese is the language mainly spoken among the Chinese in the village. Also Hong Kong serial dramas are popular in Malaysia. Not only Taiwanese dramas we like to watch but also Cantonese series. I studied Mandarin at the local vernacular Chinese Primary School for six years. These are the reasons why i can speak so many languages and dialects besides English and Malaysia Language.
Conclusion, i am proud to be a Malaysian. My Japanese Professor once asking me if i ever given another chance to reborn, what nationality would i choose. Frankly, without pausing a second, i answered Malaysia! I am glad that i was growing up in Malaysia. With the unique diversity of people, as you can see how many languages and dialects i speak, there's no second doubt for me not to choose Malaysia as the place i wanna settle down and raise up my kids (if God allows) in the future. Malaysia Truly Asia, the only perfect place that we can produce multi-lingual people. What are you pondering now? Go back to Malaysia and raise up your kids there!
You can share this story on your Facebook. Let's spread the Merdeka mood. One Malaysia, One FuFu.
Aku = I in Malaysia Language
Anak = Kid/boy/girl in Malaysia Language
24/08/2010 | Curitiba, Brazil |
--------- A different Cantonese Version | 不一樣的粵語版本 ---------
落地生根 生児育女 傳中接代 一代又一代
都幾搞笑架 仲幾得意添 因為我地見到吾同既人
去到日本 又多左一個日文 無法子啦
開頭都幾辛苦架 好彩識少少漢字 日文都有漢字架嗎
以前係用英日辞典 架下就用日英辞典 死啦 点算好啊
吾似以前講得咁流利順暢囉 講下停下 仲要諗返忘記左既字添
希望返到大馬 可以補一補 講返一口流利既英文呀
我吾係什麼語言天才 只係由小講到大 慣左姐
仲有呀 細老仔学野好快架 超不可思議呀
我又入銭你袋啦 記住呀 我D讀者朋友叔伯兄弟們