Malaysia – a copy cat nation – Part II

If you remember my old entry about Malaysia – a copycat nation, I blogged about the lack of originality in Malaysia. I spoke about how our Malaysian flag is similar to the US flag and also how our national anthem is similar to a 1940s songs, Mamula Moon by Felix Mendelssohn and His Hawaiian Serenaders.

Strangely, my old entry was copied by one xxess, a Malaysian student. In fact, he copied a substantial part of this website and called it his own.

You can read about it at

But this entry is not about Malaysia being a copycat nation. This entry is about the evolvement of our artistic capability.

The newly launched show produced by our very own Ah-Niu is a very clear example. The show, Ice Kacang Puppy Love is an excellent show starred by many Malaysian artists. Highly recommended to everyone to watch this show.

The other example is the song “What you waiting for” by Mizz Nina feat. Colby O’Donis. When I first hear it, I thought its some pop song from US. Then I realised that “Kuala Lumpur” was mentioned in the song!

Malaysia boleh!

3 thoughts on “Malaysia – a copy cat nation – Part II”

  1. quite like ah niu especially with his down to earth quirky Chinese songs. The lyrics are a blast. didn’t know he’s ventured into videography. =)

      1. Thanks buddy I really appreciate it, so coincidental am stayin in a hotel within walking distance. wanted to reply you from the old post, twice but din register. THANKS AGAIN! =)

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