15 September 2009

Malaysia Day


46 years ago, a new nation, Malaysia, came into being, comprising Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore. Singapore today treads a different path but Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak continue to share a common destiny.

I got the intro from here.


It's so simple to understand and yet it begs the question of why we don't have any official celebration to recognise this unity.

In my own small space in the virtual world, let me just say


HAPPY MALAYSIA DAY
EVERYONE!

7 comments:

de minimis said...

Hi Lita

I couldn't agree more. September 16 should be made a public holiday for Malaysia Day with all the celebrations in recognition of the formation of Malaysia.

Estrelita Soliano Grosse said...

de minimis, Thanks for your comment. I appreciate it. I agree that it should be a holiday so we can explain to the children why it is so. :)

Patricia said...

Brilliant idea, Lita.

Happy Malaysia Day to you, too, sweetie :)

zewt said...

Happy Malaysia day, Lita.

Estrelita Soliano Grosse said...

Patricia, Brilliant heh, I think so too! tee hee. :)

Zewt, Nice to see you visiting again! :)

David Chin said...

Yes, it is 46 years since the birth of Malaysia on 16th September 1963.

Estrelita Soliano Grosse said...

David, Many of us agree on this and I wonder when the Government will take this into consideration. :)