Saturday, September 13, 2008

5 reasons i like being a Malaysian chinese...

1. i can sing 'Happy Birthday' song wif no pronunciation problem at all... try watch the taiwanese series n when they sing 'Happy Birthday' song... aish... beh tahan lah... they cannot pronounce the 'th' as in the 'f' but instead they pronounce it the 'st' way... so it sounds like 'burstday' instead of 'burfday'...

2. same goes wif 'Thank you'... try watch zhang zi yi at the mtv movie awards... aiyer... malu-nye... keep saying 'Sank-you to all my fans' =_=

3. FOOD, oh... glorious food!!! there's no need to elaborate in this n all malaysian shout :
Satay, teh tarik, rendang, nasi lemak, kampua n kompia... haha
everyone plz laugh out loud : HAHAHA Mr-ah-watever-his-name-is-i-don-care-coz-his-name-
is-not-even-worthy-to-be-mention-here-mad

5. and finally... we get to noe FRIENDS from so many races n learn to speak so many dialects n eat so many different stuff... yeah!!!!

someitmes its easy to get angry at certain ppl but i take it as an eye-opener n a chance to pray for our country more.... together we can go through this hardship n rejoice in being a MALAYSIAN!!!

6 comments:

thegoz said...

the first two reasons are because of your flawless pronunciation of the english language. u shud add german and malay(well not everyone can pronounce this language properly tho, malays included :P so sad..) as well.

haha.... that guy's ahmad ismail btw. n i assure u he doesn't represent the opinion of the majority of the malays like how he consistently boast.

malaysia boleh..yay...

Pat said...

wow... u r fast haha...

first 2 reasons are also because i watch too much taiwanese n chinese series at home right now...haha

but i do think penang is a very happening place... haha

phebe said...

hey pat, i totally agree with ur post!! *grins*

kedekut said...

Even pronouncing 'th' as 'f' is incorrect too. When I worked abroad *feigns intecligence* Caucasians taught me to pronounce 'th' correctly by biting my own tongue *ouch*. Deutsche Telekom and Siemens engineers were even pronouncing 'the' as 'ze'.

Incredibly Wednesday is actually pronounced "Wenz-day" instead of "Wed-nes-day". OK I lose outright to Patrizia when it comes to Foochow, Mandarin and Deutsch.

Zhang Zi Yi can pronounce anything she likes... Zhang Zi Yi and Zhang Shao Han are sizzling hot.

That petrifying CERN Large Hadron Collider thingy is located quite close to Deutschland by the way...

Sihan said...

lol

What's pronunciation got to do with LHC???

btw, this post makes me proud as a Malaysian Chinese

Pat said...

haha... u guys r so random... can talk about anything anytime at anyplace...