Malaysian advertisements are known to touch us in one way or another, and there are some that just has us bawling our eyes out!
Malaysia’s Independence Day is just around the corner, although with a pandemic on our shoulders, it is hardly a reality to celebrate such a day with a big grand gesture.
Let’s take a look back at some tear jerking advertisements that will make us smile, laugh, and remember that we’re Malaysians standing united!
1. Getaran Pertama
Released in 2019, with over 3 million views to date!
Following the journey of Ahmad Merican who is a music supervisor of Radio Malaya and a very good friend of his, Tony Fonseka who’s not just a music teacher but a music conductor. Their adventure of taking on a task by Tunku Abdul Rahman to fulfil his wish of wanting to see everyday Malayans sing in one voice, regardless of race, background or creed to the birth of Malaysian’s new nation!
Following an adventure of a young British lady who was sent to Malaysia in the 70’s as a teacher. She was sent to teach but found that the people in Malaysia thought her far more lessons than she could imagine. Follow Emma’s journey as she makes Malaysia her forever home.
3. Karya Hati Malaysia
Watsons shows us how Malaysians truly are, the feeling failing and getting back on our feet!
4. Sebuah Iklan Merdeka
Traveling abroad is certainly something that many of us wanted when we were younger, but not everyone had the luxury of being able to see the world. Follow A boy as he is peer pressured after seeing his friends traveling abroad while he travels with his father in Malaysia.
5. Malaysia Airlines
See how Malaysia Airlines creates their special aircraft bearing the Jalur Gemilang!
6. We Stand United
Digi shows us how the internet has thought us one great thing, “nothing should divide us, when there’s so much that unites us”.
7. Pride In Diversity
A creative take where Samsung shows, Malaysians singing the national anthem all around Malaysia!
Which of these was your favourite? Let us know in the comments below!
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