Sunday, July 26, 2009

Yasmin Ahmad, A ONE-Malaysian Lady..

Yes, she is indeed a true Malaysian, one lady we should be proud of to have in our nation, Malaysia, one lady who never separates one race from another, one lady who is trying to bring unity to racial harmony.... she is one true gutsy lady .... I salute her...

Regardless of "bomb fires" directed to her by ministries and some media, she thrived on, producing true Malaysian life, a life we as Malaysians should be, the peace and harmony with one another regardless of our skin colour. I salute her....

Yasmin Ahmad, I love your shows and the video clips that you produced depicting our typical malaysian life, they are masterpieces.... they are really our malaysian facts of life ... I salute YOU!

Malaysia truly need people like you.... hope your legacy lives on and on....

(I read her blog just now... one of her posts was about Teoh Beng Hock and condolences pouring in for him and she replying to some... it is just unbelievable that she is also gone...)

YASMIN AHMAD is TRULY SOLE - ONE MALAYSIAN

28 comments:

  1. what a great loss. i so sad that she is gone. :(

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  2. yes..without her, there might not be any more true facts of malaysian life movies,video clips that depict harmony and unity regardless of who and what we are...

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  3. yes, indeed a GREAT loss to our nation. she is indeed special, as u put it, true gusty lady.

    may u rest in peace Yasmin Ahmad :(

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  4. yes, it is indeed a loss.. she never gives up though she received a lot of negative feedback from certain quarters..

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  5. Yup, Malaysia lost a very talented film-maker with a big heart. I like her movies...May her soul rest in peace...amen

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  6. RIP Yasmin Ahmad... a great loss indeed ;(

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  7. Yes, TV commercials could never be the same without Yasmin!

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  8. I only got to know this morning...it came as a shock to me for i always respect Yasmin, she is really a shining example for all of us... to integrate into One Malaysian..
    yes, a great loss to the movie industry, no more tv commercials that have a different value from others...

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  9. Superbly written, a truly fitting tribute indeed! Hers was one of the earliest blogs I read but since I started my own, I have not dropped by... I just hopped over for a look and it did not feel like she is gone, and there is no indication at all that she would be leaving so soon. Man proposes, God disposes...and only He holds tomorrow for all of us. May she rest in peace.

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  10. yes, STP, when i read her blog, it is like she is still here.. i mean .. she is not sick or anything like it at all.. she is even shocked to hear about teoh's death.. and now suddenly she is also the one gone from our lives..
    one thing we learn here... we do not expect the unexpected to happen, so, lets not take each other for granted, life is indeed precious and lets treasure each other more...

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  11. mmm so bad we lose a hero in malaysia :(

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  12. I love her movies too... awww sooo sad....

    Now have to take care of our food lerr... scared got stroke.. T_T

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  13. Hi Reanclaire, guess I am in the dark as who she was, but I'm sure judging from your warm tributes of her, she must be a great lady, one whose name deserves to be carved in stone in the Hall of Fame.
    Best regards, Lee.

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  14. hi U. Lee, Yasmin is one unique lady in the movie industry, she made her movies in a form of a Malaysia society we would love to have despite lots of controversies from other parties... pray that her legacy will be long remembered and be taken over by someone as gutsy and talented as her...

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  15. Thank you for all the beautiful, heart-warming and touching commercials and movies, Yasmin. May you rest in peace.

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  16. I read all her post till 1am yesterday. She's such and amazing lady and much respected by all Malaysian. It's really sad.. life is short and sudden, first it's MJ and now Yasmin Ahmad. Rest in peace Yasmin.

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  17. yes..agree with u all, she is truly amazing..u can see from her interviews that she is a very determined lady and yet so humble.. so down to earth being.. she is true classic lady..

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  18. RIP Yasmin. She was a great lady!

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  19. She was indeed one great lady..RIP yasmin..
    I will miss her TV commercial too.. :(

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  20. i got to know it this morning on my way to work. A great loss indeed. RIP Yasmin Ahmad.

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  21. just now i mananged to read all her posts in her 2nd blog, she sounded so escastic about her forthcoming movie as well, her movies are on human bonding, just like MJ's song, Heal the world....from her, heal the country, make it a better place, for u and for me and the entire human race...

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  22. hey next time dunno will still have a good Petronas advertisement boh huh during CNY, Raya and Deepavali...

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  23. I can only pray for more of Yasmin Ahmad coming our way, then we can be more ONE malaysia.....

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  24. Amy, Eugene....i hope there is some yasmin ahmads around who can produce such unity in advertisements or in movies alike.. yes..pray..

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  25. It is truly a great loss. I have watched one of her drama, "Sepet". Is nice!

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  26. yes, Sepet was the first movie I seen .. i was amazed too..

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