Sep 14, 2009

Who owns Rasa Sayang Eh? Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Malaysian, or Singaporean?

The Indian version:

The Chinese version:

The Indonesian version:

The Malaysian version:

The 3 in 1 (Singaporean, Malaysian and Indonesian) version:


2Lt Peh Hoo Guan said...

in this modern era, claiming certain culture belong to certain race or nation is not relevant time passes, people start to assimilate with each other generation by generation...isn't it beautiful to live in a country where peoples share their culture each other?? nowadays we can see chinese eating budu and ulam, indian learning wushu and lion dance, isn't it beautiful??

to live with each other, all Malaysians have to assimilate to other culture so that we are well mixed and understand each other...

vasantarao appalasamy said...

true fren..

lets we learn each others culture..

busybody said...

Even "culture" as we practice now is an assimilation of other cultures from thousands of years past. Well said peh hoo guan.

busybody said...

the Hindi version is actually from a 1950s movie shot in Singapore. I doubt any Indian origin.