In 2012, we release the first awakening series album – “Green Grass Home” to send the message of bringing up our children in a green environment by protecting the surrounding area and the condition of their hearts. We are hoping that through this song the general public will aware of the importance of giving our next generation a green environment. To start, we need to start from our own and extend to the society and even the whole country.
May 2013, Raymond composed another song “Woo Yeah Woo 五月五 (5th of May)” to encourage all Malaysians back to their own town to vote for the general election whether they were abroad or reside in Malaysia. The message is clear, the future of our country will lay on your vote whether you like it or not. We invited brothers, sisters and friends to get involved in this MV by taking their own photos and videos so that we can joint force to make this happen. The response is amazingly great and we received many of them to make this MV a successful one. Not only so, the youtube view was breaking our own record of a whopping 20,000+ views excluding views shared on Facebook. Even though it is not a huge one compared to others but we are so thrilled about it because we get a good response from the social medias.
Raymond continued to compose another song “Sekeluarga 無牆的家” for Malaysians telling all Malaysians that we are in one family and we ought to support one another and to live in harmony. We have a breakthrough as well in this song as we created another Bahasa version. This is the first time we ever have Malay song. Praise God for that! All in all, we do hope that this song will bring the harmony among Malaysians even though we are different in skin and culture.
These things we have done for our society and country are actions to say that we truly love our country and want the best for our homeland. They might be small yet positive, they might not be great but they bring effects. We pray that God will use us more in this area so that we can give our best to inject the positive message to our society. As quoted from the 35th president of the United States “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.”
Happy Birthday, Malaysia! Happy Malaysia Day!