(Song of the Year – KAY TSE Music: Christopher Chak Lyrics: Wyman Wong Composer: Gary Tong Producer: Alvin Leong)
曾經在乎一切 被突然摧毀 剎那比沙更細
得到過 又猝逝 也有一種智慧
(The ladders I’ve climbed, the bodies I’ve hugged,
Matters I’ve taken seriously are destroyed and became finer than sand.
A wonderful night and beautiful scene went off track unwarranted,
To let me learn to let go of everything.
The once-a-hundred-year beauty,
I have had and lost it – it still is a sort of wisdom.)
Malaysia has welcomed back political veteran Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as its seventh prime minister.
Previously leading the long-ruling Barisan Nasional from 1981 to 2003, the 92-year-old premier now leads Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope) to form a new government. Other than seeking Anwar Ibrahim’s earlier release from prison, the new government also promised to abolish goods and service tax (GST), and to review the country’s loans from China.
It is a new page in Malaysian history and many are putting a lot of hope in the new government. Mahathir is going to appoint Anwar’s wife Wan Azizah as the deputy prime minister, while waiting for Anwar to make a political comeback to take over as the 8th prime minister of Malaysia. Continue reading “The hard work begins now”