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1996: Friends Again
Reminds us that a friend is one of the nicest things you can have, and one of the best things you can be.
1997: Lee Yen’s Best Friend
The date on the calendar shows 15 May, the beginning of the state of emergency in 1969.
1998: Different Worlds
From 1996-1998, Hari Raya Puasa and Chinese New Year fell on the same Hari Raya Puasa week. A double celebration that gave birth to the term ‘Kongsi Raya’.
1999 & 2000: Reunion
Reinforces that regardless our various beliefs and background, there is a place for us all in this land, my friend.
2001: Little Stick
Chopsticks originated in ancient China as early as 1766BC. It represents unity because they always come in pairs.
2002: Brudders
One of the very unique things about being Malaysian is that regardless of where we started from, each culture is celebrated by all.
2003: Once Were Rivals
No matter what the problem or situation, somehow love always has a way of turning things around and bringing people together.
2005: Poh Poh’s Gift
Filmed in the Year of the Rooster, the film was inspired by the characteristics of the bird, i.e, they figure things out and are known to be able to plan for success on their own too.
2006: My Son
Tells us that no matter how successful or how far travelled, we must remember that love of family is life’s greatest blessings.
2007: Old Folks
Reminds us that there is a difference between being alone and being lonely. Both should not be an effect of growing old.
2008: Nobody’s Child
We may have our little differences with our parents, but we need to be reminded that not every one has been blessed with family. We need to be more conscientious of the ties that bind.
2009: One More Day
This film triggered conversations on social networks, not before tugging at a few heartstrings. One such user was prompted to reconcile with his father after just having an argument with him.
2010: Elephant Man
Children may not always understand their parents. Why their parents do the things they do, or even say what they do. One thing is for sure though, they do it all in the best interest of their children.
2011: Their Hopes
Reveals the thoughts of the elderly in today’s society where parents are often taken for granted as their children pursue success and independence.
2012: Coming Home
Celebrates the spirit of resilience, determination and adaptability in turning challenges into opportunities.
2013: Tau Fu Fah
The Chinese characters on the cart and restaurant read ‘Tau Fu Fah’. The ‘Fu’ also sounds like ‘Fook’ which represents good fortune.
2014: Young Hearts
A film that inspires us to live every day to its fullest, while still emulating the golden values from yesteryear.
2015: Coming Home
A celebration of the ties that bind. No matter the challenge or barrier, we go to lengths to be with family.