In showing our appreciation and moral support to all Malaysians, especially the frontlines in the battling the COVID-19, the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) has invited a group of local artists from a different ethnic backgrounds to record a song titled “Bersama, Kita Pasti Menang” (Together, We will win) in the hope of strengthening the spirit of togetherness and solidarity among all Malaysians to battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The song titled “Bersama, Kita Mesti Menang” has made its debut on social media platforms at 2pm today, and is delivered in Bahasa Malaysia and were performed by Josiah Hogan, Wincci Soo and popular Acapella group Colour of Voices, consisting of Jeffery Goh Choon Yik, Muhammad Ikhwan Shah, Krutika Muralidharan, Mohd Juhairee, Asnal Nashriq, and Jaswan Abdullah.
This music video, which is produced by ACCCIM with the support from NCCIM has also received support from the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia. Minister YB Dato’ Seri Saifuddin Abdullah also made his special appearance in the music video and delivered a message urging all Malaysians to stay united and win this war against the Covid-19.
The music video also featured our National badminton legend Datuk Wira Lee Chong Wei, NCCIM and ACCCIM President Tan Sri Datuk Ter Leong Yap and local artists including Andi Bernadee, Jeryl Lee, Masya Masyita, film producer David Teo, Hun Haqeem, Shima Anuar,Nina Iskandar,Intan Ladyana and Dayang Areeda.
According to Tan Sri Datuk Ter, this song is intended to inject positive energy to the front-liners for their dedications and sacrifices, for public and private sectors, for employers and employees in confronting these unprecedented challenges. He also calls on all Malaysians to work together in this difficult moment and win this war against the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are calling for more mutual tolerance and understanding with each other while staying united to overcome this pandemic together with love and care for each other. ACCCIM and our 17 constituent members have always been committed in promoting national unity and charity, which is also one of the core values of ACCCIM’s vision.”
Tan Sri Ter also thanks the overwhelming support received from both private and public sectors, involving private media organizations and the National TV and Radio stations, in making this song a success.
He believes that with the supports, we are able to deliver an inspiring message of the song to the masses.
“In face of these unprecedented challenges, it is important for both Government and private sectors to work together closely. We are thankful that, during this tough time, the Government has been engaging with NCCIM, ACCCIM as well as other industry associations frequently to come out with possible and effective solutions to help the people and businesses to sail through this tough time. The Chambers will also continue to work closely with the government to provide inputs and suggestions to formulate strategies to help stabilize and turn around the economy and help businesses to restart. “