Monday, December 31, 2012

The Best Actor Speech You Never Get to Watch on National TV (Exclusive). New Year Resolutions. Part 2


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BMW- the only international brand that validates an Artiste
The luxurious and quality-renowned BMW brand name is enough to make all other local "mainstream" film awards shows pale in comparison. Self-proclaiming mainstream can be obscene sometimes in their display (where in reality, it only caters to one specific group). I've been unfortunate enough to be surrounded by "blind zombies" (educated or uneducated, all the same type) all my life, and worst, being made look like the enemy to other people in the industry, especially coming from those negative naysayers back in my beginning and struggling Malaysian Idol days (heck, I'm still struggling now). The divisive policies influenced greatly a majority of local directors and producers into seeing narrowly of what's possible because they don't recognise real acting talent when they see one. They only see the superficial and missed out true talents when it's right in front of their eyes. It's like going into a fashion boutique and obsessively only wanting the one colour that attracted your fancy and swore not to try other colours on display (read on "Choosing my Wardrobe" section below). The hiring of talentless but "popular" actors in leading roles based on their superficial factors like race, physique, background, religious dominance or worst - Facebook likes or Twitter followers. Sorry, I don't believe these superficial numbers would translate into quality work produced by that particular "artiste". These superficial factors should come in second or not at all after real talent.

Before the year 2012 ends, I hope these resolutions of mine would give weight and serve as inspiration to your own personal resolutions for year 2013.
1) REPLACE stereotype that stupifies WITH recognising, acknowledging and rewarding real talents, not the superficial like race, religion, qualificiations and status.
2) REPLACE system that corrupts WITH respecting, upholding and nurturing the unique individual first and allow everyone to fulfill their own greatest potential. (here's what my Artiste Training coaching is all about)
3) REPLACE false pride WITH faith in yourself to fight evil that blames, steal and demonise others for selfish gains.

Come back to blog again tomorrow for the last and FINAL part. Wishing everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013 in advance. Let the COUNTDOWN begins!


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Sunday, December 30, 2012

The Best Actor Speech You Never Get to Watch on National TV (Exclusive). How to be Strong in the State of Weakness. Part 3


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This only external make-up, but
internally it's a spiritual war for all of us.
What you can do to be strong:
Do you know that none of the so-called popular artistes in Malaysia dares to make a stand in creating a sustainable industry where everyone regardless of work backgrounds are able to make a living continuously, and to make movies that will open our country's outlook to a more humane, fair, sustaning and advancing quality of life? They should use their special position to make our country a better place for everyone, but instead choose to be silently blind and allow themselves to be paraded around like pretty zombies without a brain to think due to fear that all their fame will be taken away. If a true artiste were to emerge, he/she would:
1) NOT be intimidated  by people perceived to be in power. When you are fearful of "people with power", you are actually giving them more power to use you. Always demand a healthy, robust and differing opinions from others to achieve a healthy democratic relationship. The creative results are always more superior.
2) NOT submit to the use of divisive tactics by powerful politicians in the media based on race, religion and culture. Because it kills creativity and scares truly talented people away. Have faith in yourself and others of different race/background than you to do what's right (feel it in your guts) and be fair to yourself and others.
3) NOT shortchange yourself to become someone as dictated by others. You are your own individual first. Have the guts to stand on what's right and fair. Have faith in yourself. Have an opinion and express it, at least.
These 8 points are what I taught my
students to be strong in my Artiste Training coaching
but it's more than that.
4) Think beyond your own comfort zone, for it won't last. If you take from others, more shall be taken from you. Do you think your current situation is going to last? Bad times never last, so do good times.
5) Seek to develop and expand your mind - starting with being happy with who you are first. Do NOT conform to the more "superior" ethnic group like adjusting your attitude, the way you talk, behave or even change your religion to "fit in". Nobody respect a conformist or follower. Reinforce diversity in your everyday life. After all, what you actually seek to conform are all superficial and meaningless.
6) be very aware of politicians in all forms of disguises whom becomes powerful and uses that power to control the food you eat, the God you pray, your job, your sexuality, the type of friends you should make, the type of cultural movies you should watch, your family's future and all aspects of your life. Remember that politicians are elected to serve the people, not making the people (that's YOU) serve them!
7) Welcome competition, like having diverse type of actors and people who thinks differently from you and challenges your ideas. If everyone were to think alike, look alike, act alike - everyone is simply stuck.
8) NOT fall for the superficial like looks and material development (look at the construction around our city today) - demand quality like what you stand for, your purpose in becoming an artiste in the first place (demand mental and humanity development first). Of course, most of our local artistes cares only the superficial, and blind to other more pressing issues. Sadly, that's also why I respect none of them.


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Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 2. (to be continued...last and FINAL part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday) Let the COUNTDOWN begins!


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BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Saturday, December 29, 2012

The Best Actor Speech You Never Get to Watch on National TV (Exclusive). Wardrobe Demands. Part 4


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On the other side of that zombic blindness, comes knowing sight in the form of the BMW Shorties. BMW is a big international brand name, sponsoring cars for major Hollywood movies, most notably the James Bond franchise. Being as big as they are, they choose to reward my talent - I am truly humbled and thankful. In desperation, I feel only BMW is truly the only one great brand that can see. The one brand that penetrates through all the darkness and dares to reward the only one star that shines the brightest.

Kris Law Couture debuts...
Choosing my Wardrobe
The week of the awards ceremony, I was thinking what to wear. I've already emailed to the big names of fashion world like Anna Wintour, Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang for wardrobe sponsor. None of them reply to me! Yes, of course I am nobody and who cares a little nobody like me...yet. Then I began to think what if I don't get the award? All these hardwork of finding wardrobe sponsor would only go to waste and leave me frustrated. But soon I realised that having nominated is the first priority, winning is second. So I've decided to get the wardrobe myself and call it "Kris Law Couture". In my wise heart whispers "what is yours will be yours". Destiny plays a big role, suddenly, and I found myself window shopping for a particular detail of the wardrobe which would screem "Glam Oddity", which is the awards show's theme. In my mind, I pictured a coat with lots of feathers. But then I'm afraid it might make me look "feminine" (I must remember it is Best Actor, not Best Actress, haha). I spotted a coat with an extremely Michael Jackson-like shirt with gold trimmings and designs on the front. Would that shout too much? The fact of the matter is, I don't know who is going to get the award until the awards night itself where it would be announced. At least, with a nice wardrobe, I would "win" in the glam category and snag the attention while schmoozing with directors and producers. But as I went up to a shop located at the top floor of the mall, I spotted the most ultra-luxurious coat. The colour blue first got my eye with the faux-fur around - looks glamorous! I tried on the different colours - grey, black and brown, and none fancies me more than blue at first. But I soon found out from the extremely courteous and patient Chinese male salesperson, that blue does not carry the medium size!!

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 3. (to be continued...last and FINAL part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday) Let the COUNTDOWN begins!


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Friday, December 28, 2012

The Best Actor Speech You Never get to Watch on National TV (Exclusive). It's all about the Wardrobe! Part 5


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The Best is Already Right in Front of You
The salesperson first suggested I wear large, which I gave in temporarily, but was slightly angry at him for thinking I am large. But as I tried on and sashayed in front of the mirror, I found out the shoulder pad kinda dislodges itself out - jutting out like a sore thumb making me look "out of shape". So I settled back to my original size which is medium, so it fits nicely on my body. But the size medium for blue colour is finished! So I quickly suggested to him to get me the grey colour. The salesperson rushed out from the boutique immediately to enquire the other shops whether it carries my size, thank goodness he came back with it. So finally, I choose grey because everybody who bought the coat prefers blue, thinking it look much better on them, but in fact grey is actually the better choice for me. I've tried on the colours so many times - putting it on, taking it off, putting it on again. And the lighting in the room plays a role, for I see that blue actually looks awkward for a jacket with that woolly material for it fizzes out white at the end of the thread. It takes a real talent to see talent in an abandoned material colour like grey. I asked myself what if other nominees wore the same coat I did? Would I give in to shyness upon stumbling this sad fact and take off my new coat? Well, definitely not. I would continue to wear it proudly - even if the other person has the same thing. The whisper in my heart still rings true "what is yours will be yours". I'm sure all the local designers whom I asked to dress me and whom pretended to be busy or unavailable would kick themselves by now!

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 4. (to be continued...last and FINAL part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Best Actor Speech You Never Get to Watch on National TV (Exclusive). Part 6


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How dare politicians divide us into races, religions and status.
God created everything to be good, beautiful. When those
in power make us fight against each other, it's time to stop them. 

Dedicated to those abandoned, wrongly accused, impoverished
This Best Actor nomination is not for me alone, but for those who are impoverished, abandoned, trapped and ignored in this cruel divided society of ours. This nomination is especially too for those who comes from nothing and owns nothing in this ruthless world except their only genuine talent - I urged them to never give up and be strong. In the acting world, this context specifically applies to the mostly-ignored profile of English and BM-speaking Asian male actor like myself. In a larger context, this nomination I received is also for individuals from all walks of life, all races who felt they had been abandoned (or wrongly accused) by their family or adopted godparents, peers, boyfriends or girlfriends in all ways imaginable - being marginalised on their sexuality, physicality or their awkwardness deemed not normal enough for our egolomaniacal conformist hypocritical society. And for those who felt trapped in their situation but wishes to make a change for the better - this award I hold proof that it's possible - YOU CAN DO IT! For the ignored, whom felt their voices are not heard, their plight goes to deaf ears, their hardwork amounts to nothing - this award I received is evidence that please understand - I hear you.

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 5. (to be continued...last and FINAL part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The Best Actor Speech You Never Get to Watch on National TV (Exclusive). Part 7


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At the precipice of great change...
I am just like everyone else, trying to make a living - specifically as an artiste. This award is for the unfortunate, the underprivileged, people with no connections whatsoever in the industry but who seek to make it. With the upcoming election, I felt even more compelled to write this entry for one main reason. To destroy. Sounds shocking, but it's true. It may sound ruthless even, but this I have to do to improve the situation of our already divided society and industry today, a calling as my trade as an actor in which I will utilise in the limited ways I know how to liberate those who are in denial, angry or felt betrayed in some ways by society and the system - through the movies I would star in the future (if only there were groundbreaking screenwriters and directors who would create such films). There's a great possibility that we are all in the Dark Ages right now - knowing, but doing nothing to improve ourselves, not having the guts to take chances and simply give in to the illusion that "everything is fine, why worry?". This speech may sound angry but with good reason when I am not allowed to excel in the field of my choice due to tactics used by those in power I'm about to reveal to you. Sometimes I feel like owning a gun and shoot at all the foolish zombies around me like when I'm playing a game of Zombie Dash on my tablet. So what do I seek to annihilate? The first to destroy is...

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 6. (to be continued...last part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

The Best Actor Speech you never get to watch on national TV (exclusive). Merry Christmas Everyone! Part 8

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The Best Actors Club
wishing everyone MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Tactic 1: Social Bigotry 
The first thing I seek to destroy is bigotry. The definition of bigotry according to Merriam-Webster dictionary is a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices, especially one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance (usually this hatred is silent, very deeply embedded in our psyche and shared only within groups of the same clique, and passed on from the parents to the child). Especially in our local film industry, it is so segregated at the expense that it is so unattractive even for the best local talents of different races to join, except for the same ugliness it attracts to - those really emotional, rude types that is domineering and narrow-sighted in their worldview. There's very, very few open-minded Malay directors (not many, unfortunately) who wanted me to act as the lead in their movies but were restricted and fearful due to the ruling of our local film industry.

On set of "Talent House". Everyone was courteous
and extremely professional.
There were many instances where I'm treated like a second-class actor (unfortunate but true - from a extremely vulgar and hard-headed male-like female assistant producer and production assistant from a local TV station called TV Satu Dua Tiga's subsidiary Gei Bois Sdn Bhd before the name change, locals will know what I mean), even though I know I did my best in delivering my performance, always on time for the production even though it was them who were late and slow, but I was the one got shouted at, blamed and looked down upon for the little mistakes - intentionally making me doubt myself and my own abilities, making small of my talent, in the end causing me to almost give up. They even deducted my already meagre talent fees into less than half for "mistakes" they accused me of committing! That incident opens up my innocent eyes and made me realise what the current administration has done wrong into shaping a hooligan and bully working culture, devoid of any standards of courtesy and profesionalism. Yes, getting this Best Actor nomination granted the new power vested in me to destroy bigotry and bring up the proof that all my hardwork and tears on my pillows that soak every night before I went to bed didn't amount to nothing. And most importantly the truth is I am someone of bigger quality talent. Good guys, even though they seem like they're coming last in the race - always win in the end.

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 7. (to be continued...last part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Monday, December 24, 2012

The Best Actor Speech you never get to watch on national TV (exclusive). Part 9

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Honored to be sharing the limelight with the talented
"Muthal Naal" crew. The short film won the
Special Jury Prize and Best Actress. 

Tactic 2: Stereotype that Stupifies
The second thing I wish to annihilate is stereotype. As with all actors, if you're short or old or of certain race, you're bound subconsciously even by your own limited perceptions during casting or limited by others who are doing the hiring of talents. Like when I first break out in Malaysian Idol performance, millions were drawn to it. Some people hates it because of my Yellow Shorts. Many just failed to see that it was purely just an act. The Malaysian Idol performance is sexy, not a sex video - there's a difference. But good did come out of it - it succeeds on the acting level. Getting nominated for the Best Actor award, I vowed to crush stereotypes on everyone, starting with myself. No more shall I be the meek sheep being led by the blind greedy shepherd (like some leaders of industry) who threatens me with fear, or entice me with the occasional cheap treats just to serve their greed. I shall be my own shepherd and think on my own, and decide what's right for me. I would demand more of myself. I am an individual first and foremost, not trapped by limitations or stereotypes from whichever ethinic or religious denomination or even the name on my birth certificate.

With the Best Actress, Jaya Ganason. 
She's so petite and pretty, and I'm so
tall and proud of her!
Race has nothing to do with me. Religion has nothing to do with me. My background has nothing to do with me. Who I slept with has nothing to do with me. My persona onscreen has nothing to do with the real me - I am the most unique individual just trying to make a living as an artiste. Racial tension is a form of diversion strategy created by selfish politicians to cloud your focus on the real issues like fair wealth distribution. Too much promises of development is also another form of diversion strategy to keep you away from developing your own mind instead. Accusatory tactics like blaming others for a fault is an easy way to divert the attention on the real guilty person. Fear-based social contract is created to keep you and me in our place. Unfortunately for them, I play second fiddle to no one because I am the new voice of the new generation. And I have the Best Actor nomination to back me up.

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 8. (to be continued...last part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Best Actor Speech you never get to watch on national TV (exclusive) - Part 10


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The winning team behind "Talent House".
Tactic 3: System that Corrupts
The third thing I wish to "crush" is the system. It's sad that our world today values only so-called high qualification, not the unique individual per se. Personally I'm not a PhD level person, but still our system cuts off people with lesser qualifications, especially in the employment market who prefers only to hires newcomers freshies for small wages. I am proud to declare I am self-educated (and now even higher than those with the "right qualifications" - who can beat a BMW Shorties Best Actor nominee?), and urge everyone else to self-educate, especially those who could not afford absurdly expensive education due to their impoverished state (thanks to the system that enriches the few and impoverishes the rest of us). You don't have to have lots of money to self-educate. You can learn new things right where you are right now, here's how -
1) Open your mind by getting rid of the stereotypes society placed on you (especially your suspicion on other races, your own race, background and religion)
2) Question what you see and read especially in the mainstream media,
3) Join my coaching practise Artiste Training modules. Read about my past students' TOP TEN success stories here:
1) Coaching You to Success
2) Full Attendance
3) Fashion Students Showcase
4) Bigger Class
5) Taking Students on Roadshows
6) International Students
7) Student on Magazine Cover
8) Student Casting Session for Real Jobs
9) Students Photo Shoot
10) Students Performing for Event

With a fan of the short film. Auww, Thank You.
It doesn't mean you're a PhD holder, and everyone would respect you, shower you with lots of money anyway. Even if you're a college dropout or only SPM holder, doesn't mean you have to resort yourself to ignorance, and contempt for those in "higher places". The system in Malaysia does not value the unique individual but forces conformity which resulted in too much of hiding with cloak and dagger-like veiled in secrecy, forcing normal folks into weakness and falling into corruption. The system is not fluid for true talented people to move up. The emphasis on race, religion, your qualification and whom you're connected to (it's all created to make you feel like the loser and the need to impress them. Well, don't!) are tactics used by those very powerful, smart and evil politicians to enslave us. I can assure you that I won't get any big acting offers anytime soon even after receiving this Best Actor nomination (if someone out there dares to prove me wrong, show it) We allow this defeatist system to function and program our lives because most of us would kow-tow, afraid to offend the boss, the datuk or whoever it is we put up above our heads instead of stamping our own unique individuality because all we are conditioned to think we want is money - and that's called corruption too! It's a system that enslaves, not liberating truly talented people to greater heights. Remember YOU allow this to happen when you choose to do nothing about it. With this Best Actor nomination, I want to declare that the system is flawed and needed being revolutionised immediately. Immediately because life is short for an artiste and everyone else who've wasted too much time already.

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 9. (to be continued...last part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


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* World-class Coach
* Flexible Timetable
* Monthly Installment Available
* Ready Portfolio
* Casting Ready
* Materials Included
* Extra Added Value Features 
* Friends Forever Pledge
* Reference Ready (to all your prospective future employers)

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BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Saturday, December 22, 2012

The BMW Film Awards Best Actor- the speech you never get to watch on national TV (exclusive). What end of the world? Part 11

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Tactic 4: False Pride
SCENARIO 1: The last and final thing we all did wrong is how we replace our faith in people with false pride. Since I could not afford to buy new shoes (I'm a very poor Best Actor, mind you), I have to send my old ones to an Indonesian street cobbler I just knew. In a busy haste, I have to leave my shoes and come back to collect later. When I did come back, the street cobbler was absent from his spot! For a moment, I was afraid he might have ran away with my expensive shoes. But he did returned to his place the next day, what a relief. When another of his customer approached next to me and joked about whether he can be trusted since I gave him the money in advance before my shoes were even repaired, I calmly assured the customer that the street cobbler can be trusted. Those simple words of assurance lifted the poor street cobbler up with a smile when I looked at him. It also lifted my human value and made me realise I can give faith to other people through this simple act.


The big win
SCENARIO 2: Same principle applies to me as an Actor. Too many people in our world today have replaced faith with pride. Pride in the beautiful and tall or material gains, more development of buildings in the city, their status, qualifications, strongly-connected family, race. One recent example was when I was in the changing room after my swim. A tall, muscular, bald and fair Malay guy walked in and changed his clothes in the open instead of using the cubicle, so being an observant person I am, and waiting for my friend, I simply smiled. But then he walked towards me and asked me what I was looking at. His tone of voice pisses me off, and quickly I replied "Waiting for my friend". What's his problem? If he doesn't want people to look at him, then use the cubicle, why change in the open? Does he expect people not to use their eyes when in front of him or even smile? That's the problem with this type of people. Even if he were to lay his small dick in front of me, I wouldn't know to do ANYTHING with it. ( this type of people are most probably supported and brainwashed by this political party ummm-u-no-which one) Obviously he's gay seeing his face somewhere in a website before, and the problem with this type of closeted macho mary is they are extremely devious and bully other innocent smaller-sized people like me.

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Now, he's only one bad example I've personally encountered, and not necessarily represent everyone. After I answered his intimidating question, I remain sitting where I was, cool as a cucumber and watched him walked away. Why should I move away or be shaken after he asked me an intimidating (even threatening) question when I did nothing wrong and for being just friendly? He sure doesn't have any culture or proper etiquette in him, except pride. In my heart, I knew this is also partly affected by my expressive Actor's eyes and the sexual tension that naturally comes to whomever who hates me on the outside but actually in secret, wanted me.

I may not look like a model on the outisde.
But inside, I'm all quality.
Pride breeds hatred and jealousy, racism is the end result. Instead, we have all forgotten about the most simple and powerful thing of all - FAITH. Faith in other people who have none of those connections, physical attributes or "right background" but instead shines as an extraordinary individual. Faith in people who are different from you: people who dressed differently from you, soft-acting guys, fat people, different race/culture from you. Also faith in their own ability and other people's ability to do good and right - sometimes called gut instincts. When a film director puts his or her faith in my acting abilities, I would do the same, and be gutsy enough to return double fold the efforts. This is the same with people. With this Best Actor nomination, I seek to return the faith back to the people who believed in me all this time and finally to restore the good in others who felt dejected in themselves and being bullied by others. And to those naysayers who belittle and made me look like the bad guy to be blamed or wronged when everything I did I know in my guts that I was right - this nomination I hold straight to their faces to prove that your fake pride has made a fool out of you instead.

Come back to blog again tomorrow for Part 10. (to be continued...last part will be on 1st January 2013, so keep coming back to this blog everyday)


BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 1
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 2
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 3
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 4
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 5
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 6
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 7
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 8
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 9
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 10
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 11
BEST ACTOR SPEECH - Part 12

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Achievements - a public record of my life as an Artiste so far...and the things to be Thankful for, always.


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As an artiste, I constantly try my best to keep a record of my achievements (or lack of) for the past year. A record is important for it gives you a macro-view of where you've been and what you've done so far to progress your career. And being an artiste is actually quite a public career, hence a record is always necessary. Unlike others who kept a record of their lovers, girlfriends, boyfriends or other conquests (I do have one, but that one's a secret, hehe) It's not always a lucrative career to have in Malaysia, unlike in other countries. But still, I owe it to myself to keep a record so I can share with others, especially my readers (and students) here. Life is short, even shorter for an artiste. So the time you are given needs to be properly accounted for. That's why I created this blog in the first place. It helps me to keep my mind clear and properly arranged. It was a very difficult past year 2011. But somehow I managed. I am just so thankful. Immediately on the day of my birthday back in July, I make it a point to clear all my debts - especially those from credit cards. I truly want to start anew. I don't want anymore debts to cloud my direction. It also makes me feel cleansed in so many ways! When you complete paying your debts, at least you get a picture of your finances, enabling you to plan ahead what to do. Especially for upcoming artistes, I will coach them to lead a productive artiste living on a budget.

Me in action - waaa-POW!
Que Sera Sera
Now, the only debt I could only have are the healthy ones - like home loan, food, and transportation. You really learned to be contented with what you.have. And definitely - you learn to WORRY LESS! I have been a constant worrier before this year. But after getting all my credit card debts cleared, (and cancelled all of them except one) I worry less. You know the hateful feeling of going to the ATM counter to pay your monthly installments? Sometimes the machine doesn't accept certain notes, and you just have to give more! I really don't want that anymore, if I can help it. I also worried about the chances I missed - like a movie offer 2 years ago. But looking at it - the movie received horrible reviews, so I should be thankful, in a way I'm not in it. Everything can be turned into a good thing, even the bad ones. It's really how you think. Read about my past students' TOP TEN success stories here:
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1) Larger Fan Base Beyond Malaysia
This is the first and most important thing to be grateful for. Recently, I've stumbled across my photo gallery in Youtube, done by this nick EYEHOLLYWOOD. This is indeed something I'm grateful for, even though I don't think I look good in pictures, but still someone somewhere out there create this little video. Seriously, I have problems looking at myself in pictures. Some people may not like me in the pictures, well, me too! I don't even like myself in pictures, so welcome and join the gang. For my new students, I will coach you how to handle haters in a positive way. But if you want to hate me in pictures, check out the video below:



2) Exhibition in Paris (and Berlin)
The French team (Patricia & Cyril) 
briefing me before shoot
So back to being grateful, I am so thankful that I received interest from a famous photographer, Patricia from France (I'm also thankful for being photographed by a German photographer before and now France!). She wanted to take pictures of me (and urgh, my "ugly" home). The theme being of "Middle Class in Malaysia". I can tell you that I'm from the very bottom of that class. The offer seems like good exposure - to get my face being exhibited in front of thousands of Parisians sound glamorous. My super-working brain begins to envision what sort of shirt I must put on, or some glitzy pants (or shorts, oops) to make the pictures look better. But the photographer wanted it to be real. So all my fancies are dashed, and when she came on the day of the shoot, I was being just me. I wanted to just tidy up or clean my house a bit before the shoot, but really, I have to refrain myself from doing so - being that the phographer wanted the real me. In my fantastic dreams, I want the whole of Paris to go wild with the pictures taken. But reality is more understated. I still haven't receive the pictures, but the exhibition is taking place next month at Exhibition Academie Francaise, Paris. Anybody going to Paris next month, kindly keep an eye for the exhibition for me. New students of my Artiste Training coaching will be given strategies in breaking out internationally.




3) Main Role for Film
I know being famous has its advantages. But this is Malaysia. I've already received many offers being that most of it are unpaid or "badly paid" jobs for an actor (at least to my stature now). Or even if it is paid, doesn't last me even a day's wage. Come on, I need to eat too. But then again, I cannot be too caught up in the situation and be thankful instead. There's always another side to a bad picture. And to me, that is to be to thankful, grateful. Grateful that there's still many, many people recognise me and wanted me to be in their pictures. Recently, an example of this upcoming director. In my heart, I knew from his first call, this is going to be an unpaid job. But really in Malaysia, where so many of its films are so entrenched in its specific culture, nothing seem to mesh as well as it should be. So I agreed to meet this director and listen to his pitch. As it turns out, he's the one going to get some ideas from me if I weren't careful and open my big mouth. But as an experienced actor, I know how to restrain my tongue without seeming too reserved. In person, I'm actually a very sharing guy. I love to share my stories. But sometimes, when times are desperate, I just have to restrain myself. Even at the expense of being ridiculed or labeled as a smug. But my greatest achivement so far (in Malaysia) is still the KFC commercial back in 2010, which was aired during the World Cup season BECAUSE it transcends race, age and religion (I get almost all types of people coming up to me, complimenting how well I acted in it). I will also coach my students interested to appear in commercials.

The booklet cover for fresh graduates
(see me with my both thumbs up? 

that's not the only thing that's up, darling)
4) Endorsing Jobstreet.com (non-paid)
Yes, I was selected among so many others too are being selected for this shoot. The experience has been quick and easy. I like the person coordinating the shoot, and the goodie bag with a cute little bear. After the shoot, I was quite excited to see what the Jobstreet people going to do with the pictures, but didn't really see myself anywhere - be it outdoor or magazine advertisements. But the PR Manager was thoughtful to email me some of my pictures - in which I looked so horribly fake, haha. Truly, I am the worst critic of myself. Thank goodness I have the sense to bring a jacket - to make me look decently professional during the shoot. At that time, I was thin, like 62kg, so was confident posing for the camera. There were other folks there too, and for this shoot my profession is Communications Strategy Coach. I got a view of my picture where it is the handbook cover for fresh graduates seeking for jobs. (I need a job too, where can I get one?)

5) Better Quality Students 
No matter how bad certain people say about our country, it's the only one we got. Instead of sitting there and bitching how bad things are, get up from your lazy ass and do something about it! Don't blame the government or the authorities or the law, it's a sad excuse (they're human too). Like I said, we can either stay negative and die miserable. Or sit up and be more proactive, and positive. Don't blame other people, start with YOURSELF first. It always does. When you don't do something about it, then you cannot blame others when it went wrong. Malaysians in general, are still the most beautiful people in the world. Of course we have our weaknesses, but still, we are all in the same boat together. If you don't want others to label you a racist, then you yourself must be sure you're not one yourself. Of course there are bad apples, then we just have to avoid such people. Remember you have a choice! If I don't like a particular movie because of the cast or some story aspect that could be racial, simply don't buy the ticket to watch it. You have a voice and the right to express yourself - don't let others take that away from you (trust me, our current system is restricting every right we should have as a free human individual). You also have the right to make mistakes, nobody is perfect. This world we live in is a giant learning process, never stop. Like my students, I am careful to choose only quality ones - all race, age groups are welcome! So far, I'm grateful for all of them! I wish them all the best! Below is a video testimony from one of my successful student:



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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Do we deserve an Olympic Gold medal? A calling to question the small-minded mentality. No more asking "what" and start knowing "why".


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It happens only once every 4 years, where the whole world would converge and cheer on their teams. I'm talking about the Olympics. I remembered watching it, and was curious how many medals Malaysia had won since we joined. This is also an important article where I hoped everyone would read, which I will write with no apologies. This will be one of the rare articles that will be read for years to come. It is extremely sad that we won only 6 medals in the past 56 years since we joined, and none of it were gold. And what makes it even more sad, 5 medals come from only 1 sport - badminton, and only 1 bronze from diving. Olympics is a great time for us to reflect and think in macro-perspective. We may boast at ourselves, and gloat at our past glories (usually about politics), but the future is still ahead for all of us. It's really meaningless to put up giant banners shouting at our past victories, especially when the pictures are in black-and-white.


Olympians are Humans too...
I got excited about the Olympics and began to look inside my own country when I accidentally watched the Women's 48kg weight-lifting section at a coffee shop recently. I wasn't exactly a big fan of the Olympics, knowing the facts of my own country's performance and our only hope in winning another medal lies with Lee Chong Wei alone. Suddenly I began to view these women weight-lifters as some kind of performer, for there are cameras following their every move and preparation. It's serious stuff in there, when they have to use their strength to lift weights 4 times of their own! Imagine you are one of them, and the sheer pressure to perform such a physical feat - right in front of crowds and cameras. I also took pleasure in identifying their behavioral nuances and reactions to their coaches and crowds in the stadium.

Why other Asian countries can, we cannot?
The gold medal winner was China's Wang Mingjuan who managed to lift 208kg. The silver medal went to Japan's Hiromi Miyake and the bronze went to Korea's Ryang Chun-hwa. I'm very interested to watch these women, real women, in muscular bodies and thick shoulders, very much look like a man! I know how women feel, and generally, women are more emotionally driven than men. But these women weight-lifters was absolutely focus. In China's case, Wang Mingjuan was absolutely unperturbed by people around her - an asisstant massaging her muscles and the coach's constant whispers. She was strictly focused on lifting the weights. For Korea's Ryang Chun-hwa and Japan's Hiromi Miyake, both of them were quite attuned to their surroundings, hence causing them to lose a few notches in maintaining the weights to win the gold, I supposed. Both of these women were practically waving and blowing kisses to the crowd after each round. It got me thinking the psychology aspect and mental process of these women and what differences it made for them to be a Gold Medal winner versus the rest.

Where you put your Pride?
Strength is an important aspect in any Olympian undertaking. Strength of the mind, spirit and physical. But as Malaysians, where do our strength lies? It must be based on something in order for it to be, for no value can stand alone. Being a Malaysian myself, I have observed in general our society based our strength in our pride. We are proud about our race, religion, material gain and culture. But are these enough to take us to great Olympian heights? Another aspect of our strength is our fierce-ness, most like the local movies perpetuated - gangsters, bohsia, mat rempit. Can you even call that strength is highly doubtful. But we made it so, by thinking that if we are fierce, lan-see, talk loud or arrogant - we are strong. Mind you that this sort of pride falls under the same category as the 7 deadly sins like gluttony, greed, lust etc. You're all going to hell!

Change Your Environment
When the winners for the women's weight-lifting was announced, I noticed the top 3 winners are from Asian countries! Hooray for Asia. Unfortunately, it does not include Malaysia. What went wrong here? Why other Asian countries like China, Korea and Japan can consistently win medals in broad sporting categories and we cannot? I look deep in our Malaysian society again, and found that it lies with our so-called values. When other countries who are winning Olympian gold medals focus their values on honesty, fairness, transparency and real knowledge to bring up their own countries as a whole, in Malaysia we are mired in the petty stuff. The ratio of quality people in Malaysia versus the no-quality sort is widening more day by day. This is caused   by our environment.  I'm not talking about the weather, I'm talking about the whole social make-up that splits its people apart, from the education system to business practices up to the law. Have you read lately any new up and coming entrepreneur in Malaysia that is innovative enough to make millions and become international?

Lack of Humanities due to Corruption
The humanities are vital in progress. Humanities here covers the arts, music, intellectual, freedom of expression and opinion sharing without fear or condemnation. It's about discovering new frontiers in science and innovation. Since I have some experience in our local entertainment industry, it's sad to see most movies we made are merely copying what already works in Hollywood. Hardly anything original, even our so-called action genres are full of shouting, wailing, breaking of stuff, all that small things magnified from the camera close-up onto the screen to make it look "big". Either that or extremely culture or tradition specific movie that focus on one particular race, which leaves out poor out-of-work actors like myself (maybe because I look and think too international to fit into any local culture?). The humanities are important in cross-pollinating knowledge from different industries and fields of knowledge so the country will grow as whole and movies are the image by-product which reflects that country. A gold-medal Olympian will surely have a holistic knowledge of the humanities in keeping his/her mentality strength and cutting-edge knowledge in physics and science whenever he makes that jump across the hoop or sprint at the fastest speed possible. We are doing none of that.

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A Thriving Country Always Survive the Olympics
A true Olympian gold medal is not born alone. The country of origin has to be a place where all its people thrive and prosper as whole, a conducive place for its people to make a living and achieving a good quality of life. That's why these countries are categorised as First World countries. This is an important element, for a place of thrive will seek its precious talents and nurtures them to excel to Olympian heights. When the time comes for them to survive in the Olympics, it will be only a test to their years of nurturance. Gold-medal Olympians must come from a place of thrive, not for himself only, but the country as a whole. Because with the Olympian comes its hopes and aspirations he brings from his homeland. What happens when it's the opposite, meaning the home country is a place of survival, not thrive?

Walking into another pit of fire 
The aspiring Olympian would feel even more hard-pressed, stressed and worried if his own home country is one that is politically corrupt, where its people is segregated and privilege is only granted for the certain groups of people. This is because he comes from a country of survival, not thrive, therefore he does not get the proper nurturance and subconscious mentality support needed to excel in the Olympics, where survival is key. He would only walk from one pit of fire only to enter into another. It becomes too much for him, for the situation in the Olympics arena is just another form of survival, but he would fail for he did not get the overall strength needed in terms of his country, its people's support and the whole reputation his country brings along to the game. It becomes even much more worse the feeling of how monumental the competition feels and how his capability is dwarfed in comparison to other countries.

Can you look beyond your own selfishness?
So we must all start from the very basic. We must all not be petty over little issues like the LGBTs wanting to be granted their protection rights like everyone else, or the crude distinction of bumiputras fighting with the non-bumiputras for more privileges. We are all one - everyone is a human being, a brother and sister to each other and we all deserve the same privileges. There are bigger things than us, more important aspirations to strive forward to. If the gays want to suck dick or eat pussy, pardon my language - so? (I only condone married couples to have sex) Why is there harsh condemnation? Everybody does that, including the straight too, so what's the big deal? It's only sex, like going to the ATM to withdraw money. Only small people cares about petty things people do with their bodies, putting everything out of context and blow it out of proportion. I know certain men are extremely proud of their circumcised dick, but look which dick brings home an Olympic medal this year. We must move beyond these petty issues and come together. Vote for brave, courageous leaders (is there any out there?) that dares to unite the people as a whole through enacting laws that unite people as a whole and abolishing laws that discriminates in all forms, not the ones that pleases the "what" aspect of the brain like which race rules supreme, sexual orientation, marital status, political views, economic gains, infrastructure, tradition etc - that's petty and dumb simply because it's nitpicking at only one small detail, not the big picture. Traditions and religions can become petty too, when one is obsessed over its practise at the expense that the world has changed and moved on - look at the Olympics! Have we moved beyond these pettiness? I don't think we have. Or is it true that our country is ruled by petty, control-obsessive and selfish leaders? Look at the number of medals we have, they're not even gold yet. Will there ever be a Gold for us? Do we even deserve it?

If our leaders think big, they would hire big-minded people like a Communication Coach to give them consultation. I write this with love for my country.

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