Merdeka Series 2021

Greetings submission guidelines

August 31st is our National Day. It is also fondly known as Merdeka Day amongst Malaysians. For our 64th National Day, we will be celebrating virtually this year instead of the annual picnic. We would like to have the honour of featuring your personalized greeting to Malaysians in Canada for this special day on our social media channels and website.

What we are looking in the video

  • Duration 20 seconds ~ 60 seconds
  • Begin the video with your name and your organization clearly
  • 1 – 3 sentences to extend your congratulations and to wish Malaysians Happy Merdeka Day.

Greeting examples:

  • To all Malaysians in Canada, wishing you a very Happy Merdeka Day!
  • (Malay) Selamat menyambut Hari Kebangsaan Malaysia ke-64! Saya anak Malaysia! Merdeka!

Optional: Feel free to record the video in your language and personalize the greeting

Camera setup and requirements

  • Record the video in landscape and make sure you have good lighting around you
  • The camera should be at eye level, not too low and not too high
  • Vlog style is fine, if you have a DSLR and use a tripod even better
  • Preferred file formats are .mov and .mp4

Please send the file to via WeTransfer Please include your contact information: Name, company name, city, province, and email address in the message field.

All submissions must be submitted by August 15th, 2021. Final video will be published on MAC’s website and social media.

Terima kasih!

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