Tuesday, February 28, 2012


The Second World War in Malaya from 1941-1945 was a time of darkness and despair - where innocent lives were lost and blood ran freely. The Japanese rule with an iron hand, slaughtering tens of thousands of Chinese citizens. They force young women to work as sex slaves, or ‘comfort women’ and trick others into working on the notorious ‘Death Railway’. The people of Malaya struggle for survival. When the Japanese surrender in 1945, Malaya plunges into a period of turmoil that brings it to the brink of civil war. But amidst the fire and ruins, sparks of resilience and courage grew. The painful war experience gave a great impetus to a new awakening. “Rising Sun Over Malaya” tells this little known story through the eyes of the people of Malaysia who had a personal observation of the occupation.

AfterDark: I hope Novista won't mind me uploading this documentary in YouTube. If anyone from Novista contact me wanting me to pulled off this documentary from youtube and this blog, I will swiftly comply.

1 comment:

  1. I think Japanese and PKM occupation are actually a setup and brainwash by British so that Malay can accept the Federation / Malayan Union Concept. It is very clear that British never and don't have any intention to protect Malaya during that time so that they can come as savior and introduce Malayan Union...