THAT’S YOU by Dato’ Wah Idris

The Making of The BrandLaureate’s Theme Song
November 14, 2017
  • THAT’S YOU by Dato’ Wah Idris

    For so many years, it has been the dream of The BrandLaureate to come out with its own corporate theme song — to share its vision and mission to promote excellence in the world through the power of Brands and Branding. Finally, after months of planning, it finally reveals...
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    Lifeblood is spilt, fighting hard to retain heat on its definitive fall to the inert ground; A battlefield laden with nauseating gunpowder, explosive mines, splintered bones and a million screams now nowhere to be found;Spilt for love, not just sentimental, but of patriotism so profound; Willing to pay the ultimate price, without...
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    LYING doesn’t pay especially when you are a sports personality in the public’s eye. US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, 32, learnt the hard way after being pilloried for his exaggerated tale of robbery in Rio, and was rudely awakened when he was dropped like hot bricks by four major sponsors – losing...
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    Can you imagine a day without access to the Internet? It’s only been 25 years since we had the internet, which seems to last forever. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to live without it, and it is hard to imagine how people could survive in the “dark ages”, which was...
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    Public Bank celebrates its historic 50th Anniversary in August 2016, having grown from strength to strength and entrenching itself as one of the nation’s most venerated banking establishments. During this ostentatious occasion of great jubilee, Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr. Teh Hong Piow, the seasoned visage of Brand...
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