Malaysia-born Shang Chi star, Ronny Chieng, proves he’s still a Malaysian in Malaysia Day wish video (VIDEO)

Chieng proves he’s still a Malaysian at heart while wishing Malaysians a happy Malaysia Day. — Screenshot via Twitter/ Marvel Studios Malaysia
Chieng proves he’s still a Malaysian at heart while wishing Malaysians a happy Malaysia Day. — Screenshot via Twitter/ Marvel Studios Malaysia

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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 17 — Malaysia-born Shang-Chi actor and comedian, Ronny Chieng proved he’s still a Malaysian at heart while wishing Malaysians a happy Malaysia Day.

In a clip tweeted by Marvel Studios Malaysia, the Johor Baru-born actor shared what makes him a Malaysian at heart while flaunting his Bahasa Malaysia.

“Number one, I still have a Malaysia passport okay, look at this, what more proof do you need?

“Number two, I still use my ‘lah’ and ‘meh’ all the time like ‘boleh lah’, ‘can meh’, ‘can lah’. And number three, I can still order like a pro at the kopitiam,” Chieng said in the video.

The Crazy Rich Asian actor sent his well wishes to all Malaysians before ending the clip with a ‘Malaysia Boleh’.

 

 

Marvel Studios Malaysia’s tweet has been viewed over 20,000 times and has garnered over 400 likes.

The one-minute-and-two-second clip is also part of Marvel Studios promo on their latest release, Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings.

Chieng who’s playing Jon Jon in the new superhero movie will also be joined by actor Simu Liu as Shang-Chi and actress Awkwafina as Katy Chen.

Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will be hitting Malaysian cinemas starting October 7.

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