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QR code for Aku budak minang. Title, Aku budak minang. Author, Ujang. Publisher, Creative Enterprise, ISBN, , I remember reading his Aku Budak Minang’s series in Gila-Gila when I was still in primary school. Reading materials were indeed, at that point. UJANG – THE REAL BUDAK MINANG If you had follow the Aku Budak Minang, Aca series in the late 80s, a lot of the characters had passed.

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If you had follow the Aku Budak Minang, Aca series in the late 80s, a lot of the characters had passed on. He shows his passion into the world of cartoons since he was in the primary school and this drived him to be one of the well-known cartoonist in Malaysia alu he fully gives his soul into this kind of art.

Since then, his involvement in the company with his highly recognized style and skills, raised his name and made him a well-known cartoonist to the readers and cartoons lovers. To him age is definitely not just a number and how many people truly lived their lives at the age of 41?

The series began its debut through a local comic magazine: Accept for his grandmother that loved him until her last breadth and left Ujang when he still in primary school and about to stand for SRP. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. View my complete profile. Ujang, married with four kids now runs a boathouse in Tasik Kenyir and spends most of his time doing one of things that he loves most — fishing.

He also actively involved in various sports during his teenage such as playing football and Takraw. Besides that, he also mans his stall doing live sketches for theme parties, private functions and trade show and he can be contacted at: Somehow just because of the birth of Aca, he seemed to be forgotten by all his family members including his most beloved sister, Kak Cik as they seemed to love Aca more than him. After some aggressive coup by the other partners, he decided to bail out and that was when his troubles started.


A wife and mother in the same year and fighting to be a quick learner at it. This story is more about his personal life of how he was raised in a very emotional life and experience that indirectly open his eyes to appreciate more about his life as a Minang boy.

Will scout MPH definitely. Both primary and the secondary research are important to study and analyze the content of the story. Amidst the sound of screaming children and Chinese pop song dominating the ambiance of the bookstore, my eyes caught sight of Aku Budak Bueak — a compilation of local comic series — by Ujang.

Even though he knew that his mother amu guilty for expelling his grandfather from the house, he defends his mother when his entire sisters tried to scold and blame the mother. Help Center Find new research papers in: The study involved both the primary and secondary research. Salam Elziva, Hey, thanks for this review.

Playful- Ujang invented his own toy when he was a young boy.

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He only realized that he had signed off all his rights of his cartoons when he was served an injunction for publishing his new cartoons. Notify me of new posts via email. There were attempts of running away from home to Kuala Lumpur but always failed. He ventured in a publication business with a partner in the early 90s to launch a Comic under his name. If you are sick of your usual read and able to relate to this comic just like me, go ahead and buy one.

The comic is retailed at RM It is hard to believe that 20 years had passed. I literally bought everything yang ada kaitan with the fella.


Aku Budak Minang – Comic Review

When he lived with Atuk, he was taught by Atuk how to massage twisted part of body and he often helped massaging silat students of Atuk.

I am a fan of Asterix, but Asterix makes me laugh.

As a reader, I tried to experience the feeling of being the main character and tried to understand what does the artist tries to share and convey in his comic. He experienced the hardship in his friendship, difficulties looking for job, involved in social kinang, and finally being one of the homeless people in the lost city.

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Kisah Perjalanan Kartunis Ujang. I found it disconcerting that the store manager thought that loud music is a source of attraction. The elements of Malaysian national identity were accentuated in the comic.


On the other hand, Ujang makes me laugh and cry at the same time — that is a difficult combination to be found in a comic book.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Hot-temper- Always got into a fight with other students or people he disliked since in his primary school until he finished his school.

He also attends to Al-Quran class every evening with his sister which is common in Malaysian culture. This site uses cookies. Who can forget Jibam…the bodoh2 alang kid in his novel? Reading materials were indeed, at that point of time, a rare commodity.

We finally had the chance to pick the brains of this genius as dinner stretched well to more than three hours in two venues.


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