So, Teresa Kok believes in bad feng shui. Her evangliesta colleague Hannah Yeoh as well still believes in many Chinese – and hence unChristian – superstitions.
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Hannah Yeoh (@hannahyeoh) March 25, 2016
Hannah Yeoh may want to think and dream like a bangsa Anak Malaysia but she is still a Cina Bukit. As I have said before, the fact remains that Hannah was given the name of Yeoh Tseow Suan by her parents at birth.
We do feel sorry for her sometimes, because she seems to suffer from an identity crisis problem. No matter how much she tries, the reality is that one cannot change one’s ethnicity. Even her UBAH Born Again religion does not require her to do so.
The description above about Hannah Yeoh is a mirror of how her fellow evangelista Wong Chun Wai had recently (March 27) described Ridhuan Tee Abdullah:
Chun Wai wrote with regard to Ridhuan Tee — see screenshot below:
“Ridhuan may want to think and dream like a Malay but he is still a Chinese. As I have said before, the fact remains that Ridhuan was given the name of Tee Chuan Seng by his parents at birth.
“We do feel sorry for him sometimes, because he seems to suffer from an identity crisis problem. No matter how much he tries, the reality is that one cannot change one’s ethnicity. Even his religion does not require him to do so.” (Source: Chun Wai’s J-Star column on Sunday two days ago)
The Christian convert Wong said the Muslim convert Tee is trying to be “more Malay than Malay and more Muslim than Muslim”. Likewise, the DAP evangelistas are trying to be whiter than omputih and preachier than hereditary Christians.
BELOW: What Chun Wai wrote about Ridhuan