Invoking the ‘Diversity’ mantra, Hua Zong president Goh Tian Chuan urged the new Sabah administration to install a multiracial state cabinet.
To this end, Hua Zong called for the “appointment of Chinese representatives” as state ministers through their nomination first as unelected Aduns.
See also ‘Dong Zong gesa KM Sabah lantik menteri Cina’ in Suara Merdeka today. Continue reading “Dong Zong, Hua Zong, Sinchew want Chinese ministers in Sabah cabinet” →
Ahmad Shabery Cheek (Menteri Komunikasi):
“Kalau ada bencana, banjir, kalau di Perak itu saya tahu apa ni masalah nelayan apa sebahagiannya telah dihulurkan bantuan oleh Umno tetapi kemudiannya mereka kecewa apabila sampai waktu mengundi mereka tahu buka peti undi di kawasan-kawasan yang ramai orang Cina maka mereka tak dapat undi tersebut. Continue reading ““Memujuk pengundi Cina seperti menyiram air di padang pasir Sahara” – perwakilan Umno Perak” →
Ahli politik PAS dan ahli politik Umno kedua-duanya bertudung dan berbaju kurung.
Ahli politik Umno dan ahli politik PAS kedua-duanya bersongkok dan berbaju Melayu.
Continue reading “VS: Zairil harus ambil kursus Penampilan 101 dari ustazah Hasnah” →
Reported today in The Star:
“As up-and-coming new face Rowena Yam pointed out, the plan not only addresses the economic gap between island and mainland, it also addresses the aspirations of the Penang middle class.
“Penang has a large middle class that is very private sector driven. The features of the plan has particular appeal for this group,” said Yam.
Rowena Yam is a Penangite.
Penang is where the Chinese middle class are the loudest of the loud. Continue reading “VS: What do the Chinese want, really?” →
Before we begin the discussion on SRJK (C) in my vernacular school series (following on which will be titled ‘VS’ in the header), this is a prelude.
I don’t have much to say on Tamil schools since I’m not qualified to comment. Only that if Chinese insist on our Chinese schools, then by the same token, I can understand if Indians want to keep Tamil schools going.
Continue reading “Vernacular School: Learning Tamil” →