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Cheque Presentation for TDRA Carnival and Run 2015

Yesterday I joined Taman Desa Residents’ Association (TDRA) to have press conference with the deputy minister of FT, YB Dato Loga. The purpose of the press conference is to announce the figures collected during the “TDRA Carnival & Run 2015” held on 18 October 2015. Dato Loga officiated the event that day. Both of us […]

Jawapan Parlimen Berkenaan sebab Kementerian mengharamkan Perhimpunan Bersih 4 yang mempromosi demokrasi dan pilihanraya yang bersih, tetapi memberi kelulusan kepada Perhimpunan Kebangkitan Maruah Melayu yang penuh berbaur perkauman diadakan.

TARIKH : 27 OKTOBER 2015 NO. SOALAN : 48 Minta MENTERI DALAM NEGERI menyatakan sebab Kementerian mengharamkan Perhimpunan Bersih 4 yang mempunyai objektif yang mempromosi demokrasi dan pilihanraya yang bersih, tetapi memberi kelulusan kepada Perhimpunan Kebangkitan Maruah Melayu yang berpakaian merah yang penuh berbaur perkauman diadakan. JAWAPAN:

Negara-ku kicks off campaign to reclaim moderate Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5 — With the 51st Malaysia Day anniversary around the corner, the newly formed “Negara-Ku” citizens movement kicked off a campaign today to encourage moderate Malaysians to stand up against the “forces that are trying to divide” its people. “As has been observed by so many over the last few days, we […]

I attended the food giving programme for senior citizens of the Amitabha Centre (阿弥陀佛援助中心) in Happy Garden this morning More than a hundred of them were lining up to wait for food stuffs. I felt bad as I was late for 15 minutes. 🙁 In my speech, I commended the efforts made by this Buddhist […]

I arrived at Lahad Datu at yesterday  noon. I have lunch with some local people and church leaders there to understand more about the local situation. I was brought by Pastor Daniel from Calvary Church to see the Bajau people who live in boats at the sea shore near Lahad Datu. They are called Sea Bajau. […]

Lynas risks losing licence if it does not remove residue

By Ida Lim The Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR | Dec 13, 2012 Australian miner Lynas may lose its temporary operating licence (TOL) if it fails to remove all residue and by-products from its Kuantan rare earth refinery out of the country, according to the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB). A spokesman from the regulator told […]

‘Early warning suggests crackdown pre-planned’

By Koh Jun Lin Malaysiakini KUALA LUMPUR | Dec 7, 2012 Seputeh MP Teresa Kok believes the police crackdown during the Bersih 3.0 rally was pre-planned, claiming she received an ominous warning from a Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) enforcement officer just five minutes earlier. She testified at the Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) public inquiry […]

Sex education: Piecemeal attempt won’t help

Free Malaysia Today By Jeswan Kaur KUALA LUMPUR | Oct 29, 2012 The government’s misguided ‘inhibition’ on the issue of sex education has backfired, with teenage pregnancies in the country intensifying. For over a decade, the Education and the Women, Family and Community Development Ministries kept dragging their feet in implementing sex education in schools, […]

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