This evening I joined LKS, LGE, Tony Pua, Lim Lip Eng and others to have dinner at SKOHNS Canteen at The Place, Damansara Perdana, PJ. SKOHNS Canteen has shown its creative publicity by putting LGE’s photo on its FB poster advertisement with the wordings “Good Food” and “Below Market Price” on it. My DAP colleague […]
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Today is the opening of the parliament sitting. It started with the opening ceremony of the parliament at the Dataran Parliament by YDP Agong. I arrived prior to the arrival of PM. I sat behind former TPM, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin. He sat next to Mahfuz. He looked so lonely, pity him. Last year he […]
In the fundraising dinner for Sarawak state elections, I delivered a speech. In my speech I questioned whether the CM of Sarawak, Adenan Satem is a true reformist, and I also said “a vote for Adenan Satem is a vote for Najib”.
Last night, DAP Seputeh organized a very successful 118 table fundraising dinner for the Sarawak state general election. The event was held at SJKC Chung Kwo, Kuala Lumpur. The speakers were Lim Kit Siang, Tony Pua, Nurul Izzah, Chiew Chiu Sing, Paul Raja and me. Both Chiew and Paul Raja are from Sarawak, out of […]
Today is a busy Sunday for me. I went to the Hui Chiu association (Hakka) for CNY luncheon gathering, then joined Fong Kui Lun to pay respect to Ng Swee Lin’s wife at Shah Alam. In the evening, I went to CNY dinner of the Happy Garden Hawkers Association at Puchong, then rushed to my […]
Recently, I attended an Indian Ponggal Festival Celebration at Kinrara, Puchong organized by Puteri 8 Residents Association & Rukun Tetangga. It is a very enjoyable festival celebration. 🙂 In the event, I saw different races of people and people from all walks of life came together to celebrate and greet our Indian friends. It has […]
Went to two markets in my constituency Seputeh yesterday morning to wish the people. Gave out 30 boxes of mandarin oranges and my Chinese New Year cards. My Seputeh office also hired a lion dance troupe to perform at every stalls in the markets, wishing them “Sang Yi Heng Loong”