Penang Gerakan stands a chance to win three state seats

The Tanjung Bunga state seat in Penang has 69% of Chinese voters. The voter turnout rate in the last election was 83.7%. The DAP defeated Gerakan with 5,515 majority votes. The higher percentage of Chinese voters in a state...

Barisan and Pakatan in equal strength

Although the outcome of the 14th general election is unknown, many people believe the polls would lead to even a sharper divide between Malays in the ruling party and Chinese in the opposition, based on the current trend and...

Sabah BN manifesto: conditional Recognition of UEC

Kota Kinabalu, April 25 – Apart from protecting Sabah’s rights as enshrined In the Malaysia Agreement 1963 and Federal Constitution, Sabah Barisan Nasional Manifesto for 14th General Election also acknowledged Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) as qualification for applying in...

Anti-China theory in fishing for votes

To know how strong the influence of China is on a particular country, one way is to observe the number of times issues relating to China are raised and the approach used in general election campaigns of that country....

Lim Kit Siang and son turn a deaf ear to Tun Mahathir’s anti-Chinese investments statements, says Teng Chang Yeow

Penang, April 24 – Penang Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman Teng Chang Yeow today continued to lambast on Lim Kit Siang and his son Lim Guan Eng, criticizing them of flattering Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Mahathir who is anti-China all...

Cheated by MCA for 60 years

Some Chinese who are politically mature would simply make accusation that MCA has cheated the Chinese community for 60 years. It makes one feel very sad at hearing this because if the Chinese have been cheated for 60 years,...

Tan Seng Giaw being ousted and the structure of Rocket

The incumbent Kepong lawmaker Dr. Tan Seng Giaw was confirmed not representing the Rocket logo (oh, I have forgotten, it’s the Blue-eye) in the 14th General Election. It is not a surprise because during the last general election there...

Some are fluent in Chinese but they use foul language – Mah: People in Teluk Intan do not want negative culture

(Teluk Intan, 24 Apr) “My Mandarin is no good and I used to say the wrong words. Some speak excellent Mandarin but foul language is used!” Gerakan president Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong said his wrong choice of words...

Najib: Recognition of UEC listed as BN manifesto

(KUALA LUMPUR, 23 Apr) Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib has confirmed that recognition of Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) has been listed as manifesto of Barisan Nasional with the criteria of a credit in Bahasa Melayu and a pass in...

The Chinese and Mahathir

Recently I had a talk with a 50 year-old man about politics. This senior guy has experienced the eras of three prime ministers and he shared his thoughts with me about the views of the Chinese on Mahathir. Those...