Normally having a meal with sixty people would be considered a large dinner….

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Normally having a meal with sixty people would be considered a large dinner. Last night in Westport, Klang, I had the honour of sharing dinner with sixty thousand people. The support I received was heartening, and encouraged me in the knowledge that the Government has done a lot for the Chinese community over the last few years.

I believe this is especially true on education, where we will continue a RM100 million yearly allocation for maintenance and upgrading of Chinese schools. We have also recognised several universities in China, and Xiamen University has opened their first overseas campus on our shores. Bilateral ties with China have never been as strong as they are today.

The Mandarin equivalent of ‘country’ is ‘Guo Jia’. If we were to separate these two characters, we would get ‘Guo’ which stands for for defence and ‘Jia’ which stands for ‘family’. Words which Barisan Nasional takes strongly to heart as we vow to continue defending our 1Malaysia family, a family made out of a multitude of races and religions, all existing in harmony with each other. I ask that you continue to support us, so that we can continue the work we’ve started for the good of the community, and the nation.



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