The 1Week That Was (19 – 25 March 2012)
21 Mar – 1Malaysia LPG Cylinder (SL1M)
I hope local gas companies will switch their existing steel LPG cylinders to the lighter, cheaper, user and environment-friendly composite cylinder.
21 Mar – Launching Yayasan Sukarelawan Siswa
The Government’s proposal to amend the University and University Colleges Act 1971 displays the Government’s faith in our undergraduates in making matured, well-thought decisions for their future..
22 Mar – Interview with 988 FM
During the one hour interview with DJ Sam Mak and Tan Yi Hui, I explained that the government will certainly not allow the Lynas project to operate if scientific evidences show that it is harmful to human health and the environment.
22 Mar – Official visit by United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Malaysia is committed in doing our level best in the pursuit of global peace and development, and I reassured His Excellency that Malaysia will do more within our affordability to move towards development and peace.
22 Mar – The 1Malaysia Biomass Alternative Strategy (1MBAS) Initiative
This initiative aims to encourage more local and foreign companies to invest and establish partnerships in the biomass industry and accelerate the industry’s growth.
23 Mar – Launched The “Five-Mountain Motorcycle Tour” package
This tour package is a very good initiative to promote Malaysia as a premier biking destination in the region. I also unveiled the 1Malaysia Chopper motorcycle, designed by the founder of Orange County Choppers (OCC).
24 Mar – “Meet-the-People” session and launching of the Caring for Old Folks Awareness Campaign
As children, love and gratitude to parents is a must and that this should never be compromised. This is what we must instil in our society. Do not sent parents to the old folks home. Even if it cannot be avoided, at least find ways where we can still spend time with them.
25 Mar – Ceremony To Give Assistance To Flood Victims In The Hulu Langat And Ampang Parliamentary Constituencies
I am confident that the support of the people in Selangor for the Barisan Nasional (BN) is growing due to the failure of the state government under the opposition front to fulfill its pledges made during the 2008 general election.