China To Implement ‘Chinese Card’ for Malaysian born Chinese…
3 Feb 2017
Oliver Woods Retweeted Paul Tan
Malaysian Government approves majority foreign ownership in Tanjung Malim car factory. May go to Geely, another boost to Chinese influence.
Oliver Woods added,
starbizmy: Geely leads in bid for Proton http://dlvr.it/NGL4h1
Proton deal will fast-track Geely’s presence http://po.st/AmwVeM via
Geely shares soar to record on report it’s buying Proton’s Malaysia car assembly http://ow.ly/sFdy509dJJv
2 February 2017
Geely leads in bid for Proton
PETALING JAYA: Chinese car manufacturer Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd is said to be leading the race to become the technical partner of national car manufacturer Proton Holdings Bhd.
Also, it is learnt that the national car manufacturer has made some changes to the top executives of its operations in preparation for the entry of a new technical partner.
According to sources, PSA Group of France, the second-largest car manufacturer in Europe which produces marques such as Peugeot and Citroen, is also actively undertaking due diligence work at Proton’s headquarters.
“However, between the two, Geely appears to show more interest. Both are busy with their due diligence at the moment … you can see both Geely and PSA officials at Proton’s headquarters almost everyday,” said sources.
It is learnt that both Geely and PSA want 51% in the manufacturing plant in Tanjung Malim. The government has given the green light for foreigners to own a majority stake in the assembly plant.
Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2017/02/02/geely-leads-in-bid-for-proton/#60KDTsPsS80YVtk2.99
3 Nov 2016
Previously right wing umno & Malay extremist NGOs tell msian Chinese balik China. Now their master go 2 china 2 beg China come to msia!
3 Nov 2016
China–Malaysia two-way investment boosted by twin industrial parks in the cities of Qinzhou and Kuantan
China‘s real estate developer CFLD keen to venture to Malaysia –
1 Nov 2016
China, Malaysia sign agreements on railways, energy and joint development of Malaysia‘s naval ships http://xhne.ws/r3D0T
28 Oct 2016
Malaysia to buy navy vessels from China in blow to U.S. http://reut.rs/2dO5TA6
Malaysia will sign a contract to purchase Littoral Mission Ships from China when Prime Minister Najib Razak visits Beijing next week, according to a Facebook posting by the country’s Ministry of Defence.
The text of a speech to be delivered by Malaysian defense minister Hishammuddin Hussein was posted on Facebook on Tuesday, but was later removed after Reuters asked a defense ministry spokesman for comment.
The purchase of the patrol vessels, if it proceeds, would be Malaysia’s first significant defense deal with China and comes amid rising tensions in the South China Sea and as the United States and China compete for influence in the region
BTN and Perkasa say Indians and Chinese are ‘pendatang’ but ‘Pendatndatang’ MIC are furious.
9 November 2015
Like it or not Indians, Chinese ‘pendatang’: Perkasa
@malaysiakini 1 hour ago
Like it or not Indians, Chinese pendatang: Perkasa http://twib.in/l/RjAL8kzqdAG | https://twibble.io
Like it or not, the Chinese and Indians of the country were pendatang to then Federation of Malaya, said Perkasa.
The Malay rights group’s information chief, Hassan Basri Muhammad, was reponding to MIC president Dr S Subramaniam who, in his speech at the party’s annual general assembly on Nov 6, had asked that the government ban the use of the word pendatang.
“(In asking this), it shows how shallow he (Subramaniam) is and that he is only trying to change the history of the pendatang,” Hassan said in a statement today.
Hassan reminded that history would always remain as history.
“This is why we are taught to learn from history,” he said.
THESE UMNO POLITICIANS AND THEIR SORT TELL US, “BALIK CINA” OR “BALIK INDIA” WHEN WE DISAGREE.
NOW, THIS EDUCATION MINISTER II SAYS, “SEND YOUR CHILDREN OVERSEAS TO STUDY IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT.”
He actually means, “Get lost and take your children with you overseas.”
The Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025: Don’t like it? Send your kids overseas!
Free Malaysia Today
Study abroad if you’re unhappy with blueprint
Government will not be cowed by threats from Chinese groups in implementing the National Education Blueprint.
SHAH ALAM: Despite facing legal action from Dong Zong (United Chinese School Committees Association), the Educational Ministry will continue with its plan to increase the teaching hours of Bahasa Malaysia in all schools as stated in the new Malaysian Education Blueprint launched by Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on Sept 6.
It was reported last week that Dong Zong and some other Chinese groups may take legal action against the Education Ministry, including holding peaceful rallies, should the National Education Blueprint 2013-2025 remain detrimental to Chinese education.
According to a news report, Dong Zong president Yap Sian Tian was not optimistic with what is in store for primary Chinese schools, seeing it as a step to realise the government’s ultimate objective of implementing the monolingual education policy.
Speaking at an open dialogue forum this morning, Education Minister II Idris Jusoh said that his ministry will carry on with its plan and hinted that those who are not satisfied with the blueprint can send their kids overseas.
NOTHING NEW: RIDHUAN TEE TELLS US TO EMIGRATE
THIS IS NEW: WHY DON’T YOU EMIGRATE SAUDI ARABIA OR BRUNEI, RIDHUAN TEE? MAKE US HAPPY.
Migrate if you are not happy, says Ridhuan Tee
Controversial lecturer Dr Ridhuan Tee Abdullah today said those who were not happy living in Malaysia should pack their bags and head for greener pastures.
In his Sinar Harian column, Ridhuan said this was an easy issue for him – if Malaysia was not a paradise for certain parties, then they should leave.
“Why do these irresponsible parties not move abroad? Because Malaysia is heaven. Why are they still making insistent demands? Because they want a better heaven,” he said.
OUTRAGEOUS! What Malaysian politicians and other ‘Poisonalities’ say.
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