MCA President Liow Tiong Lai: Citizens…

Dato’ Sri Liow Tiong Lai is a Malaysian politician who has served in the Cabinet of Malaysia as Minister of Transport since 2014. Previously he was Minister of Health from 18 March 2008 to 5 May 2013. Wikipedia


Watch how his majority has been reduced to 379 in GE 13 from 12,549 in GE 12. One more election, and he is likely to be GONE from Parliament.


Think of the AES, Kejara and AWAS, and his name will be on your lips.

MCA’s Liow Tiong Lai: AWAS (Awareness Automated Safety System)

AWAS = AES + Kejara system.

AWAS involves 21 cameras in high-risk accident areas nationwide.


The excuse is that it will reduce accidents. The reality is that it will increase collection of fines.

Road Safety System (KEJARA)

Road penalties associated with KEJARA demerit point

  • 15 points – Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs / Intoxication.
  • 15 points – Driving dangerously / recklessly
  • 15 points – Illegal Racing on road
  • 10 Points – Failed to follow traffic light
  • 10 points – Failed to display P plate
  • 10 points – Exceeding road speed over 40 km/h
  • 8 points – Exceeding road speed over 26–40 km/h
  • 8 points – Fail to give priority to ambulance, firefighter, police, custom, or Road Transportation Department car (with siren)
  • 8 points – Fail to stop at junction
  • 6 points – Exceeding road speed over 1–25 km/h
  • 5 points – Ignore traffic sign or regulation
  • 5 points – Using exhausted tire
  • 5 points – Fail to bring driving licence (probationary)

RTD will add 23 new offences into the system in stages, which include using a handphone while driving, failing to stop at police checkpoints and overloading commercial vehicles.


5 September 2017

Elsie Low liked



HOW DARE MCA PORTRAY US AS UNPATRIOTIC.. @nonvitaltooth @_chuad @skumar176 @lowelsielow54 @2sayornot2say @billtay25 @chongbeng @kuanbt @arifsetia20132d @asoknair7

KUALA LUMPUR – The Merdeka Day video, ‘Citizens’, was intended to call upon the people to give their support towards the government en route to becoming a strong nation, MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said.
Liow, who is the main actor in the video, stressed that the video does not mean to tarnish the image of the Chinese community nor was it meant to portray the community as a group that does not love the country.

“The video was intended to call for the people to give their utmost support and love towards the government because it is only with their support that we can become a strong government en route to becoming a strong nation,” Liow said on the sidelines of the second China-Malaysia Port Alliance Annual Meeting at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre today.
Liow was commenting on claims by opposition leaders that the “Citizen” video has tarnished the image of the Chinese community as it potrays them as people who do not love or support the country.
He further asserted that the government truly understands the feelings of the community and people and is trying its best to rectify all weaknesses.
“Overall the video is still a positive video with good vibes because whatever is reflected in the video shows the strength of the country, we want the people to love this country. Hence, let us all move forward,” Liow said.
– Sundaily

MCA leader: DAP turns Liow’s positive Merdeka video into negative

An MCA leader has accused DAP of resorting to gutter politics with regard to Liow Tiong Lai’s Merdeka video.

Ti Lian Ker said the MCA president’s video titled ‘Citizens’ contained a positive image but DAP turned it into something negative to sow hatred and divide the Chinese community.

Ti said the video, in which Liow is featured in a double role as “honest and powerful to the core, was strategically produced to send a reassuring message to Malaysians not to give up on Malaysia despite the government’s mistakes”.

The MCA central committee member noted how Liow, in the video, conceded that mistakes were made, but at the same timed pointed out that it was not easy to govern Malaysia.

“The messages delivered were so powerful that DAP, whose political games are to create negative vibes, anti-establishment sentiments and hatred, found it fit for them to undermine and diminish the positive vibrations and messages therein,” he said in a statement.

Ti referred to the pro-DAP Facebook page, ‘Nasi Lemak 2020’, creating a parody video featuring Liow and his predecessor Dr Chua Soi Lek.

“It is obvious DAP cannot go beyond its political games of exploiting racial and religious divides. DAP’s political culture is about creating a divide on the ground by exploiting differences and hate mongering,” he said.

The 6-minute film titled “Citizens” explores the deep-seated psychological struggle of a federal minister whose government and party are highly unpopular.

STEVEN SIM, DAP MP for Bukit Mertajam.


Published on Aug 27, 2017

A National Day video starring the Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai. Written and directed by Pete Teo & Liew Seng Tat. A Little Picture House Production. Please share and subscribe! Sebuah video Hari Kebangsaan menampilkan Menteri Pengangkutan Malaysia, Liow Tiong Lai. Skrip dan arahan Pete Teo & Liew Seng Tat. Sebuah karya A Little Picture House. 马来西亚国庆日视頻。大马交通部长廖中莱主演。张子夫与刘城达作品。请分享! 谢谢!



This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s