“LESSONS NOT LEARNT, STERN ACTION MUST BE TAKEN TO AVOID DOUBLE STANDARDS IN ENFORCING SEDITION ACT BY THE GOVERNMENT”

7 OCTOBER 2014 Press Statement by MCA Selangor Youth Education Bureau Chief, Dato’ Lawrence Low Kah Guan ______________________________________________________________________ “LESSONS NOT LEARNT, STERN ACTION MUST BE TAKEN TO AVOID DOUBLE STANDARDS IN ENFORCING SEDITION ACT BY THE GOVERNMENT” MCA Selangor Youth Education Bureau expresses regret and anger in the recent statement by Mohamed Azli Mohamed Saad, [...]

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Stern action against those involved in leaking UPSR 2014 Science and English papers

14th September 2014 Press Statement by MCA Selangor Youth Education Bureau Chairman Dato’ Lawrence Low Kah Guan STERN ACTION AGAINST THOSE INVOLVED IN LEAKING THE UPSR 2014 SCIENCE AND ENGLISH PAPER MCA Selangor Youth Education Bureau finds regret and anger in the recent issue on leakage of the Science 018 (SK), 028 (SJKC), 038 (SJKT) [...]

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“Grow Together With GST”

“Grow Together With GST” MCA Youth Selangor Education Burea will conduct a seminar entitled “Grow Together with GST’ on 16 September 2014 at Level 3, Auditorium, WIsma MCA, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur from 10a.m. to 3p.m. the purpose of this seminar is to encourage local university and college students to have a better understanding about [...]

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Finding right direction

SOME 80 students and parents attended the ‘2014 Education Guidance Roadshow’ organis-ed by the MCA Youth Education Bureau at Wisma MCA in Jalan Transfer, Penang. The school leavers were enlightened on how to obtain education loans and how to apply for tertiary education, either at a public or private higher learning institution. State MCA Youth [...]

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SJKC Chin Woo land issue resolved; MCA will continue to defend Chinese schools

22 October 2013 Press Statement by MCA Youth Education Bureau Chairman Chong Sin Woon SJKC Chin Woo land issue resolved; MCA will continue to defend Chinese schools We applaud the solution taken by the school’s representatives and Chief Secretary to the government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa at Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) yesterday as [...]

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MCA to facilitate another meeting between SJKC Chin Woo & Tourism Ministry

MCA HQ, 18 Sept – MCA Youth Education Bureau chairman Sdr Chong Sin Woon today refuted claims that MCA was inefficient in handling the SJKC Chin Woo land issue and was responsible for causing some parts of the school to be demolished. “MCA has done its part. Dato’ Sri Liow Tiong Lai had met up [...]

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Pemuda MCA mahu BM di SJKC kekal 210 minit

On September 14, 2013, in MCA Youth, MCA Youth Edu Bureau

Pemuda MCA meminta Kementerian Pendidikan menimbang untuk mengurangkan masa pembelajaran bahasa Malaysia di sekolah jenis kebangsaan Cina (SJK) (C) kepada 210 minit seminggu daripada 240 minit seminggu yang ditetapkan di bawah rangka tindakan pendidikan nasional. Ketuanya Datuk Wee Ka Siong berkata walaupun Pemuda MCA gembira dengan penambahbaikan yang dibuat dalam rangka tindakan itu berbanding laporan [...]

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MCA Youth Central Committee: Keep to 210 minutes for BM classes in vernacular schools

MCA HQ, 13 Sept – Speaking to reporters after chairing the MCA Youth Central Committee meeting, MCA Youth National Chairman Datuk Dr Ir Wee KA Siong emphasised that the Youth wing welcomes the latest version of the National Education Blueprint 2013~2025. “MCA Youth today deliberated and made a comparison (between the recently released updated version) [...]

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Education Minister Idris should work to reduce misunderstandings by communicating more

12 September 2013 Press Statement by MCA Youth Education Bureau Chairman Chong Sin Woon Deputy Minister Idris should work to reduce misunderstandings by communicating more The remarks by Minister of Education II Dato’ Seri Idris Jusoh that parents who were unhappy with the National Education Blueprint can send their children to study abroad does not [...]

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Position Paper: Public University Admissions

Position Paper: Public University Admissions Introduction The persistent problems and issues relating to Malaysia’s public education sector, in particular, annual public university admissions, have affected the support rate for the government and have caused MCA to lose support from the Chinese community. Despite the intervention from MCA, the selection mechanism for public university admissions remain [...]

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