Thursday, July 3, 2008

Not in Town

I am currently overseas and will not be back until next Tueday. Therefore, there will not be posting until then.


NEIL said...

Dr, Where are you going?If holiday then I wish you a happy holiday.If negotiating with Anwar,then welcome to join PR.If business then get the best deal.Anyway take care and will be most delighted to see you safely back.Thanks for your notice.

Onekampung said...

Dr, even if you are having a holiday or rest of some kind, don't forget your political struggle. There is still a long way to go.

The political drama unfolded in the past several days has really got us common folks speechless. What has become of Malaysia? Are we slowly going down the road like Indonesia and Thailand? Sad......

for a better future said...

I understand that you are vying for the MCA President post, I sincerely wish you well as you have been one of the most hardworking leaders to have served us. To be honest, I have not met most of our present or past MCA leaders but I've read a lot in the papers all these years, of what they have done to improve our education and welfare of our community. Our past President Tun Dr. Ling Liong Sik has a lot of support from then Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahatir and the present Datuk Seri Ong Kah Teng has been very hardworking too. Very too often Datuk Seri Ong Kah Teng and his wife, Wendy will be officiating at charity functions and events to generate contribution to build schools and improve our education. As such we hope to have a capable and just as hardworking leader for our future MCA President. Hope others do not blame each other for the March dismal election result. We only want the government to improve the standard of living for our future generations. A definite better future for your grand-children too.
All the best, May God Bless you.

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