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文告 民主行动党和敦马哈迪的结盟,对上两届大选支持行动党的华裔选民是背信弃义,是赤裸裸的出卖委托。我相信心里雪亮的选民会以一手中神圣一票向公然背弃人民委托的行动党作出最强烈的大控诉。 行动党不该把华裔选票当作理所当然,公然再次骑劫民意,打着民主的名义,做尽违反民主精神的勾当。希望全马华人,在来届大选中向林吉祥父子讨回公道,伸张正义,不能让他们继续为所欲为。 林吉祥和林冠英父子显然要全国华人相信,他们两人说白就是白,说黑就是黑,然后黑可以变白,白可以变黑,指鹿为马。从昨天希盟的宣布分析,看出林吉祥和林冠英父子在政治上已经是无可救药。行动党可以为了权力而出卖我国最重要的世俗体制,把伊斯兰党表明要打造的神权国美化为福利国,现在又和以马来人优先的土团党合作,还有什么是行动党不可以出卖的。 从希盟公布的大选议席分配比例可以清楚看出,敦马领导的土著团结党已经反客为主,行动党已沦为配角。当最后加入希盟的土著团结党获得最多议席分配,行动党只获得35个选区上阵,反映出行动党根本没有地位,既不能当家,更不能当权。 林吉祥和林冠英在这10年内的变化太大了,可以说是面目全非,是非颠倒。林吉祥怎么能忘记,他曾把敦马说成是暴君,是对马来西亚民主体制造成永久性伤害的人,如今怎么会变成他父子俩心目中的救世主? 纵观希盟昨天的言论,无非就是要推倒纳吉政权,跟民主正义毫无关系。根据他们公布的方案,反对党集团正在设法把这个国家的权力中心建立在3个家庭,也即是敦马和慕克力父子、林吉祥和林冠英父子,还有安华、旺阿兹莎夫妇和女儿努鲁一家三口。这种各怀鬼胎、家天下的做法和趋势,绝对是开时代的倒车,是在跟民主体制开最大的玩笑! 马哈迪和安华在位时都对华教和华裔经商机会诸多限制,土著至上的心态表露无遗。如今,老马声称他当年指安华没有资格担任首相的道德问题已成为历史,只能说明林冠英、安华和敦马哈迪拥有一个共同点,也即是为了权力可以不择手段。可是,在政治上,连串的错误并不可能产生负负得正的结局,反而会造成更大的祸害。“烈火莫熄”的闹剧已经闹了20年,“人民的名义”也被滥用了20年,下一届大选,华裔选民应该发起一场正义大海啸,把反对党虚伪和丑陋的政治把戏彻底打垮!
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首相署部长兼马华署理总会长拿督斯里魏家祥博士声明(21/2/2018):

1. 在超过一星期后,槟州首长林冠英对于我有关槟城海底隧道和三大道项目工程的质问,即主要承包商中国铁建自2013年签署工程总承包合约至今,只获得支付合约总值5%的经费,也就是略略高于300万令吉,以致无法继续进行相关工程工作,依然无法给予明确的答复和交代,实在叫人大失所望。

2. 这是一项严重的课题,因为这也确切反映出项目的中标公司如今已面目全非,非但财力雄厚和技术能力强大的中国铁建和北京城建,完全不在特殊项目公司之列,其他当初共组特殊项目公司的股东,Sri Tinggi有限公司同样不在其中,Juteras有限公司则在清盘中,也即将不再是股东。

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3. 换言之,当初宣称由5家公司共组财团而设的特殊项目公司,如今只剩1家依然是股东,那就是Zenith Construction 有限公司,一家在工程招标者预审阶段前82天才注册设立,缴足资本只有区区30万令吉的公司,继续主导着整个项目。

4. 这表示槟州政府颁发价值63亿4000万令吉的工程项目给予只诞生了82天,缴足资本只有30万令吉的新公司,完全不符合槟州政府自定的3亿8100万令吉最低缴足资本的规定。令人费解的是,槟州政府仍无视自设的条件,执意不检讨获颁项目的特殊项目公司,如今是否依然达到相关最低缴足资本要求。

5. 林冠英在还没延续他的扭曲诬陷戏码前,他有必要证明,一再被他“摆上台”的主要承包商中国铁建,至今获得远超300万令吉的工程付款,以及交代最后一次付款在何时,并证明中国铁建并没有停工。

6. 再者,我们发现中国铁建获得价值2200万美元(6900万令吉)的海底隧道及三条大道的详细设计报告合约。

7. 可是,这项获得槟州行政议员曹观友证实的信息,与另一位槟州行政议员林峰成早前指费用达3亿500万令吉的可行性报告中,详细设计报告就要价2亿5370万令吉,有很大的出入。

8. 中国铁建的详细设计报告合约价值为6900万令吉,州政府却报价2亿5370万令吉,当中1亿8470万令吉的差额,去了谁的口袋?

9. 由于中国铁建没有继续为3条道路和海底隧道进行详细设计报告工作,那么何人接手了相关工作?有关报告是否已经完成?在这情况下,中标公司有否依据实际工作进度,诚实的向槟州政府索取款项(得到土地拥有权);又或者说,槟州政府有没有严谨审核实际的工作进度,避免预付过多款项给予相关公司?

10. 另外,林冠英从来没有正面地解释,为什么总长20公里的三条道路造价为20亿令吉,却需要花费2亿875万令吉来做可行性报告,相对于更复杂的隧道工程,报告费却只需要9624万令吉。

11. 更令人震惊的是,其中一条造价为3亿7700万令吉的10.5公里道路,报告费却高达1.2亿令吉 ,远远超越造价35亿令吉,但报告费只需9624万令吉的海底隧道。

12. 种种迹象显示出,总值63亿4000万令吉的槟城海底隧道和三条道路项目工程,不过是让一些本地利益集团在最短的时间内,尽可能获取最多的州政府土地的精心布局,那么州政府还有何颜面指责他人?

13. 项目合约存在许多不平等条款,并且牺牲了槟州人的利益,我定必会一一揭露!

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(吉隆坡19日訊)馬華署理總會長拿督斯里魏家祥說,若行動黨真的“剿滅”了馬華,該黨很可能就取代馬華與巫統組聯合政府,就像他們不計前嫌漂白前首相兼土團黨主席敦馬哈迪所犯的過錯一樣,只用一個口號“挽救大馬”。

 (吉隆坡19日訊)馬華署理總會長拿督斯里魏家祥說,若行動黨真的“剿滅”了馬華,該黨很可能就取代馬華與巫統組聯合政府,就像他們不計前嫌漂白前首相兼土團黨主席敦馬哈迪所犯的過
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柔佛州务大臣在中华公会新春团拜与民同庆戊戌狗年的到来。

会上,他也提到,希望华裔选民们能够选择他的朋友,让政府的体系内能够拥有更多的华裔代表。

马华加油,马华与民,团结势更强。

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选民我最大

选民我最大

马哈迪和林吉祥都说对方是极端种族主义份子,究竟谁比较偏激,看看老马怎么说?

#选民我最大

巴西古当国会议员拿督诺玛拉来向大家拜年咯。祝大家新年快乐,恭喜发财。

Chinese New Year message from member of parliament for Pasir Gudang, YB Dato' Hajah Normala Abdul Samad

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“剿灭马华是历史使命”是张念群于30/1/18提出,13/2/18林吉祥却大言不惭说“那是伪命题“,还指我用苦肉计。我的天呀!岂有此理,火箭人提出的主张我却被骂博同情。吉祥还替张念群背书简直不可理喻!原以为儿子无赖,没想到爸爸更无赖,正所谓”有其父必有其子”,行动党真悲哀!👇看以下新闻你就一目了然!

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“剿灭马华是历史使命”是张念群于30/1/18提出,13/2/18林吉祥却大言不惭说“那是伪命题“,还指我用苦肉计。我的天呀!岂有此理,火箭人提出的主张我却被骂博同情。吉祥还替张念群背书简直不可理喻!原以为儿子无赖,没想到爸爸更无赖,正所谓”有其父必有其子”,行动党真悲哀!👇看以下新闻你就一目了然!

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反对党议员到今天还是一直拿1MDB课题来制造假象误导民众搞到自己国家动荡不安!

我国首相已经澄清也承认1MDB管理失误而且公账委员会也查了一年多证明首相没有牵涉1马公司的账目问题!

反对党一直在误导告诉民众首相牵涉把一马公司的钱转进首相私人户口!他们一直在向民众疑问:-...
“为什么”“为什么”“为什么”

其实一马公司里面的资料严密,他们所问的问题谁会知道,而他们制造些假象来问的头头是道结果都毫无根据!而且为何行动党元老陈胜尧和Tony Pua是公账委员会成员也查了一年多,如果有问题他们为何不直接反驳还签署认同首相没有牵涉呢?

如果说 1MDB 有问题, 为何不在国会里辩论而要在网上散播消息。 国会里有222个在朝在野国会议员, 难道他们全部都支持纳吉私自胡搞不成? 如果纳吉真的有私吞了1MDB的钱, 你真以为巫统那些人会静静不出声吗? 巫统里那么多派系, 想要纳吉下台的人可多呢!

1MDB 成立于2009年, 至今已是第八个年头了, 如果是有问题的公司, 会倒闭而导致马来西亚破产, 请问为什么还能支撑到八年啊?

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西门需要大家的分享!给力西门!

槟州政府以超人的速度批准承包商土地转换和规划许可但是却让承包商拖延四年又四个月叫不出来海底隧道报告,速度慢得可以媲美乌龟,但是却是火箭里面的乌龟,火箭龟=活见鬼!

今天 Jason Loo 卢界燊 律师仔记者会揭发了由Ewein Zenith承建的梦想城市City Of Dream COD 从公司成立到获得土地和工程批准的速度。

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西门简单的帮大家讲解一下律师仔 Jieh Sheng 今天记者会的重点:

~2013年10月16号,Ewein 联合 Zenith 成立Ewein Zenith 有限公司。

~2013年12月9号,也就是短短的73天后,Ewein Zenith 神奇的出示工程竣工建筑图,开始在市场兜售百万豪华公寓。但是海底隧道报告4年又4个月没办法完成)

~2015年2月17号,Zenith BUCG 开始追槟州政府给地。嘿嘿,大家是不是错愕了,两年前开始售卖公寓,地是还没有到手,问你地怕未😌😌

~2015年3月9号,也就是拿到地后短短20天内,槟州政府竟然可以神奇的批准了土地转换名字,让Ewein Zenith 拿着LOT 702的地去贷款了。大家试过爸爸转换产业到孩子名下吗?你们知道最快几天吗?

槟州可以批准Ewein Zenith土地转,但是却没有对一再拖延了4年又4个月海底隧道报告采取行动?

~2015年3月9号,大家不要怀疑,西门没写错,在获得槟州政府批准土地转换的同一天,同一天,同一天,太神奇,所以西门一定要写三次。这时间配合得太巧了对不对?嘿嘿。。神州就是有如此神奇的事。

~2015年3月17号,最神奇的事发生了!槟州政府用了短短8天的时间批准了梦想城市 City Of Dream 规划许可申请 !8天!神奇吗?但是人家用了4年又4个月没给我们海底隧道报告,你说我们的政府够豪气够慷慨吗?
~西门吹雪

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老马不做的、纳吉却做了

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I'm Malaysian 我是马来西亚人

是华人就一定要看完!!!
老马任相22年不愿意做的事,
纳吉却做了❗️

最亲华和中庸的首相 - 非他莫属 👏🏻👍🏻...
Inilah PM for ALL❗️

The facts is this never happen in Mahathir’s era.
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喜欢与否,这是事实,大家给个赞吧!
小编祝贺大家新年快乐,身体健康,大吉大利!❤️

#PMNajib #NajibRazak #DatukSeriNajib #首相纳吉 #新年 #Moderation #Malaysia

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Liow Tiong Lai 廖中莱

农历新年就要来到,我与夫人祝福大家事业兴旺,新年进步,身体健康,万事如意!

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马华一带一路2.0启动仪式暨媒体发布会,由马华总会长兼交通部长廖中莱主持推介,并邀得中国驻马来西亚大使白天为特别嘉宾。

MCA Belt & Road 2.0 Launching Ceremony officiated by MCA President cum Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai.

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马华公会 Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) was live — with MCA Belt & Road Centre 马华一带一路中心 and 2 others.

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马华一带一路2.0启动仪式暨媒体发布会,由马华总会长兼交通部长Liow Tiong Lai 廖中莱主持推介,并邀得中国驻马来西亚大使白天为特别嘉宾。
MCA Belt & Road 2.0 Launching Ceremony officiated by MCA President cum ...Transport Minister DS Liow Tiong Lai.

Keynote Speech by Minister of Transport Malaysia cum MCA President Dato’ Sri Liow Tiong Lai

1) First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone here for taking the time to attend the launching ceremony of the “MCA Belt and Road 2.0”.

2) Today, I can see many of my old friends, close comrades and entrepreneurs, and academicians from the various chambers of commerce and industries of both China and Malaysia present here to lend their support to us. On behalf of MCA, I welcome you and thank all of you for your support.

3) “MCA Belt and Road 2.0” is not only exclusive to MCA. It is an inclusive project, and shares a common vision and platform with everyone else. I believe that when our visions and actions are in tune with one another, we will be able to work together to promote further cooperation between our two nations under the Belt and Road Initiative, then both our peoples can share the fruits of our labour and allow both our countries to reach new heights.

4) I also wish to specially acknowledge the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Malaysia, His Excellency Bai Tian. Although he has only held this position for less than three months now, both he and I can see eye-to-eye on many matters. Both of us have the same concepts and direction, and it is as if we have both been friends and comrades for many years.

5) I remember when we first met, Ambassador Bai Tian had expressed to me his intention of boosting cooperation between SMEs from both China and Malaysia, and that this will be his top priority upon taking office. Now, I have no hesitation in expressing my fullest support towards Ambassador Bai Tian, and I promise that I will expand every effort in improving bilateral cooperation between both our governments and our peoples.

6) On 5 February, within a short time after taking office, Ambassador Bai Tian had contributed to the “Malaysia-China SMEs Business Matching Conference”. I was honoured to be invited to officiate the launch of that event and to witness the fulfilment of his promise.

7) When I first proposed the “MCA Belt and Road 2.0” action plan, Ambassador Bai Tian wholeheartedly agreed to it, and pledged to give his support without exception. Today, I would like to tell Your Excellency, that MCA has not let you down. The official launch of the “MCA Belt and Road 2.0” today is proof of my commitment to honour your support.

8) MCA is ready to work side-by-side with Ambassador Bai Tian to lead entrepreneurs and members of the public from both our nations to participate and support the Belt and Road Initiative in Malaysia so that all may benefit.

9) Today, I would like to share a story about my experience with the Belt and Road Initiative.

10) When I ran for the MCA presidency in 2013, I had proposed a transformation blueprint encompassing 9 strategies. Among them, I had proposed establishing inter-party diplomacy and expanding our international network, so as to lead the Malaysian Chinese community to establish itself in this country, and to look for new ways in the world to benefit our future generation.

11) In September and October of the same year, China’s President H.E. Xi Jinping had proposed the Belt and Road Initiative encompassing Central Asia and Southeast Asia, with Malaysia being designated as a major hub for the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road.

12) The Belt and Road Initiative thus presented me with new opportunities to strengthen ties between Malaysia and China, as well as bring new hope for our future generations.

13) At that time, I had realised that MCA must build stronger ties with China and to lead the Chinese community on this new path. Therefore, bringing in the Belt and Road Initiative into Malaysia had become one of the important strategies in fulfilling my election promises.

14) At the same time, I was also aware that MCA as part of the BN component, must have representatives in the Cabinet. We have to be part of the government to ensure that everyone can benefit from the Belt and Road Initiative at the national level. This was also part of my election promise during my presidential election.

15) On 25 June 2014, Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak restructured his Cabinet. I led the MCA Central Committee to take charge of several key Ministries and Departments, including the Ministry of Transport, the Prime Minister’s Department, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Finance, and the Ministry of Education. In future, these positions will help lay a strong foundation for the Belt and Road Initiative.

16) On 18 July of the same year, I then led a delegation from MCA to visit the Communist Party of China. Both our parties had signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to strengthen bilateral ties in politics, economics, culture and education, as well as to jointly promote the Belt and Road Initiative between our countries, marking MCA’s new journey in the Belt and Road Initiative.

17) MCA is the first political party outside of China to respond and actively promote the Belt and Road Initiative. This is the first step in fulfilling my election promise of “establishing inter-party diplomacy and expanding our international network”. It was also the first step in leading the Chinese community to reach new horizons.

18) It can be said that MCA’s strategic cooperation with the CPC has allowed me to set clear goals and directions in fulfilling my promise to lead the Chinese on this journey.

19) Over the past four years serving as MCA President and Minister of Transport, Malaysia, I have not only witnessed a historical high level of cooperation in Malaysia-China relations, but also led in Malaysia-China co-operation under the Belt and Road Initiative.

20) Over the past four years, I held firm to my beliefs, and have led the Malaysian Chinese community to establish itself in Malaysia, as well as globally. Whether at the national or party level, MCA is always at the forefront of consolidating ties between Malaysia and China over the Belt and Road Initiative, and played a pioneering role in it.

21) In November 2015, the Premier of China H.E. Li Keqiang visited Malaysia. As the Minister-in-attendance, I was accorded the honour of accompanying him on a tour around the country to introduce our best to China.

22) At the same time, witnessed by both Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib and Premier Li Keqiang, the Ministry of Transport Malaysia under my leadership had signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Ministry of Transport China to officially establish a “China-Malaysia Port Alliance.”

23) Today, this Port Alliance covers 21 ports in both Malaysia and China, and serves as an important shipping network under the “Maritime Silk Road”. This Port Alliance not only increases the efficiency and competitiveness of our ports, but also facilitates trade, investment and logistics between countries under the Belt and Road Initiative.

24) As of 2016, Malaysia’s total trade with other nations under the Belt and Road Initiative amounted to USD$850 billion. The improvement of other transportation facilities such as ports, airports and railways will further enhance trade between Malaysia and other countries along the Belt and Road Initiative.

25) We not only benefit in terms of traditional trade such as electrical and electronic parts, palm oil and other commodities, but also in terms of creating more business opportunities in non-traditional trading fields such as logistics, tourism, cross border e-commerce and education. All of these have provided us with a golden opportunity to expand our market abroad.

26) In November 2016, when accompanying Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib, I had visited China and witnessed the signing of 14 Memorandums of Cooperation between Malaysian and Chinese companies worth RM144 billion. Three of these were green field investments which have directly generated a higher economic output for our country; created more business opportunities for SMEs; and produced more job opportunities for the people.

27) In addition to that, four of those Memorandums signed were related to the bird’s nest industry and cross border e-commerce, which had opened up a bigger market for Malaysia’s bird’s nest farmers and e-traders.

28) During that same trip, we had also met with Jack Ma, founder of the Alibaba Group, to set up our own Digital Free Trade Zone and to make Malaysia an important player in e-World Trade Platform (eWTP).

29) In May 2017, in my capacity as Transport Minister, I had accompanied Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Najib to attend the “Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation”.

30) Not only did I witness the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation worth RM31.3 billion between Malaysia and China, but I had also personally signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation of Transportation Infrastructure between Malaysia and China’s Ministry of Commerce to jointly develop railways, ports, airports and other infrastructure projects.

31) My comrades, MCA Secretary-General Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Chuan, who is also the Minister of International Trade and Industry II, had on behalf of Malaysia, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with China on “Promoting Joint Economic Development under the Belt and Road Initiative” which saw the inclusion of the development of Belt and Road Initiative into our national agenda.

32) China has also promised to purchase USD$2 trillion worth of goods from countries which are part of the Belt and Road Initiative, especially those that are signatories to it, as well as to invest USD$150 billion worth of construction projects over the next five years. As signatories to this MoU, our entrepreneurs are expected to benefit from this.

33) In late January this year, as Malaysia’s Transport Minister, I represented our country in attending the Asia Pacific Ministerial Conference on Civil Aviation which was held in Beijing with the aim of enhancing safety in civil aviation.

34) At the Conference, I had also met with H.E. Li Xiaopeng, China’s Transport Minister, to discuss and conduct an in-depth exchange between China and Malaysia in terms of facilities and cooperation, which included strengthening the China-Malaysia Port Alliance, increasing flights to Wuhan, Fuzhou and Nanjing, the construction of the East Coast Railway Link, the development of Melaka Gateway Port, as well as other projects.

35) At the same time, I was also invited to meet with Liu He, a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. During this meeting, we had deliberated on the cooperation between Malaysia and China on certain issues. For my part, I had sought to increase the exports of bird’s nests and durians to China, whilst China will increase its volume of cargo in Kuantan Port and accelerate the construction of Melaka Gateway Port.

36) The strategic cooperation between MCA and the CPC is not solely about MCA. Since our independence, MCA and the Chinese community have been dependent on each other. This was the case in the past, and in the future it should be even more so.

37) Since taking office as MCA President, I have been actively building bridges between both countries via the Belt and Road Initiative. Our biggest driving force is to lead the Chinese business community, and future generations, to embark on this new path.

38) In 2015, I led 160 local entrepreneurs to China to attend the “Malaysia-China Business Dialogue” in Beijing jointly organised by MCA and the CPC, which saw a number of business matchings between Malaysia and China.

39) In 2016, MCA had cooperated with the International Liaison Department of the CPC to hold the “Belt and Road Initiative: Malaysia-China Business Dialogue”. The Department’s Assistant Minister H.E. Li Jun had led a delegation of 62 Chinese businessmen to Kuala Lumpur to attend the dialogue which saw many Memorandums of Cooperation signed with the 120 Malaysian businessmen led by MCA. This includes agreements on bird’s nests, e-commerce, agriculture and tourism.

40) In May 2017, I had led an MCA delegation to visit the CPC Central Committee where we held an in-depth discussion with Chinese Minister H.E. Song Tao on education, urbanisation of new villages, think tank research and cultural cooperation, all of which have achieved satisfactory results.

41) In late January this year, I had led a delegation to China to meet my old friend H.E. Song Tao again.

42) During the dinner we had, H.E. Song Tao not only affirmed Malaysia’s efforts in promoting the Belt and Road Initiative, but also praised the role played by MCA in leading Malaysia to become one of the first countries to benefit from it, and therefore receive the biggest gains.

43) MCA and the International Liaison Department of the CPC have also shared our views and achieved many tangible results in politics, economy, culture and education under the Belt and Road Initiative between both our parties and countries.

44) Overall, under MCA’s active leadership, the cooperation between Malaysia and China under the Belt and Road Initiative has upgraded from its original purpose into an important agenda and action plan for the development of our country.

45) MCA has created many firsts in Malaysia-China co-operation under the Belt and Road Initiative.

46) We were the first political party from abroad to respond to the Belt and Road Initiative, and the first to actively lead our country’s participation in the Initiative. We are also the first to set up a Belt and Road Initiative centre.

47) We were also the first country to launch the “Malaysian Chinese Belt and Road Declaration”, and the first country to set up the “MCA Belt and Road Business Consultation Mobile Centre”.

48) The MCA Belt and Road Centre (MBRACE) was established on 12 December 2016, and serves as MCA’s platform to introduce the Belt and Road Initiative to the Chinese community, SMEs, and the public in general.

49) I would also like to take the opportunity to thank the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia for their support in the setting up of MBRACE last year.

50) At the same time, I also want to thank the various Chinese guilds and associations for their support. Your willingness to stand with us and to sign the “Malaysian Chinese Belt and Road Declaration” is an important pillar for MCA to move forward and to lead the Chinese community on this new journey.

51) I also want to thank the entrepreneurs and those who have taken this journey with us and have actively supported MCA and MBRACE. Because of your support, MCA can travel further down this road.

52) Looking back throughput the past year, MBRACE has hosted over 100 seminars on the Belt and Road Initiative so as to share the opportunities and challenges to more than 15,000 entrepreneurs and members of the public.

53) Since its launching last May, MBRACE has visited many second- and third-tier cities nationwide, providing consultation on business transformation and advisory services to hundreds of small and medium-sized enterprises.

54) Today, we have led more than 500 SMEs to China to participate in exhibitions and have successfully matched many Malaysian companies with companies from China. We have also hosted over 100 delegations from China’s central, provincial and municipal governments and business delegations so as to deepen ties and to help local entrepreneurs “go global”.

55) MBRACE and Hunan Broadcasting System, China’s highest rated television station, had also collaborated for the first time to organise the “Malaysia International Durian Cultural Tourism Festival 2017” to create an international durian brand in Malaysia. This Festival had attracted over 50,000 people and tourists, consuming 10 tonnes of durians within 2 days.

56) Economic and trade ties between China and Malaysia are now at a historical peak. Today, China is Malaysia’s largest trading partner, our largest source of imports, and our second largest exports market.

57) Bilateral trade between Malaysia and China amounted to RM264.62 billion in the first 11 months of 2017, which accounts for 16.3% of Malaysia’s total trade and surpassed the RM249.91 billion worth of bilateral trade for the whole of 2016.

58) On average, China imports more than RM10 billion worth of goods from Malaysia monthly, highlighting the huge potential of Malaysia’s products and services in China’s market.

59) Ever since the Belt and Road Initiative was proposed, bilateral trade between Malaysia and China has reached RM1,447.5 billion from 2013 to November 2017, which is an increase of 52.4%, from RM751.1 billion five years ago before its proposal.

60) The continuous cooperation between our countries under the Belt and Road Initiative have allowed us to see its results, and its gradual integration into our economic sector has yielded positive benefits to our country, economy, and industry, and to the people.

61) Work on the East Coast Rail Link has begun. Rail networks linking Greater KL with our three east coast states will create spill-over development in its neighbouring areas. Economic growth in these three states is expected to grow by an additional 1.5% and will create more than 80,000 job opportunities.

62) The new deep-water terminal for Kuantan Port is expected to be completed by the end of this year. By then, Kuantan Port will emerge to become a transit point for international goods. In future, it will also be connected to the East Coast Rail Link to encourage logistical trade and investment.

63) Upon the completion of the Melaka Gateway project, Melaka will become a new international tourist attraction and its status as a port city will create business opportunities for the local economy and surrounding industries.

64) In addition, our government’s partnership with Alibaba Group will see over 1,900 SMEs stationed in our Digital Free Trade Zone. By 2025, the DFTZ is estimated to bring in USD$ 65 billion worth of logistics, thus transforming Malaysia into a regional logistical hub.

65) In terms of manufacturing, China is our largest source of FDI in the manufacturing industry. In 2016, China participated in 33 manufacturing projects, with a total investment value of RM4.8 billion.

66) Malaysia is also one of the largest beneficiaries of China’s green field investments. From 2003 to 2015, China’s green field investments in Malaysia was valued at USD$11.8 billion.

67) Malaysia has also become the third largest solar cell producer in the world with three companies from China investing in solar cell manufacturing facilities in Penang and Sarawak.

68) Besides these, two major glass production companies from China, Xinyi Glass Holdings and QIBIN Glass Group, have set up factories in Malaysia, turning us from a net importers of glass to become a net exporter of glass.

69) In terms of agriculture, I have been actively promoting our durians to China. Now, our “Musang King” has sparked a durian craze in China. In 2017, we held our first durian festival in Nanning, China. In three days, it attracted 165,000 visitors and netted business deals worth RM2.9 billion.

70) Through the efforts of MCA Cabinet Ministers and the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry, our pineapples are now allowed to enter China’s market. The day when whole durians will be exported into the Chinese market is also near. In future, we will introduce more “Made in Malaysia” fruits and agricultural products to China’s huge consumer market.

71) In tourism, Malaysia is the second most popular tourist destination under the Belt and Road Initiative, after Thailand. The number of tourists from China to Malaysia has exceeded 2 million, compared to only 100,000 in the 1990s.

72) In the past two years, Malaysia and China have been establishing new trade routes with major cities in Malaysia, including Melaka, Penang and Johor, creating tremendous business opportunities for our tourism industry and other related fields. We are confident that by 2020 we will reach the goal of having 8 million Chinese tourists visiting Malaysia.

73) China’s Alipay has also officially signed an agreement with Malaysia, therefore providing greater convenience for tourists from China to make purchases in Malaysia. This will help stimulate the development of our local tourism and its related industries.

74) On cooperation in the education sector, through the urgings of MCA Ministers, Xiamen University has opened its first campus in Malaysia. This is the first time that a prestigious university from China had set up a campus overseas. Since 2016, more than 2,600 students have enrolled in it, including 1,000 from China.

75) In 2016, the number of students of China studying in Malaysia reached 11,445 whereas the number of Malaysian students in China reached 6,880. Due to the continuous development of cooperation between both universities, this figure is expected to rise.

76) The rapid development of relations between Malaysia and China over the past decade is not only reflected in the substantial growth of our bilateral trade and investments, but also in the frequent exchanges and cooperation amongst our peoples, in culture and education.

77) It should also be said that the good ties between China and Malaysia cannot be bought with “money”, nor can it be created with “money”.

78) This is because our Chinese community here have close blood ties with China; because we Chinese entrepreneurs have sought to establish long-term trade and investment ties with China; because our ancestors have retained the Chinese culture and education, therefore enriching bilateral relations and interaction between Malaysia and China, laying the foundation of a “good neighbour, good partner” relationship.

79) However, it is heart wrenching to note that the harmonious relationship between Malaysia and China has become a target for political opportunists. Members of the Opposition have constantly criticised and attempted to sabotage by stirring up ultra-nationalists feelings in order to satisfy their own political interests.

80) Baseless accusations against MCA and the CPC of conducting “a Chinese takeover”, “colonising Malaysia”, “pawning of state lands”, as well as lies that “Malaysians are not allowed into the Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park” are attempts to create an atmosphere of fear.

81) Today, all our distinguished guests have gathered here to prove a point. Everyone here agrees that Sino-Malaysian relations are based on the principles of equality and mutual trust, a peaceful coexistence and achieving a win-win situation. The results of our cooperation can clearly be seen.

82) Trade relations between Malaysia and China are two-ways; bilateral investments between Malaysia and China is mutually beneficial; business cooperation between entrepreneurs of Malaysia and China have created a win-win situation; cultural and education exchanges are interactive; visits between the peoples of Malaysia and China are carried out naturally.

83) Today, learning Mandarin, studying in Chinese schools, and learning Chinese culture are no longer limited only to the Chinese community. Many of our fellow countrymen have started to adopt cross-cultural exchange. Likewise, the Chinese community is also striving to learn more about the cultures, languages and lifestyles of our fellow friends in an effort to integrate with our diverse society.

84) No one can coerce another in Malaysia’s relationship with China. “Money” cannot buy our feelings towards China. Neither can money buy over China’s trust towards us. It is only by careful cooperation with each other, and by ensuring a peaceful coexistence, that we can achieve a win-win situation.

85) After four years or hard work, MCA has established a solid foundation for Malaysia-China ties under the Belt and Road Initiative. I believe that many of us have a certain degree of understanding on the Belt and Road Initiative. But how can we participate in it, and how do we benefit from it? That is the question in many people’s hearts.

86) I feel that it is the right time to launch the “MCA Belt and Road 2.0” with emphasis on the private sector, and a clear cut plan to lead the Chinese community, businesses and members of the public to participate in our nation’s development through the Belt and Road Initiative.

87) The McKinsey Global Institute predicts that by 2050, countries which are part of the Belt and Road Initiative are expected to contribute to 80% of the global economic growth and create 3 billion new middle class citizens.

88) As I have mentioned before, China has promised to purchase USD$ 2 trillion worth of products from nations which are signatories of the Belt and Road Initiative, as well as invest USD$150 billion worth of construction projects. Malaysia as one of the signatories deserves to get a share of this economic pie.

89) In addition, in line with the era of globalisation and digital economy, traditional SMEs must now compete in a more open and free market environment. The rapid progress of digital technology is a challenge which threatens the survival and competitiveness of traditional SMEs. Some industries and jobs will disappear, but new industries and jobs will be created. For us, this is both an opportunity and a challenge we must face.

90) For our SMEs to survive, our labour force must be able to adapt and make changes, or face being eliminated.

91) The Belt and Road Initiative is like a giant free trade zone that opens up new roads for our SMEs and the public. However, are we ready to fulfil the trend of the Belt and Road Initiative?

92) MCA as a ruling party is also a pillar for the Chinese community. Therefore, we must shoulder the responsibility of leading the Chinese community and businesses on this new road. This is our duty. This is my mission to the party, the Chinese and to the country.

93) As such, I had decided to launch the MCA Belt and Road 2.0, and to set a clear five-point action plan to lead Malaysian businesses and Malaysians to directly benefit from the Belt and Road Initiative.

94) The five strategies are: (a) Business Transformation and Young Start-ups; (b) SME Go-Global; (c) Trade and Investment Promotion Platform; (d) B&R Policy Coordination Platform; and (e) Education and Training.

95) MCA is responsible for various government Ministries, and many government resources have not been fully utilised yet. I hope that by combining government resources and the people, we can help our SMEs more effectively.

96) For example, under the “Business Transformation and Young Start-ups” strategy, the Secretariat for the Advancement of Malaysian Entrepreneurs (SAME) under the Prime Minister’s Department can provide financial channels and advisory services for young entrepreneurs.

97) We have also collaborated with the Malaysian E-commerce Association to initiate the “SME E-Commerce Transformation Initiative” to help traditional SMEs establish an online platform to sell their products online, thus opening themselves up to a larger market.

98) In addition, we also assist SMEs to participate in exhibitions, and to match them with companies in China so as to expand their market base via MATRADE, the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, as well as help them seek the support and subsidies provided by the Chinese government. MIDA, another investment project in Malaysia, will also provide investments and manufacturing-related development and tax incentives.

99) Our official partner in China, the China-ASEAN SME Trade Promotion Platform, will also provide assistance for our local entrepreneurs to penetrate the Chinese market by approving our local specialised products through the Qinzhou Port in the Guangxi Province.

100) We will also, in cooperation with the government of China, organise a series of Belt and Road Tourism Lectures in order to assist Chinese tourists by introducing Malaysia’s unique tourist destinations, cuisine, accommodations and souvenirs to them.

101) In terms of education and training, we will work with universities and colleges in China to provide our children with opportunities and scholarships to further their studies in China. We will also provide them with opportunities to receive skills training and education and provide them with internships with Chinese companies so that they can learn their trade.

102) As time is a limiting factor, I will not go into detail about the five major strategies. In future, we will release the latest projects and developments on “MCABR 2.0”. Ladies and gentlemen, you can learn more by visiting the Five Strategic Action Plan section of “MCABR 2.0” for more details.

103) What I want to stress on is that as a pioneer of the Belt and Road Initiative in Malaysia, MCA upholds the principle of a “people-oriented, people first”. “MCABR 2.0” belongs to everyone. In order for us to lead the Chinese community on this new path, we need the concerted effort and solid support from everyone.

104) The launching ceremony of “MCA Belt and Road 2.0” today is just the beginning. I strongly hope that the Chinese community, SMEs and the public will be able to actively participate in the five strategies and benefit from it.

105) We also welcome entrepreneurs and individuals who want to join “MCA Belt and Road 2.0” to work together with us in promoting this effort. Your full support is the biggest driving force in forging cooperation between Malaysia and China under the Belt and Road Initiative.

106) Finally, I would like to extend my warmest regards to all of you, and I wish everyone a Happy Chinese New Year in advance, and wish everyone well.

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