Just too quiet for comfort in Kuching and Sibu

BN and Dap flags seen along the streets during the campaign for the Sarawak election 2016.

The question being asked is whether the quiet Chinese ground is going to be bad for the opposition parties or for the ruling coalition.

THE Chinese ground is too quiet. That is what everyone, including the politicians themselves, are saying in Kuching and Sibu where the Chinese dominate.

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Politics , Sarawak , Batu Lintang , Joceline Tan


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