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Ling: Kong Ming lanterns can nurture strategic thinking

The tradition of releasing Kong Ming lanterns into the air should be preserved as it encourages people to be strategic thinkers, MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik said.

Perodua: Adverts not intended to hurt

The Chinese New Year television commercial by local car manufacturer Perodua never intended to hurt anybody but sought to raise issues to make the public reflect on themselves, said Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) managing director Tan Sri Ab. Rahman Omar.

Chinese community leaders urged to preserve unity

A summary of news from the Chinese dailies.

Chinese groups may get royalties

The Federal Government is expected to allocate RM50mil of petroleum royalties to various bodies of the Chinese community in Terengganu, I>Nanyang Siang Pau/Ihighlighted on its front-page yesterday.

Dr M: Self-interest can ruin Umno

Self-interest in Umno can destroy the party the way some political parties elsewhere in the world were destroyed despite helping their nations to win independence, Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

CNY ad gives bad picture of Chinese

LOCAL car manufacturer Perodua has been criticised by the Chinese community for coming up with what was seen as insensitive and disrespectful television commercials during Chinese New Year.

Ling: Signs of bigger economic growth

Political parties called on Malaysians to remain united and tolerant in the face of the current challenging times.

Cherish Malaysia's spirit of racial, religious and cultural tolerance, urges Dr M

Malaysia, where people of different races, religions and cultures live together in harmony, is the envy of the world, said Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Envoy feels 'at home' with local CNY festivities

Chinese Ambassador Hu Zhengyue is looking forward to spending his second consecutive Chinese New Year in Malaysia, saying that the celebration here made him #8220;feel very much at home.#8221;

Massive support from Chinese

Over 550 Chinese associations showed their support for the #8220;Malaysians for Peace#8221; campaign at the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall in what was deemed to be the country's first largest gathering of such organisations.