China ambassador’s visit to Petaling Street
Due to the spirit of friendship, we think that Huang’s action was not appropriate and we urge that he explain his position.
Mohamed Hazali Abu Hassan, Umno Youth international bureau, wanting Wisma Putra to act against Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Huang Hui Kang for "meddling in the country’s internal affairs"
I would like to tell this Chinese ambassador, the ones who are disturbing the peace recently are the Chinese people who provoked and insulted not only the Malay Bumiputeras but also the Malay leadership. Because of their arrogance, they have raised the anger of most Malays.
Armand Azha Abu Hanifah, Umno Youth Exco member
During the visit, he was interviewed by the media and subsequent media statements resulting from that interview has attracted attention and caused concern to the Malaysian public. The Ministry hopes that this meeting will help clear the matter.
Wisma Putra, calling on Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Dr Huang Huikang to seek his clarification on the statement he made during a visit to Petaling Street last Friday
The ambassador hoped to show Petaling Street is still a safe and attractive spot, and so is Malaysia.
Chinese Embassy, defending its ambassador Huang Hui Kang's visit to Petaling Street, stating that it was merely a goodwill visit in conjunction with the mid-autumn festival
A Fractured Nation
Contrary to the Bernama report quoting Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak, CNA did not interview any opposition parties in Malaysia.
Zainudin Afandi, Channel NewsAsia (CNA)’s ‘A Fractured Nation’ executive producer, rebutting a minister Salleh Said Keruak’s claimed that its programme ‘A Fractured Nation’ featured only opposition sources and was one sided
There are even people in the country out to drill a hole in his boat so that it will sink. In the case of Sarawak which is facing its next state election soon, I hope the people will not shy away from giving the strongest majority to the BN.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Deputy Prime Minister, insisting that Prime Minister Najib Razak is a victim of malicious and diabolical attacks both from within and outside the country
This was what Umno had done in the past, albeit more subtly, and that’s what they are likely to do at the next general election. They will use money and political power to garner votes while instilling fears among the Malays that they are in the danger of being swept away by the Chinese tsunami. The latter term was Najib’s own creation.
A Kadir Jasin, former News Straits Times group editor in chief, predicting that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak will hang on to power as long as he can corral support from the rural folk