Hornbill Unleashed

January 27, 2017

Abang Johari praises Chinese business acumen, industry

Filed under: Politics — Hornbill Unleashed @ 8:01 AM

Abang-Johari-Tun-OpengThe Chinese community has always been an important part of Sarawak’s political and economic life, said Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Tun Openg.

He said the Chinese business acumen, their vision and industriousness have positioned the community to be at the forefront of business, trade and industry in the state, and provided thousands of jobs for the people, apart from bringing revenue to the state through taxes.

“I would like to give the reassurance that the government will continue to adopt a policy that is friendly to the business community and investors as laid down by my predecessor,” he said in his Chinese New Year message here today.

“I must thank the Chinese community for having shown trust and willingness to work again with other communities in our power-sharing government,” he said, adding there was no other way to move forward except to work together.

He said Sarawak was a place where the respective races were free to practise their culture, tradition and religion without hindrance, where the people celebrate and find strength together in their differences.

Referring to the demise of his predecessor, the late Adenan Satem , on Jan 11, Abang Johari said it was without doubt a great loss to Sarawak and the nation, and the immense outpouring of grief from Sarawakians, from all walks of life and non-Sarawakians alike, was a testimony of the tremendous respect and honour on him.

“As an outstanding leader, he (Adenan) left a legacy that all Sarawakians are proud of and provided us the direction to follow in the years to come.

“I sincerely hope that in our times of sadness, his memory will always be with us and provide us with the inspiration to come out strong to continue his legacy for the betterment of Sarawak,” he said.

“Let me give the assurance that I will continue with his multi-racialism approach and also the policies that he had laid down. Our thoughts and prayers are always with him and the family that he left behind,” he added.

Source : @ FMT Online



  1. GE coming lah, remember: that old kacang yg dah Lupa Kulit kit-lin, who is calling his OWN Race/Community Kit-lin, during Ku Li competition,after winning, turn around & Insulted Cina Babi as COMMUNISTS, NOW Cina Babi COMMUNIST is coming to BangangLand…lol, what says you kit-lin..? to continous with your OLD trick to Provocate the malaiyu to fight Cina Babi again, to raise another May-13th as you are the Master Mind…? pui…

    Comment by tiuniamah — February 7, 2017 @ 8:36 AM | Reply

  2. The petrol price has gone up by another RM0-20 sen to RM2.30 per litre under the Barang Naik Government headed by the corrupted MO1 while our Ringgit continue to weaken against US$ at RM4.80:US$1. What has Singapore leaders been doing right for their country whilst Malaysia under that corrupted fella has been doing wrong.Each time when you see MO1 face on 8pm TV 107 prime news,you start to puke and when he shamelessly advise the Government employees to be clean and not steal money which do not belong to them,you cringe.What a Gong Xi Fa Cai gift from BN leaders to Malaysians to kick-off 2017.

    Comment by Jalil KM — January 31, 2017 @ 9:34 PM | Reply

  3. LOL….Halo, are you trying to SLAP the muka of that Kacang yang dah Lupa Kulit kit-lin kah..???

    Comment by tiuniamah — January 27, 2017 @ 3:05 PM | Reply

    • he is appealing to chinese votes lah!

      Comment by maimu — January 29, 2017 @ 11:38 AM | Reply

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