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Issue Halal certs in Mandarin, Tamil, not Jawi

The Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association (PPIM) suggested that the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) should issue Halal certifications in the languages based on the race of its owners

DAP leaves Jawi khat to the cabinet

DAP will surrender the controversial decision on the introduction of Jawi khat in Bahasa Melayu textbook for primary schools nationwide to the cabinet.

Jawi khat: Biggest problem for DAP since GE14

DAP is said to be in a dilemma after the introduction of Jawi khat in the syllabus of Bahasa Melayu for primary school. Therefore, the party has called all its people’s representatives and party leaders in a closed door meeting on Monday.

Any difference in fearing the cross vs Jawi?

The leaders in DAP started to make a different stance on the teaching of khat writing or Islamic calligraphy (Jawi) through Bahasa Melayu.

Chinese ethnic group biggest earners in the UK

Chinese and Indian ethnic group workers have higher average earnings than their white British counterparts, the first detailed official figures show.

Chinese road signs: State government’s decision – Khalid Samad

Minister of Federal Territories Khalid Samad said that the decision to use dual language road signs in Chinese and Bahasa Melayu was made by the Selangor State government.

Selangor Sultan orders Chinese language road signs to be taken down

The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah ordered all road signs with Chinese language in Shah Alam to be taken down.

Pole-dancing at Chinese nursery shocks parents

Xinshahui Kindergarten in the southern city of Shenzhen, a Chinese nursery has come under fire for having a pole dancer perform at its welcome ceremony.

Do not go against the Constitution on UEC

No matter what the government decides on the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC), it should not go against the Constitution and the national education system.

UEC: Chinese students will suffer

Calling it an old politicised issue, Prof Dr Teo Kok Seong urged the cabinet to carefully review their plan to recognise the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC).