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They called me a traitor when I held Jawi writing

They sang praises when they see Malays learning Chinese calligraphy; however, when I held a piece of paper containing Jawi khat writing, they called me a traitor, said the Deputy Minister of Education, Teo Nie Ching

15 SJKT PTAs in KL reject Jawi

15 PTAs and the Tamil school Board of Governors (LPS) from the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur have decided to reject the implementation of Jawi in their respective schools.

Cabinet says ‘No’ to postpone khat and end Lynas

The Cabinet ministers have said ‘No’ to delaying the implementation of teaching khat in Bahasa Melayu and put an end to the Lynas rare earths plant in Gebeng, Kuantan, Pahang during the cabinet meeting

Islamisation does not require khat – Mohamad Hasan

The real challenge lies in developing the best education system for the future of Malaysia. According to Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan, unfortunately, neither the Minister of Education, Dong Jiao Zong nor the stakeholders are able to grasp its importance.

Khat: Ask DAP ministers – Maszlee

Minister of Education, Dr Maszlee Malik said that he could not comment on the statement of the Secretary-General of DAP, Lim Guan Eng who will bring the khat implementation issue again to the cabinet meeting tomorrow.

Racist Dong Zong: Do not build walls

Deputy Minister of Education Teo Nie Ching said the government and the United Chinese School Committees’ Association (Dong Zong) need to have better communication

Decision on Khat: It’s a truly disappointing move – Dr Teo

The education system in Malaysia is feared to fail anytime when the final decisions on education and learning khat lies on the hands of politicians and not the Ministry of Education (MOE).

Cabinet approves Khat

The cabinet has decided to go ahead with the introduction of khat in vernacular schools next year and the teachers will decide how to teach it.

Lee Kim Yew apologises for changing stripes of Jalur Gemilang to...

Property tycoon Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew apologises for changing the white stripes of the Malaysian flag, Jalur Gemilang to black in protest of the introduction of khat writing in Bahasa Melayu for primary school students.

Perhaps not compulsory but Khat will be implemented

The Cabinet meeting yesterday has decided to go ahead with the plan to teach khat in primary schools next year.