YB Lee Chean Chung
李健聪

Petaling Jaya

MY ASPIRATIONS

As someone who has been working and living in the Klang Valley for 12 years, I understand the hopes, issues, and challenges faced by the Petaling Jaya community. My ASPIRATION is to work with you to continue the changes starting from the community, parliamentary constituency, and national levels.

Let’s ensure PETALING JAYA continues to be a sustainable and prosperous development centre. PJ BOLEH!

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13 hours ago
Lee Chean Chung

Selamat Menyambut Hari Pelarian Sedunia.

Hari pelarian ditubuhkan sejak tahun 2000 dan disambut pada setiap 20 Jun bagi mengingati dan memberi kesedaran nasib yang dialami oleh pelarian di serata dunia.

Hari pelarian juga adalah penting untuk kita memberi sokongan kepada keluarga yang terpaksa melarikan diri daripada tanah air mereka.

Sebagai tanda sokongan, ayuh kita memberi sumbangan kepada mereka melalui wang ataupun barangan keperluan harian 💪🏻

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Selamat Menyambut Hari Pelarian Sedunia.

Hari pelarian ditubuhkan sejak tahun 2000 dan disambut pada setiap 20 Jun bagi mengingati dan memberi kesedaran nasib yang dialami oleh pelarian di serata dunia.

Hari pelarian juga adalah penting untuk kita memberi sokongan kepada keluarga yang terpaksa melarikan diri daripada tanah air mereka. 

Sebagai tanda sokongan, ayuh kita memberi sumbangan kepada mereka melalui wang ataupun barangan keperluan harian 💪🏻

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2 days ago
Lee Chean Chung

Saya telah menziarahi Puan Fatimah di Sungai Way SS9 Seri Setia minggu lalu selepas mendapat aduan bahawa beliau mempunyai masalah sakit strok dan terlantar di katil hampir setahun.

Paling menyedihkan, suami beliau telah meninggal dunia dan beliau hanya tinggal bersama anak perempuannya yang sudah berkeluarga. Sampai sahaja berita ini pada saya, terus saya bergegas untuk melawat Puan Fatimah bersama Socso, JKM dan zakat.

Saya datang dengan membawa sumbangan kerusi roda. Pihak Socso, JKM dan zakat juga turut memberi sedikit bantuan untuk kelansungan hidup beliau.

Semoga Puan Fatimah cepat sembuh.

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Saya telah menziarahi Puan Fatimah di Sungai Way SS9 Seri Setia minggu lalu selepas mendapat aduan bahawa beliau mempunyai masalah sakit strok dan terlantar di katil hampir setahun.

Paling menyedihkan, suami beliau telah meninggal dunia dan beliau hanya tinggal bersama anak perempuannya yang sudah berkeluarga. Sampai sahaja berita ini pada saya, terus saya bergegas untuk melawat Puan Fatimah bersama Socso, JKM dan zakat.

Saya datang dengan membawa sumbangan kerusi roda. Pihak Socso, JKM dan zakat juga turut memberi sedikit bantuan untuk kelansungan hidup beliau.

Semoga Puan Fatimah cepat sembuh.

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m.malaysiakini.com/columns/709136 "“Politics is not an end, but a means. It is not a product, but a process. It is the art of government. Like other values, it has its counterfeits. So much emphasis has been placed upon the false that the significance of the truth has been obscured and politics has come to convey the meaning of crafty and cunning selfishness, instead of candid and sincere service.”" xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "What can Joe Public do when there are shortcomings in government policies and flaws in the delivery? Don’t we have a right to ask when promises are not delivered? Can we express our views and opinions on governance and the administration? Why is a state apparatus – the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) being used to prevent such issues to the public? On Monday, a rights group alleged that the government is, “secretly” or otherwise, requesting TikTok to remove posts and delete accounts. According to TikTok’s bi-annual “Government Removal Requests Report” released on June 7, the Malaysian government requested 2,202 content takedowns. Most of the requests – 1,862 of the total –were made from July to December 2023. In April, Professor James Chin of the University of Tasmania posted a worrying note on his Facebook page. Reproducing a response from X, he noted: “Madani Govt is working hard to crack down on people like me…” As a rejoinder, he posted a note from X which read: “In the interest of transparency, we are writing to inform you that X has received a request from MCMC regarding your X accounts that claims the following violates (the) law of Malaysia.” (It was a link to a video clip widely circulated in Sabah and Sarawak.) Unkept election promises Can’t we ask about the dozens of pre-election promises which have not been kept? The mother of all promises was (then) opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s repeated promise to lower the price of petrol a day after he assumed power. “If we succeed this time, our promise to the people, if we succeed, we will fully fulfil it to the people. “We win today, oil prices fall tomorrow,” he said at a press conference after the end of the PKR National Congress in July 2022. He may have forgotten what he promised but the citizens are continually reminded by a video clip that has been making its rounds on social media. What happened to the money paid for the six littoral combat ships (LCS) that were flouted as examples of wasteful spending in the lead-up to the election? Economy Minister Rafizi Ramli then revealed a slew of facts and figures – taking to task then-defence minister Hishammuddin Hussein on the irregularities in the procurement of the LCS. This was after the Public Accounts Committee announced that not a single ship had been completed although RM6 billion had been spent by Putrajaya on the project given to Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd (BNS) via direct negotiation. Then came a modicum of truth. BNS was forced to use part of the funds meant for the LCS’ procurement to pay off the bad debts of another old project. Are we to believe that all these were campaign rhetoric because the government made a bailout after being elected to office? Where did the money go? Anwar explained that the government had already spent RM6 billion on the LCS project and had no choice but to take over the construction to ensure its full completion. However, the project cost had increased from RM9 billion to RM11.2 billion but the Royal Malaysian Navy was getting only five LCS instead of six. So, have the books been closed? What happened to the money that was disbursed? Where did it go? Why can’t the directors of the company be indicted for breach of fiduciary duties? These and several other questions will continue to be asked because of the undertakings that were made. Should we be satisfied with standard answers like “we will look into it” or “the system needs improvement”? Is it wrong to demand answers on issues of public interest? No. it is also certainly improper for state-sponsored censors to use their clout indiscriminately."

2 days ago
Lee Chean Chung

Belajar menghormati satu sama lain, jangan buat fitnah kerana perbezaan politik.

Sebagai Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya saya telah biasakan diri susun jadual hadir program dari pelbagai pihak tanpa kira agama dan bangsa. Yang penting dapat menyantuni dan merasai suasana raya penduduk PJ.

Semalam Hari Raya Aidiladha saya hadir 9 program Rewang Korban di kawasan PJ , termasuk kawasan yang menerima sumbangan lembu dari Pejabat Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya dan 1 majlis sambutan Eid Al-Adha.

Oleh kerana sikap rasis sesetengah pihak, saya dilabel kafir tidak wajar sentuh daging korban, disifat sebagai Cina yang pandai berlakon, hadir program demi menarik penduduk kawasan Islam.

Bukan senang jadi wakil rakyat di zaman media sosial yang berleluasa diguna, apabila saya hadir program komuniti Cina, dikatakan hanya jaga gang sendiri.

Hadir program kaum India pula jadi isu pinggirkan pengundi Melayu Islam,turun ke program penduduk Melayu timbul isu kafir dan berlakon.

Malaysia negara yang berbilang kaum dan agama, kalau orang yang betul-betul mengikut apa yang saya kemaskini di media sosial, saya santuni semua pihak, dan semua program yang hadir ada gambar / video.

Saya ada matlamat yang sama dengan majoriti rakyat Malaysia, kita nak lebih fahami agama dan budaya rakan-rakan kita.

Contoh dałam 10 program Hari Raya Aidiladha saya komunikasi dengan Ustaz, peserta, Pengerusi Majlis/Surau, wakil penduduk dan golongan wanita dan anak muda. Mereka cerita erti Aidiladha dan semangat gotong royong yang mengeratkan hubungan penduduk setempat.

Saya diajar cara yang betul untuk melapah daging korban, mengagihkan daging dan menerima sumbangan daging korban. Setiap proses ini saya menerima pengetahuan baru dan lebih memahami makna dan semangat Hari Raya Aidiladha.

Di hari yang mulia ini mari kita semua bersihkan hati dan sucikan pemikiran.

Mari kita semua hayati pengorbanan pemimpin terdahulu dalam membina negara yang stabil untuk semua lapisan masyarakat tanpa mengira warna kulit mahupun agama.
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Belajar menghormati satu sama lain, jangan buat fitnah kerana perbezaan politik. 

Sebagai Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya saya telah biasakan diri susun jadual hadir program dari pelbagai pihak tanpa kira agama dan bangsa. Yang penting dapat menyantuni dan merasai suasana raya  penduduk PJ.

Semalam Hari Raya Aidiladha saya hadir 9 program Rewang Korban di kawasan PJ , termasuk kawasan yang menerima sumbangan lembu dari Pejabat Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya dan 1 majlis sambutan Eid Al-Adha.

Oleh kerana sikap rasis sesetengah pihak, saya dilabel kafir tidak wajar sentuh daging korban, disifat sebagai Cina yang pandai berlakon, hadir program demi menarik penduduk kawasan Islam.

Bukan senang jadi wakil rakyat di zaman media sosial yang berleluasa diguna, apabila saya hadir program komuniti Cina, dikatakan hanya jaga gang sendiri.

Hadir program kaum India pula jadi isu pinggirkan pengundi Melayu Islam,turun ke program penduduk Melayu timbul isu kafir dan berlakon.

Malaysia negara yang berbilang kaum dan agama, kalau orang yang betul-betul mengikut apa yang saya kemaskini di media sosial, saya santuni semua pihak, dan semua program yang hadir ada gambar / video.

Saya ada matlamat yang sama dengan majoriti rakyat Malaysia, kita nak lebih fahami agama dan budaya rakan-rakan kita. 

Contoh dałam 10 program Hari Raya Aidiladha saya komunikasi dengan Ustaz, peserta, Pengerusi Majlis/Surau, wakil penduduk dan golongan wanita dan anak muda. Mereka cerita erti Aidiladha dan semangat gotong royong yang mengeratkan hubungan penduduk setempat. 

Saya diajar cara yang betul untuk melapah daging korban, mengagihkan daging dan menerima sumbangan daging korban. Setiap proses ini saya menerima pengetahuan baru dan lebih memahami makna dan semangat Hari Raya Aidiladha.

Di hari yang mulia ini mari kita semua bersihkan hati dan sucikan pemikiran. 

Mari kita semua hayati pengorbanan pemimpin terdahulu dalam membina negara yang stabil untuk semua lapisan masyarakat tanpa mengira warna kulit mahupun agama.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

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Sabar YB bukan semua org yg berfikiran positif.Mereka tenggelam dlm fikiran prejudis mereka sendiri dan tak berupaya berfikir dgn tenang.

Terbaik YB

Terbaik yb

Terbaik & Syabas YB Terima kasih usaha YB untuk warga PJ

Terbaik YB

Terbaik YB

Pelik.kalau tuan org islam dipanggil muslim.tapi kalau bkn islam memang la dipanggil kafir.apa yg isu rasisnya?😅 saya cadangkan sebelum hadir sesuatu majlis.kaji dulu apa yg boleh apa yg tak boleh.lagi lagi bab agama.semua agama maksud sy.

Inilah MP yang kita mahu. Terima kasih yb sbb tk pernah jemu dengan rakyat PJ, mmg terbaik 🫶🏼

Wayang

mmg YB kafir pn… kafir tu non muslim… daging korban tu ibadah orang islam…untuk d agihkan pada yang layak… knowledge is power… blaja lg YB….

Pujilah dia brlakon je dlm hati siapa yg tahu.Tengok singapore jatuh ketangan bangsa dia hanya dgn brlakon memakai sebutir songkok.Melayu mudah lupa btulah apa yg tun ckp.

Bersihkan hati dan sucikan fikiran .. sapa ?

Page di bayar oleh parti keadilan ye..fuhh

👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍🤲

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www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2024/06/18/traders-at-pasar-malam-planning-to-increase-food-prices It's illegal for them to increase their prices. Because the cost for diesel petrol for transporting food stuff is already subsidised by the government. "Malaysians buying foods at pasar malam may have to fork out more for some items starting next month as traders plan to increase prices following the diesel hike. Pasar Malam Bumiputera Shah Alam and Klang chairman Kamarul Nizam said that some of their night market traders intend to do so by July 1. However, the quantum is yet to be determined as they are still waiting to see how the new diesel prices will impact them. Kamarul, a food and drink trader, said he plans to increase his stall prices by 10%. Petty traders and Jalan Cemur Kuala Lumpur night market chairman Moganae Sundram said the government’s RM200 Budi Madani cash assistance is insufficient to cover the increased fuel costs. As a fishmonger, he drives a pickup truck to transport his fish from Perak to Kuala Lumpur and now spends an additional RM600 on diesel. Other traders, including those selling vegetables and using their own transport to ferry goods from wholesalers, are also affected, he claimed. However, he said he would not increase prices yet, as his competitors have no plans to do so. “If I increase prices now, I would lose out to those selling cheaper,” Moganae said. But he believed it is only a matter of time before they increase the prices of their goods. Malaysian Bakery, Biscuit, Confectionery, Mee and Kuay Teow Merchants Association president Chaang Tuck Cheong said prices of related goods have remained unchanged because several sectors, particularly food and logistics, continue to enjoy targeted diesel subsidies. However, he said that it has not been smooth sailing. There have been instances where lorry drivers are unable to use their fleet cards to refuel due to system glitches, he said. “Drivers have to pay cash upfront, and they may not be able to claim it back,” he said. Although the fleet card provides more than enough diesel to cover monthly usage, Chaang said it remains uncertain for now as the claims have yet to be processed. “We can only wait and see,” he added."https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2024/06/18/traders-at-pasar-malam-planning-to-increase-food-prices It's illegal for them to increase their prices. Because the cost for diesel petrol for transporting food stuff is already subsidised by the government. "Malaysians buying foods at pasar malam may have to fork out more for some items starting next month as traders plan to increase prices following the diesel hike. Pasar Malam Bumiputera Shah Alam and Klang chairman Kamarul Nizam said that some of their night market traders intend to do so by July 1. However, the quantum is yet to be determined as they are still waiting to see how the new diesel prices will impact them. Kamarul, a food and drink trader, said he plans to increase his stall prices by 10%. Petty traders and Jalan Cemur Kuala Lumpur night market chairman Moganae Sundram said the government’s RM200 Budi Madani cash assistance is insufficient to cover the increased fuel costs. As a fishmonger, he drives a pickup truck to transport his fish from Perak to Kuala Lumpur and now spends an additional RM600 on diesel. Other traders, including those selling vegetables and using their own transport to ferry goods from wholesalers, are also affected, he claimed. However, he said he would not increase prices yet, as his competitors have no plans to do so. “If I increase prices now, I would lose out to those selling cheaper,” Moganae said. But he believed it is only a matter of time before they increase the prices of their goods. Malaysian Bakery, Biscuit, Confectionery, Mee and Kuay Teow Merchants Association president Chaang Tuck Cheong said prices of related goods have remained unchanged because several sectors, particularly food and logistics, continue to enjoy targeted diesel subsidies. However, he said that it has not been smooth sailing. There have been instances where lorry drivers are unable to use their fleet cards to refuel due to system glitches, he said. “Drivers have to pay cash upfront, and they may not be able to claim it back,” he said. Although the fleet card provides more than enough diesel to cover monthly usage, Chaang said it remains uncertain for now as the claims have yet to be processed. “We can only wait and see,” he added."

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4 days ago
Lee Chean Chung

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Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha

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Semoga Allah anugerahkan hidayahNya kpd Lee Chean Chung . Aamiin

Korban ni satu Ibadah, bukan satu budaya. sebelum beribadah… kena betul akidah.

Yb lawo baju aok 😊👍👍👍

Mantap YB Lee.

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4 days ago
Lee Chean Chung

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha kepada seluruh umat Islam. Semoga perayaan ini akan membawa keberkatan dan rezeki kepada seluruh masyarakat yang menyambutnya.✨

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Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha kepada seluruh umat Islam. Semoga perayaan ini akan membawa keberkatan dan rezeki kepada seluruh masyarakat yang menyambutnya.✨

Ikhlas daripada
YB Lee Chean Chung
Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya

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Selamat Hari Raya Aidiladha!

www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2024/06/17/immigration-department-to-boost-klia-autogate-service This would seriously compromise our National Security. The process of the autogates might be faster, yes… But, our immigration officers won't be able to take note of each and every foreigner coming in into our country. If there are suspicious behaviours that would raise red flags, ( the foreigner showing signs of risks or future dangers to Malaysia), this would go undetected by the autogates. Are we seriously going to allow this? It would be better for us to find some other solution than allow for this to happen. xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "The Immigration Department will enhance the autogate service at Malaysia’s primary entry points, including Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), says Director-General Datuk Ruslin Jusoh. He said on Sunday (June 16) that the department would examine and streamline the work process to elevate the quality of the service provided. "This department, in collaboration with the Home Ministry, aims to add more autogates to meet the increasing number of foreign visitors,” he stated. Ruslin mentioned that Immigration officers at entry points would receive ongoing training to handle the surge of foreign visitors and reminded them to adhere to the established standard procedures. "The department is always dedicated to delivering the best service and is open to suggestions for continual enhancements to movement at the nation's major entry points. "This shows our commitment to aid national economic growth while providing adequate facilities for Malaysian citizens,” he explained. The facility for foreign visitors to use autogates began on June 1, following the government's decision to extend its availability to travellers from 63 countries to handle the surge in arrivals after the Covid-19 pandemic. Ruslin added that there has been an influx of over 13 million visitors entering Malaysia for various reasons, highlighting the need for a swift yet secure processing system. He praised the autogate service for its efficiency, reducing processing time to 10 to 15 seconds compared to the 30-minute wait at manual counters. This system has significantly eased congestion at the KLIA arrival hall, successfully processing 85% of arrivals within 25 minutes."

www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2024/06/17/immigration-defends-allowing-foreigners-to-u… Can the immigration department just do this on their own? Allowing tourists who enter into Malaysia to use the autogates at our airports? Our national security has been compromised here. Can the immigration officers just do as they like? I don't see PM Anwar Ibrahim having made any announcements to allow the use of our autogates for foreign passports at our airports. And if on a later day, we pay the consequences for this, where our national security, has been compromised… Who will take the blame? 1 "In a post on X, a netizen claimed that immigration officers were not on hand to assist foreigners who were struggling when using the autogates, while other officers standing around were “rude and snobbish”." 2 xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "The immigration department has defended its move to allow visitors from 63 countries to use the autogates at KLIA. In a statement, immigration director-general Ruslin Jusoh said the initiative was crucial to alleviate the congestion at the airport with the massive spike in the number of tourist arrivals. He added that the department recorded over 30 million tourists entering the country last year, and 13 million so far this year as of May. Ruslin said this increase in arrivals justified the need for a more efficient process to facilitate these visitors without compromising on national security." 1 “This initiative (allowing foreigners to use the autogates) has proven to be effective by expediting the clearance process, with the 30-minute wait time at manual counters reduced to 10 to 15 seconds through the autogates. “This significantly reduces congestion at KLIA’s arrival hall, with 85% of foreigners cleared within 25 minutes,” he said." 2 Ruslin added that the department will continue to smoothen the autogate process to improve its services, saying the home ministry plans to increase the number of autogates at airports. He was responding to complaints on social media about Malaysians having to share the autogate facility with foreigners, which purportedly made it less “special” to be a citizen." 3 "In a post on X, a netizen claimed that immigration officers were not on hand to assist foreigners who were struggling when using the autogates, while other officers standing around were “rude and snobbish”." 4

4 days ago
Lee Chean Chung

Celebrated Father’s Day evening with the family of Reverend Renu Gopal at the Thanksgiving Memorial held at Penial Church PJS 1. I was unfortunate to have not met him in person but i was told by my predecessor and many others, Reverend Renu Gopal was a selfless man who always prioritise the community/congregation. He has contributed a lot for the community in Petaling Jaya.

My deepest condolences to all of his family members and congregation for the loss. May you rest well, Reverend Renu Gopal.

#penialchurch #petalingjaya #tamanmedan
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Celebrated Father’s Day evening with the family of Reverend Renu Gopal at the Thanksgiving Memorial  held at Penial Church PJS 1. I was unfortunate to have not met him in person but i was told by my predecessor and many others,  Reverend Renu Gopal was a selfless man who always prioritise the community/congregation. He has contributed a lot for the community in Petaling Jaya.

My deepest condolences to all of his family members and congregation for the loss. May you rest well, Reverend Renu Gopal.

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Dear YB "Thank you for coming to my father’s Thanksgiving memorial service."

Dear YB keep your Good work ❤️🙏🏼

Terbaik YB

5 days ago
Lee Chean Chung

Selamat Hari Bapa 💪🏻

Setiap insan yang berjaya terdidik daripada seorang ayah yang hebat. Tanpa ayah kita tidak akan berada di tahap yang lebih tinggi, mari kita bersama-sama mengambil satu detik untuk kita peluk, cium dan mengucapkan "Selamat Hari Bapa ! " kepada ayah kita.

Sesungguhnya, jasa dan keringat peluh ayah tidak dapat dibalas sepenuhnya dari kita. Selamat Hari Bapa !

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Selamat Hari Bapa 💪🏻

Setiap insan yang berjaya terdidik daripada seorang ayah yang hebat. Tanpa ayah kita tidak akan berada di tahap yang lebih tinggi, mari kita bersama-sama mengambil satu detik untuk kita peluk, cium dan mengucapkan Selamat Hari Bapa !  kepada ayah kita.

Sesungguhnya, jasa dan keringat peluh ayah tidak dapat dibalas sepenuhnya dari kita. Selamat Hari Bapa !

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www-malaymail-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.malaymail.com/amp/news/life/2024/06/15/why-you-are-n… "No matter how enticing it is, as a consumer, you need to know the science behind how it works, so that you understand what happens as you watch that translucent jelly-like collagen melt in the pot or swirl in your bubble tea." xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "Collagen-infused food items continue to flood the market here — from personalities putting their names behind collagen soup mixes to hawkers selling collagen porridge or food prepared in collagen gravy, and stores stocking collagen broth in frozen packs and even collagen "hot pot" instant noodles. A nutritionist, dietician and dermatologist explained how collagen really works, what to look out for as buyers, and gave tips on what else you can do to improve your skincare. Doctors Payal Patel and Maryanne Makredes Senna wrote in an article on Harvard Health Publishing’s website under the Harvard Medical School that no human studies have clearly proven that collagen taken orally will end up in the skin and hair. What exists are some trials regarding the use of such supplements. Most of the studies on the benefits of collagen supplements and skin health are small-scale trials done by companies that manufacture the collagen products themselves, Ms Adlyn the nutritionist said. Ms Reutens the dietitian said that these supplements typically contain a hydrolysed form of collagen, which means that it has been broken down into smaller peptides to ensure more of it gets absorbed into the body. There are keywords that consumers can look out for in the packaging's ingredients list to discern whether a collagen supplement is more likely to work as advertised, Ms Reutens added. They include collagen peptides, marine collagen, and hydrolysed collagen on the packaging, rather than simply "collagen”. Terms such as hydrolysed marine collagen peptides, in particular, are considered a superior form of collagen compared to bovine-sourced collagen or collagen derived from cows. However, people allergic to fish and shellfish should not consume marine collagen. Look out also for prolyl-hydroxyproline and hydroxyprolyl-glycine — two peptides that have undergone more research and been proven to improve elasticity, texture and wrinkles. These supplements also usually contain ingredients such as vitamins A and C, zinc, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid that are equally beneficial to skin. That said, individuals who suffer from kidney and liver problems should be mindful of their protein intake. Ms Reutens also recommended steering clear of products with fillers such as iron oxide, mineral oil, and carrageenan. Ultimately, more research is still needed to determine collagen’s actual impact in these results. Another aspect that requires further research is the safety of consumption and the potential long-term effects. One of the reasons for this is that the quality and sources of collagen supplements can vary significantly. Dr Lim from the aesthetic clinic warned: "Some supplements may contain additives or contaminants that could pose health risks.” Unlike medicine, supplements do not require approval and are not evaluated by the Health Sciences Authority in Singapore before they can be sold here. This may mean that the purity and content of such products vary. Similarly, there are no guidelines from the Singapore Food Agency and the United States Food and Drug Administration for a food or drink product to be defined as containing collagen, Ms Reutens said. Furthermore, there are no established upper safety limits of collagen, though some studies have suggested that the recommended amount to take for effectiveness is between 2.5g and 15g daily. Consumers are therefore strongly encouraged to exercise due diligence when buying or taking collagen supplements. How to stimulate collagen production So without oral ingestion of collagen, you are better off sticking to the tried-and-tested methods of caring for your skin. When choosing skincare products that help to stimulate collagen production, Dr Lim suggested picking those that contain ingredients such as retinol and vitamin C, which are more likely to yield visible results. Retinol is a derivative of vitamin A, and promotes cell turnover as well as collagen synthesis. With consistent use, it can reduce wrinkles and improve skin texture. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that works to protect the skin against environmental damage and support collagen formation." Part 1

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Menghadiri program Gotong Royong Perdana di Pangsapuri Impian Baiduri Dun Taman Medan yang bertujuan untuk membersihkan kawasan di blok tersebut dan menangani kes denggi yang berleluasa bersama-sama penduduk setempat.

Saya dan juga Timbalan SU MBPJ Tuan Fauzi, Penyelaras Dun Taman Medan Halimey Abu Bakar dan Ahli Mailis Zon 14, En. Sugumaran sempat meninjau beberapa lokasi berkaitan aduan yang diterima.

Hasil daripada tinjauan tersebut kami mendapati bahawa terdapat masalah di tempat pembuangan sampah, siling dewan yang telah pecah dan juga berlakunya tanah mendap di kawasan itu dan tindakan seterusnya akan menyusul.

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Menghadiri program Gotong Royong Perdana di Pangsapuri Impian Baiduri Dun Taman Medan yang bertujuan untuk membersihkan kawasan di blok tersebut dan menangani kes denggi yang berleluasa bersama-sama penduduk setempat.

Saya dan juga Timbalan SU MBPJ Tuan Fauzi, Penyelaras Dun Taman Medan Halimey Abu Bakar dan Ahli Mailis Zon 14, En. Sugumaran sempat meninjau beberapa lokasi berkaitan aduan yang diterima.

Hasil daripada tinjauan tersebut kami mendapati bahawa terdapat masalah di tempat pembuangan sampah, siling dewan yang telah pecah dan juga berlakunya tanah mendap di kawasan itu dan tindakan seterusnya akan menyusul. 

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I have a question: I want to know what will happen to the Malaysians who have been jobless for quite sometime in fields which are now very much in demand. Will you put them through a refresher course? Or just give them industrial training? Or would they have to go through the whole university experience again? Because from what I've heard, fields such as engineering in Malaysia greatly needs more skilled input. And we already have those… but ones who have been jobless for years. So what now?

codeblue.galencentre.org/2024/06/12/moh-excludes-parallel-pathway-opponents-from-stakeholder-enga… Summary: "MOH has excluded parallel pathway opponents from its stakeholder engagement meeting today on Medical Act amendment bill: Prof Emerita Dr Sharifah Hapsah, ex-MMC member Prof Dr Abdul Razzak, and UiTM cardiothoracic surgeon Prof Dr Raja Amin weren’t invited." xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "The Ministry of Health (MOH) has excluded opponents of the parallel pathway from stakeholder engagements on proposed amendments to the Medical Act 1970, despite their concerns over patient safety. According to a letter dated June 7 from Dr Mohd Azman Yacob, director of MOH’s medical development division, the MOH is organising a stakeholder engagement session at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre this afternoon on the government’s proposal to amend the Medical Act 1971 (Act 50) to “regularise the process of recognition and registration of specialists”. This followed a joint Cabinet memorandum presented last June 5 by Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad and Higher Education Minister Zambry Abdul Kadir. After the Cabinet meeting, Dzulkefly announced plans to table the proposed Medical Act amendment bill in the upcoming Parliament meeting that is scheduled to begin in less than two weeks on June 24." "Yet, the only stakeholders invited to MOH’s stakeholder engagement meeting today on a key piece of legislation that potentially affects the future of Malaysia’s medical profession were exclusively proponents of the MOH’s parallel pathway programmes with foreign royal colleges for medical specialty training. According to the invitation list for MOH’s briefing today on the proposed Medical Act amendment bill, as sighted by CodeBlue, the ministry invited up to 31 individuals from all 12 medical fraternities of the Academy of Medicine of Malaysia (AMM), the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA), the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM), the Malaysian Association for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (MATCVS), the Malaysian Urological Association (MUA), the Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia (AFPM), the Malaysian Family Medicine Specialists’ Association (FMSA), and the Malaysia-Ireland Training Programme for Family Medicine (MinTFM). Aside from MinTFM, which is the family medicine parallel pathway programme, all of the other organisations invited to MOH’s stakeholder engagement meeting today – AMM, MMA, APHM, MATCVS, MUA, AFPM, and FMSA – previously issued statements in support of the parallel pathway. MOH’s list of invitees did not include any representatives from the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC), even though the regulator of the medical profession is the key party at the heart of the parallel pathway conflict, holding the power to register specialist doctors on the National Specialist Register (NSR) under the Medical Act. Health director-general Dr Muhammad Radzi Abu Hassan, who is also MMC president, was invited to the stakeholder engagement session in his capacity as Health DG." 2 "It is unclear why the presidents of all 12 medical specialist societies under the AMM were invited to MOH’s briefing today, rather than just the College of Surgeons, since the imbroglio over the parallel pathway mainly concerns cardiothoracic surgery due to MMC’s non-recognition of the FRCS Edinburgh in Cardiothoracic Surgery qualification, besides potential MMC recognition problems with the family medicine parallel pathway programme. It is also unclear why the MMA and APHM were allocated a whopping five representatives each for MOH’s briefing today, considering that both groups aren’t exceedingly involved in the parallel pathway issue. Yet, not a single individual or organisation from the medical profession or university professors directly involved in medical specialty training or recognition – who oppose proposed amendments to the Medical Act – were invited to today’s stakeholder engagement meeting. MMA mainly represents private general practitioners (besides also speaking up on issues affecting the welfare of doctors in the public health service through its Schomos section). As a representative of private hospital operators in the country, APHM’s stake in the parallel pathway issue is mainly as a beneficiary, since specialist doctors need NSR registration before they can practise in the private sector. “The parallel pathway will resolve the shortage of medical specialists and expand medical specialty training, as well as increase quality and access to treatment. Tomorrow’s stakeholder engagement session is important prior to the tabling by the Minister in Parliament. Support this initiative for the good of all Malaysian citizens,” MMA secretary general Dr R. Arasu posted on X yesterday, attaching a screenshot of MOH’s invitation letter to its briefing today on proposed amendments to the Medical Act. Prof Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman, who was not listed in the MOH’s invitation letter, told CodeBlue that she was forwarded an invite to the meeting, but cannot attend due to a scheduling conflict. Dr Adeeba heads a task force set up by the MMC to resolve the parallel pathway issue. The health minister’s press secretary, Nik Azmi Nik Fathil, told CodeBlue that today’s meeting was part of a “series of engagements” on the proposed Medical Act amendment bill, but declined to disclose details about any other future stakeholder engagement sessions with other groups, except for a planned media briefing, even as the Dewan Rakyat will begin meeting in just 12 days starting June 24." 3 "Parallel Pathway Opponents Also Key Stakeholders Manipal Academy of Higher Education pro vice chancellor Prof Dr Abdul Razzak Mohd Said, who is also a former MMC council member, described it as a “really sad day” for the medical profession if the proposed Medical Act amendment bill is passed without considering input from “all stakeholders”. “Then again, the MOH started the parallel pathway programmes without any due diligence. In the process, it flouted the law that is in its ministry. And now, they want to amend that law to cover their wrongdoings,” Dr Abdul Razzak told CodeBlue yesterday. “The cover storyline is the lack of specialists. To me, this is artificial. The MOH failed to retain specialists and medical officers in service. There is no country in the world that says it has enough specialists. Malaysia never had enough specialists since we had medical service. So, is this news? There is no noble intent here as it is portrayed to be. “All I can see here is ill intent,” Dr Abdul Razzak added. He pointed out that these comments below, taken from senior consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Prof Dr Raja Amin Raja Mokhtar’s recent op-ed for CodeBlue, have been shared in his medical alumni group. “For the Control of Smoking Products for Public Health Bill, the MOH held a whopping 129 stakeholder engagement sessions over a period of about two years – including with tobacco and vape companies – before the bill was passed by Parliament in December 2023 as the country’s first standalone tobacco and vape control Act. “If the MOH could engage even with Big Tobacco, Public Enemy No. 1, then surely fellow medical professionals in the ministry can meet us – their very own colleagues – on an issue that concerns our profession?”" 4 Part 1

www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2024/06/11/evaluate-problematic-system-education-minist… "G25 says Malaysia needs to cultivate interest in STEM subjects from the primary level and teach maths and science subjects in English through programmes like the DLP." xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "The G25 group of prominent retired civil servants has urged the education ministry to evaluate the country’s education system and disclose its findings to the public. In a statement, G25 said doing so would create public confidence that the government was working to address concerns about how the ministry deals with “problems in our education system”. The group also called for comprehensive reforms in the education sector to ensure equitable access to quality education for all Malaysians. On the need for a balanced curriculum and English proficiency, G25 said it advocated the use of Bahasa Malaysia as the medium of instruction but recognised the importance of English in global competitiveness. “There’s a need to cultivate interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects from the primary level and teach maths and science subjects in English through programmes like the Dual Language Programme. “A balanced curriculum, with emphasis on STEM subjects alongside other disciplines, is essential for preparing students for the modern world.” It also said STEM education was “paramount” in Malaysia’s journey towards economic advancement, particularly considering the country’s burgeoning semiconductor industry and the government’s plans for technical and vocational education and training, which was allocated RM6.8 billion in the 2024 budget. G25 said while it acknowledged the importance of the education ministry’s emphasis on religious education in the public school curriculum, it was crucial to ensure that it did not take up the majority of school time. It said that striking a balance between religious instruction and other academic pursuits was vital for a well-rounded education that equips children with the knowledge, skills, and values they need to thrive in a multicultural, technologically advanced and interconnected world. “Elective after-school religious studies programmes should be considered as an alternative to maintain balance between subjects within regular school hours,” it said. G25 also said it was crucial to strengthen teacher training institutions, particularly in STEM education. It said that continuous professional development, merit-based recruitment, and competitive salaries were essential for attracting and retaining talented teachers. G25 also said it believes in providing equal opportunities for all children to have access to quality education, regardless of socio-economic background, ethnicity or geographic location. Apart from marginalised groups such as students with disabilities (physical and learning), G25 said indigenous communities, those from low-income households, and refugees should also be given access to public education. It called for partnerships between the public and private sectors, which it said would help supplement government efforts to expand educational opportunities and improve infrastructure. “By implementing these targeted improvements, we believe it will contribute to the overall advancement of Malaysia’s education system, making our national schools more attractive to parents,” it said."

www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2024/06/11/working-on-retirement "WITH people having low savings in this country, raising the retirement age seems like a reasonable solution. The longer people work, the more they can save for their retirement. Then, there are other benefits, such as employer-paid medical coverage for themselves and even their families. Public sector workers and their families are entitled to medical coverage even after they retire. But it’s easier said than done. The economy has some structural issues that the government is just beginning to get a handle on. Low wages are the most critical of all the issues, looking at just the financial aspect of retirement. EPF savings are low for most Malaysians, with some two-thirds of fund members below the age of 55 not having attained the RM240,000 minimum recommended by the EPF. Data from the provident fund showed that three-quarters of those who withdraw all their funds finish them within five years. Having more people gainfully employed may be good for the economy but do workers actually benefit from postponing retirement? Not very much, says Prof Geoffrey Williams, an economist and policy specialist who has been working and living in Malaysia for more than two decades. “The best economic approach is to look for alternatives to working longer and paying more, and there are two main ideas on the table in the Malaysian context,” he says. One idea is to finance pensions from a source that does not deduct salaries of low wage earners. This can be done with a “superfund” combining existing government-linked investment companies’ assets. This superfund would continue to invest in development finance programmes but the returns on the fund would be ring-fenced to pay a universal basic pension that do not have to rely on contributions from low-income earners. The other idea is to finance pensions from a ring-fenced tax as even 0.5% from an e-payments tax (EPT) would raise enough to pay a monthly RM500 to everyone over 65. An EPT of 0.8% would fund the same for everyone over 60. Williams says working to a later age is not a practical solution in Malaysia due to the low wage structure and low labour participation rate. A 50-year-old with no savings and a median monthly income of RM2,900 would have to save RM2,000 per month, which is equivalent to 70% of their wage to get to EPF’s minimum retirement savings by 60. Those aged 50 and on minimum wage would have to save more than they actually earn to get to the EPF’s minimum threshold. The problem is compounded by the fact that more than 40% of adults are effectively in the “outside labour force” category, either because of household/family responsibilities or schooling/training, according to the Statistics Department’s March update of the labour force. Household work is generally unpaid and the i-Sayang programme in which breadwinners can contribute 2% of their portion of EPF contribution to their spouses’ EPF retirement savings is inadequate, even assuming that the breadwinner shoulders a larger portion of the financial responsibility in retirement. Centre for Market Education CEO Dr Carmelo Ferlito also disagrees on having a retirement age, saying it should be a personal decision on the part of the worker based on financial needs. “Each business makes its own evaluation and can understand if an older employee is still an asset with valuable experience or if they prefer to hire younger workers. Therefore, I believe it depends very much on the business and the worker,” he says. “Here is where the big issue is for Malaysia, so many people having so little,” he says. About 90% of businesses in Malaysia comprise microbusinesses and SMEs, employing almost half of the labour force. Microbusinesses make up almost four-fifths of that total, making it impossible to address concerns on social mobility and social protection. According to Ferlito, a degree of consolidation for economies of scale is needed, bringing with it innovation, increased productivity and better jobs. There is a lot of public discourse now on raising the retirement age and there is certainly more awareness on issues such as social protection and the silver economy catering to an ageing society, which Malaysia transitioned into from 2020 according to World Bank measurements. Socio-Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie says the social security safety net needs to be strengthened throughout the career of employees for them to enjoy decent pensions and a dignified retirement. Inevitably, the combination of longer lifespans and inadequate retirement savings will mean the government will have to ramp up awareness programmes to encourage workers in the informal sector to contribute to EPF and Socso. According to the Statistics Department, almost a fifth of workers are now working on their own. “Social safety programmes must work together towards the idea of raising the retirement age gradually. This includes the proposal to have new entrants into the civil service be placed on a contribution scheme like the EPF instead of the public pension scheme,” Lee says."

codeblue.galencentre.org/2024/06/11/gag-orders-on-health-care-workers-suffering-inhumane-working-… Summary: "An MO claims a doctor from a public hospital was forced by superiors to remove a Facebook post on working back-to-back on-call shifts. “Gag orders only exacerbate the problem, preventing necessary reforms that can protect their health and improve patient care.”" xxxxxxxxxxFull Story Herexxxxxxxxxx "In recent times, health care workers in Malaysia have found themselves subjected to increasingly arduous working conditions. This crisis came to the forefront when a doctor in a certain public hospital was compelled to work back-to-back on-call shifts and, upon voicing concerns online, was forced by superiors to remove the post under a gag order. Such actions not only suppress the voices of those on the front lines, but also raise significant questions about the alignment of these practices with labour laws and basic human rights." 1 "The Toll Of Prolonged Working Hours The issue of excessively long working hours for medical officers is not new, but it remains persistently problematic. The on-call schedule provided shows a disturbing pattern of overwork and inadequate rest. For instance, there are instances where doctors are scheduled for continuous on-call duties without sufficient recovery time. Such a schedule is both physically and mentally exhausting and can have detrimental effects on the wellbeing of the health care workers and the quality of care they provide. Looking at this timetable, Dr Addeen does not even have one proper full weekend off for the entire month. Yes, we chose to be doctors. We don’t mind sacrificing a little extra, just for our patients. But please understand that we are also humans that need rest, that need to spend time with family and also need job and financial security." 2 "What Happened One Day Later? #GagOrder Labour Law And Medical Ethics Malaysian labour laws, like those in many countries, are designed to protect workers from exploitation and ensure fair working conditions. According to the Employment Act 1955, the maximum number of working hours should not exceed 48 hours per week, and workers are entitled to at least one rest day each week. However, the reality for many medical officers is starkly different. The on-call shifts, which often extend beyond 30 hours continuously, blatantly violate these stipulations. This disregard for labour laws not only undermines the health and safety of the medical staff but also raises ethical concerns about the quality of patient care. The Impact On Health Care Workers Long and continuous working hours can lead to severe physical and mental health issues among health care workers. Fatigue, burnout, and stress are common consequences, which can compromise the immune system, leading to increased susceptibility to illnesses. Furthermore, chronic sleep deprivation has been linked to a host of problems, including cognitive impairments, mood disorders, and decreased overall performance. In the high-stakes environment of health care, such impairments can be catastrophic, potentially leading to medical errors and compromising patient safety." 3 "Advocating For Adequate Rest And Post-Call Off Days To mitigate these risks, it is crucial to implement policies that ensure adequate rest for medical officers. Post-call off days should be mandatory to allow doctors to recover from the strenuous demands of on-call duties. Adequate rest not only restores physical and mental health but also improves job satisfaction and performance, ultimately leading to better patient outcomes. Research has consistently shown that well-rested health care professionals are more efficient, make fewer mistakes, and provide higher quality care. The Role Of Institutions And Policymakers Health care institutions and policymakers have a moral and legal obligation to protect the rights and wellbeing of their staff. This includes enforcing labour laws that limit working hours and ensuring that medical officers have access to adequate rest periods. Moreover, there should be channels for health care workers to voice their concerns without fear of retribution. Suppressing their voices not only violates their rights but also perpetuates a culture of silence that can have devastating consequences for the entire health care system. Conclusion The issue of prolonged working hours for medical officers in Malaysia is a serious concern that requires immediate attention. The suppression of their voices through gag orders only exacerbates the problem, preventing necessary reforms that can protect their health and improve patient care. It is imperative that health care institutions and policymakers recognize the urgent need for change and take decisive action to align working conditions with labour laws and ethical standards. Ensuring adequate rest and post-call off days for medical officers is not just a matter of legal compliance; it is a fundamental aspect of maintaining a functional, safe, and humane health care system. In summary, the situation depicted in the provided on-call schedule is a clear violation of labour laws and human rights. It is a call to action for all stakeholders to advocate for better working conditions, respect the voices of health care workers, and ensure that the medical profession remains sustainable and humane. By addressing these issues, we can create a healthier environment for both medical professionals and the patients they serve." 4

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Berita baik buat seluruh warga Petaling Jaya ✨ 

Sebuah syarikat Data Centre bakal didirikan dan bertapak di Petaling Jaya Seksyen 51A dalam masa terdekat. Ini akan menjadikan Petaling Jaya sebuah hab industri berteknologi tinggi. Saya yakin bahawa dengan terlaksananya pembinaan ini kita dapat memperluaskan lagi peluang pekerjaan justeru mampu menjana pertumbuhan ekonomi dan kelastrian informasi digital dalam jangka masa panjang.

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