Ministers defend policy decisions

Ministers defending their policy decisions and scam operations were the main interest of some Chinese dailies.

Education Minister Fadhlina Sidek’s defending her policy of keeping school canteens open during Ramadan in her ministerial wrap up speech in the Dewan Rakyat was front paged by Sin Chew Daily. She also called for mutual respect among students of differing faiths.

Tourism Arts and Culture Minister Tiong King Sing defending bak kut teh as heritage food was the headlines in Kwong Wah Daily. He also presented photographs of Pas promoting the dish 2018 during his ministerial wrap up in Dewan Rakyat yesterday.

Port Dickson MCA Youth chief Lim See Soon lost RM4,800 to a scam after receiving a Whats App message from someone claiming to be his step brother. The message that he received was an AI generated voice message, headlined Guang Ming Daily.

China Press headlined the arrests of a Malaysian and several others for running a scam investment scheme in Thailand.

The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) acknowledged Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s efforts in securing foreign investments but cautioned that it would several years before the people would be able to see the benefits, reported Nanyang Daily.

READ ALSO: Non Muslim marries two women