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DR SIM ON CHINESE UNITY

The SUPP President YB Datuk Dr. Sim Kui Hian referred  the recent meeting of the  leaders of China and Taiwan with the relationship and interactions between the Sarawak Chinese community and the SUPP’s state seats issues.

Dr. Sim stressed that asking SUPP to give away seats to other parties, is not the way of uniting the Sarawak Chinese community.

He pointed out that China and Taiwan did not allow any third party country to interfere with issues  between them thereby creating a divisive situation.

He added that similarly when touching on the unity of the Chinese community in Sarawak, some people used to  refer to the parting of seats allocated to SUPP to other party. How could such way of thinking bring about the unity of the Chinese community?

He  stressed that in the past, the  trend of political development was adopting the “divide and rule” method. But now, he would never want to see the continuation of such  practice, thereby dividing and depriving the rights of the Chinese.

When addressing the  opening ceremony of the medicated herbs exhibition  jointly  organized by the  Sarawak Federation of Chinese Drugs and the Federation of Traditional Chinese Herbs and  Supplementary Drugs Associations in Kuching, Dr. Sim said that the true  meaning of unity is to stand and working together, without divisive  intention.

“When we talk of unity, it should be done like China and Taiwan, whereby we never allow any third party to   bluff the Sarawak Chinese or depriving their rights. Though one talks of unity, what he does were in fact  dividing the Chinese causing damages to the Chinese community”.

He added that the meeting of the  leaders of China and Taiwan,  had created history. Though both sides  had been divided for many years, the shaking hands of Xi and Ma in Singapore, had brought about  the long expectation.  The actions  of the two leaders would nevertheless produce a bright future for the  peoples of China and Taiwan.

He stressed that as the Malaysian Chinese, he hopes that the meeting of Xi and Ma in Singapore could become an example for the Chinese in Malaysia to  learn.

Dr. Sim said that he had for long hoping the  Chinese in Sarawak  would in the  spirit of unity,  join hands to safeguard their interests and rights.

“This is my fervent hope and aspiration for the past many years, not just now only.”

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