Competent, accountable and transparent TARUC facing political castration by MoF — Pamela Yong

DECEMBER 9 — The Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARUC) issue has now become the interest of national debate with many versions and much spin surrounding the funding or rather the renouncement of funding for this institution which had been established way back on February 24, 1969 as a non-profit, private university college in Malaysia. One must be familiar with history to comprehend that TARUC was founded on the purest intention by the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) on the sole basis to provide accessible and affordable tertiary education to those average lower income Chinese families who fell outside of the quota system to get into the local public universities but could not afford to send their children overseas.

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P176 Kimanis By-Election : Fence Sitters – The Last Frontier

JANUARY 17 — As voters prepare to vote in the P176 Kimanis by-election, the key question of who will win, will be known officially Saturday (Jan 17) when the Election Commission announces the winner, likely around 10pm, or earlier barring hiccups.

TAR UC facing political annihilation by MOF

The Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) issue has now become the interest of national debate with many versions and much spin surrounding the funding – or rather the renouncement of funding – for this institution which had been established way back on Feb 24, 1969 as a non-profit, …

Contractual obligation of Federal Govt to TAR UC remains unfulfilled

THE Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) issue has now become the interest of national debate with many versions and much spin surrounding the funding, or rather the renouncement of funding, for this institution which was established way back on Feb 24,1969, as a non-profit, private university college in …

TAR College grant a legal obligation on federal govt, says think-tank

PETALING JAYA: An MCA-linked think-tank has accused finance minister Lim Guan Eng of turning TAR university college into a political pawn in a personal quest to get at the MCA. Pamela Yong, deputy chairman of the Institute of Stratergic Analysis and Research (Insap) said the federal government was legally obliged to …

Relocation of Indonesian capital may affect Sabah, says think tank

KOTA KINABALU: The relocation of Indonesia's capital to Kalimantan may not bode well for Sabah, says a think tank. Institute of Strategic Analysis and Policy Research (Insap) deputy chairman Dr Pamela Yong said this was because of several factors such as lack of facilities and connectivity to the new capital.

Go beyond NEP and focus on all, says think tank

INSAP deputy chairman Dr Pamela Yong said Malaysia’s affirmative action policies contributed to dissension and discord rather than increasing social cohesion, but the way forward should be a focus on all Malaysians regardless of skin colour.