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    Signature Drive in Expediting of Building SJK(C) Tun Tan Siew

    Dear Fellow Resident of Putra Heights, Subang Jaya and USJ,

    The shortage of Chinese primary school in Subang Jaya, Puchong, USJ and Putra Heights has resulted overcrowded class size and seriously affected teaching activities. Currently, more than 700 standard 1 students can not find places in chinese school near to their homes in Puchong area in 2011. By 2012, Chee Wen chinese school (USJ1) will be "full". Wawasan chinese school (USJ 19) has over 100 surplus standard 1 students in 2011.

    In 28th September 2006, Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein announced that a new Chinese schools, SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin will be built under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) in Putra Heights, Selangor. However, SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin has not been constructed to date. If Tun Tan Siew Siew school is build by 2012, It will help to improve the situation of shortage of Chinese School in Putra Heights, Subang Jaya, Puchong and USJ.

    We are initiating a signature drive to urge the Government to expedite the construction of SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin in Putra Heights.

    Your support to help us to collect signature is much appreciated for the sake of our children's education. Please visit the blog here to download the signature drive form for signature collection:
    http://phchineseschool.blogspot.com/

    Chong Thim Siew
    Chairman (012-6933094)email: chongts@hotmail.com
    Putra Heights Chinese School Action Group

    ps: We have launched our signature drive yesterday at Putra Heights and please find the news below for the event:

    http://www.nanyang.com.my/NewsCenter...0&SID=8&CID=15
    http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2010/08/08/108.html
    http://guangming.com.my/node/79489?tid=14
    http://www.chinapress.com.my/content...t=0809lk03.txt

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    Amazingly, we have to remind the Minister to do the job which he outline way back in year 2006. KPI?
    Meanwhile, they are building or buying other things in full speed.

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    Even more amazing is - assuming the school is ever build after reminders and reminders, pleas and pleas and etc from the tax payers and rent-payings residents (likely with donation from the suffering residents and public), those ministers still have thick face to show up and officially open the school.

    What world are we living in ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by phchineseschool
    Dear Fellow Resident of Putra Heights, Subang Jaya and USJ,

    The shortage of Chinese primary school in Subang Jaya, Puchong, USJ and Putra Heights has resulted overcrowded class size and seriously affected teaching activities. Currently, more than 700 standard 1 students can not find places in chinese school near to their homes in Puchong area in 2011. By 2012, Chee Wen chinese school (USJ1) will be "full". Wawasan chinese school (USJ 19) has over 100 surplus standard 1 students in 2011.

    In 28th September 2006, Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein announced that a new Chinese schools, SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin will be built under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) in Putra Heights, Selangor. However, SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin has not been constructed to date. If Tun Tan Siew Siew school is build by 2012, It will help to improve the situation of shortage of Chinese School in Putra Heights, Subang Jaya, Puchong and USJ.

    We are initiating a signature drive to urge the Government to expedite the construction of SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin in Putra Heights.

    Your support to help us to collect signature is much appreciated for the sake of our children's education. Please visit the blog here to download the signature drive form for signature collection:
    http://phchineseschool.blogspot.com/

    Chong Thim Siew
    Chairman (012-6933094)email: chongts@hotmail.com
    Putra Heights Chinese School Action Group

    ps: We have launched our signature drive yesterday at Putra Heights and please find the news below for the event:
    Thanks Mr. Chong Thim Siew,

    I respect your effort and your contribution to Chinese school..

    Sorry, I hate to say this - the campaign may not be effective (no intention to pour cold water whatsoever). Those fellas won't give a qualm to the signatures.

    The best and the only way is to change them and we should change them as they are not doing their duties and responsibilities.

    As a tax payers and a residents in SJ, I really mad if we have to launch a signature campaign just to ask for a school to be build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagamihara
    Thanks Mr. Chong Thim Siew,

    I respect your effort and your contribution to Chinese school..

    Sorry, I hate to say this - the campaign may not be effective (no intention to pour cold water whatsoever). Those fellas won't give a qualm to the signatures.

    The best and the only way is to change them and we should change them as they are not doing their duties and responsibilities.

    As a tax payers and a residents in SJ, I really mad if we have to launch a signature campaign just to ask for a school to be build.
    E X A C T L Y!!!!
    The tax payers having to beg for schools to be built. Promises no fulfilled! The last round of signature drive also unfruitful.

    If they can't built new schools at the very least improve the current nearby SK schools to be 'school of choice'.

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    At least they are doing something about it rather than just waiting for the school to sprout out by nature...Let's give support where possible and not being negative about it...Change in govt is another issue altogether (political).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkNite
    E X A C T L Y!!!!
    The tax payers having to beg for schools to be built. Promises no fulfilled! The last round of signature drive also unfruitful.

    If they can't built new schools at the very least improve the current nearby SK schools to be 'school of choice'.
    At this point, this is our only choice till the next General Election.

    Chee Wen was built after many rounds signature drive and public pressure. We start this signature drive for the our children.

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    phchineseschool - sorry I dun think getting Chinese school built is the solution.
    Most of the time, even if there is a building, they just dun even have enough teachers, thus over crowding!
    In SK schools, it's usually around 35 per class vs 45 in SJK(c).

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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious
    Amazingly, we have to remind the Minister to do the job which he outline way back in year 2006. KPI?
    Meanwhile, they are building or buying other things in full speed.
    It took so long for Chee Wen to be build.

    The so-called vision school in USJ 16 was build much quicker even though no prodding was done.

    Unless it is a 'vision' or National school, do expect many more years.

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    If you managed to meet Hisham, he would say"sure sure sure it is in the 10th (not 9th anymore) Malaysia Plan, dont worry". If you probe further, "When Can build?"....."soon Soon Soon" Maybe when I become the PM" .

    Well, if you want it fast... you gotta do it yourself... pass the hat around! or... if there is another byelection Signature wont get you anywhere....

    If I am around... sure I will support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagamihara
    Thanks Mr. Chong Thim Siew,

    I respect your effort and your contribution to Chinese school..

    Sorry, I hate to say this - the campaign may not be effective (no intention to pour cold water whatsoever). Those fellas won't give a qualm to the signatures.

    The best and the only way is to change them and we should change them as they are not doing their duties and responsibilities.

    As a tax payers and a residents in SJ, I really mad if we have to launch a signature campaign just to ask for a school to be build.
    If the people can be get mad, then it is already the first step with giant leap. I got mad too, as an Education Minister, it is main main aje with announcement here and there, but tak buat kerja and tak bertangung jawab. With these type of example, what educational excellence would we expect from headmaster to teachers and students?
    But without the thread, I may not know. Now I know, I can pass on the chilli flavorings and serve it around.
    I believe signature drive, marathon walk, pan or wok, if it is done would achieve some significant results.
    Heck, even the usj.com.my has made certain people mad with this issue .Stand up and be counted. Believe in making the numbers. Dont underestimate the power of signatures and internet signed in forumers.
    Last edited by zinglicious; 10-08-2010 at 02:16 AM.

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    Soon they will start a recycle factory for papers

    Though FB might catch some attention.... like the BHP thingy on the media.

    Mr Chong, say something...How will the people support u when u post and left the forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY
    Soon they will start a recycle factory for papers

    Though FB might catch some attention.... like the BHP thingy on the media.

    Mr Chong, say something...How will the people support u when u post and left the forum?
    I am very sorry, but the response is overwhelming......

    too many emails to answer and sooooo many phone calls........

    Need more people to help!!! Cannot do this alone.

    Please email me if you can help.

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    may i know what's the different between chinese school and national school?
    is the language taught in mandarin or there's a special curriculum like mandarin classes, calligraphy class , religious club etc?

    I do know that US citizens have two separate partisans who fought very hard to install religious fundamental teaching about christianity and creationism but left wing separatists are against religious teaching in the public school system and they try to butt this nonsensical brain washing groups because they felt that young generations of students must be given freedom to learn purely without any biblical interference as there's a place for that specifically but not in school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY
    If you managed to meet Hisham, he would say"sure sure sure it is in the 10th (not 9th anymore) Malaysia Plan, dont worry". If you probe further, "When Can build?"....."soon Soon Soon" ?...
    Errrr... Hishamuddin ain't the Ed.Min. anymore... So he'd probably tell ya to go bug the other guy in charge... aka Muhyuddin... which IMHO, wud be like talking to the wall...!!!

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