Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Chin Peng as a good listener of diverse views

Chin Peng admitted that, very unlike his other comrades like Abdullah CD, Rashid Maidin, P. Veerasenan, S.A. Ganapathy and also Eng Ming Ching, he has never been good at public speaking on stage. However, those who have met and talked to him agree that Chin Peng is a good listener of diverse views. He once travelled to London, Canberra and Singapore to engage those who disagreed with and even opposed him in dialogues. Chin Peng speaks Malay, Chinese, English and also Thai. In the rendezvous in Bangkok last week, Chin Peng was evidently very interested in listening to young voices and he adviced Malaysian kids and teenagers "to study very hard" and " to seek more knowledge" in order " to make better choices later in life" after they have grown up.

M'sian rendezvous with Chin Peng in Bangkok

5 Comments:

Blogger Mohd Hashim Jelani said...

Forgive the man? No way...not after I personally witnessed his cadres slaughtered my grand uncles and other folks in bukit bunuh, lenggong. You, too will think otherwise had u been there!

3:00 AM  
Blogger rc said...

Why didn't you or your family tell the government before 2 December 1989 when the Peace Accord was officially signed ? Thank you.

4:42 AM  
Blogger sc said...

After the government signed the Peace Accord on 2 December 1989, you and your family still continue to vote for BN in 1990, 1995, 1999, 2004 and 2008 ?

6:16 AM  
Blogger ~aNG~伟翔 said...

Hashim, do you forgive Japanese? They killed more Malaysians than CPM. So, shall we banned japanes come to Malaysia? Shall we burn all the japanese product? shall we chase out all the japanese factories here??

7:45 AM  
Blogger Si®_®oLL™ said...

most of chinese support this man!rest in peace in hell!!!pui we all malysian never forgive what did u do especially malay..u racist!??

4:50 PM  

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