Monday, March 24, 2008

温利山以您同欢共乐慰劳晚宴 Voon Lee Shan Dinner with Party Workers After Parliamentary Election



我们YB的笑容永远是那么的慈祥好看!!

我敬大家一杯,谢谢你们的合作!!

Thank you for all of you helping me during the parliamentary election.

干杯。。干杯。。。今夜不醉不归!哈哈哈
Yam Seng! Yam Seng!!! Everyone must enjoy yourself tonight.
Happy nya kita punya YB, senyum lebar ya...
Supporter nya pun banyak la...

谢谢!真的谢谢你们在大选期间帮忙我!!!

Thank you... Thank you for helping me during the parliamentary election.

我们的YB不但高歌一曲还跳起舞来呢,今晚真是高兴!!!

看清楚咯我们的YB喝醉了没??

Wow... our YB dance "JOGET" ohh!!!

Boleh Tahan la... Tengok betul betul, Kita punya YB sudah Mabuk kah belum ni??

今晚的YB开心到见牙不见眼啦!!!

真难得呀!

Hohoho... our YB look so Happy tonight!!!

Biasanya YB kita muka serious, sekarang senyum sampai nampak gigi tak nampak mata laa...

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Mr Voon. I'm not sure if you are the relevant authority that I should turn to, but since you are the assemblyman for the Batu Lintang constituency, I'm hoping that you can help to look into my little grouse.

I am a former student of SMK Batu Lintang and every week I still go to school to fetch my sister. The road leading into the school is at a very atrocious state. It is pothole-ridden and nothing has been done about it even after the recent mid-term break. The road wasn't so bad last year but it has only gotten worse and worse.

I hope you can look into this matter and try to fix it as soon as you can, unless JKR or whatever is being an ass. Then bo pien lo

Thanks

VOON LEE SHAN said...
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VOON LEE SHAN said...

May I know exactly which road you meant? I inspected the road which was from the traffic light juntion of the General Hosptial to the shool a few months ago and about 40drain covers at the sides of both roads had been replaced by DBKU.DBKU had done a good job.

March 28, 2008 12:38 PM

Anonymous said...

I meant the road in the school itself. It's hard to fix it now since school is in session though. Jalan College itself was fixed a while back, no complains there.

Anonymous said...

YB, Wish to know how St. artin look like...heard the u got show the pic of St. artin School,can u post it on ur blog...really wish to know how bad the school was...

Anonymous said...

YB, You Are The Best!

Mr. Family said...

Dear Anonymous,

You seems talk a lot. Why don't you joint DAP. Talk it loud and work it out! Don't be silent majority. I too already jointed DAP.

Anonymous said...

Dear Voon,

Just curious you passed your clp in one attempt? How do you find the system? Below is article from clp candidate:-

http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/80838

VOON LEE SHAN said...

CLP is pure discrimination to law students who obtained foreign LLB degree.It took me two attempts to pass the CLP and I was lucky. If I was not from the Police Force and a prosecuting officer, who had dealt with CPC, Evidence and Penal Code in my daily work, I doubt I could pass the CLP even in fourth attempt. Many police officers who had been prosecuting officers like me took many times to clear the CLP. Some could not even pass the Evidence paper after the third attempt. CLP was a hell examination and I believe it imposed a very different standard from those who had to sit the same subjects in local universities. If law students who are required to sit for CLP, then, law students from local universities should also be required to sit the same examination. To be fair, there should be common examination to all.

VOON LEE SHAN said...

CLP is pure discrimination to law students who obtained foreign LLB degree.It took me two attempts to pass the CLP and I was lucky. If I was not from the Police Force and a prosecuting officer, who had dealt with CPC, Evidence and Penal Code in my daily work, I doubt I could pass the CLP even in fourth attempt. Many police officers who had been prosecuting officers like me took many times to clear the CLP. Some could not even pass the Evidence paper after the third attempt. CLP was a hell examination and I believe it imposed a very different standard from those who had to sit the same subjects in local universities. If foreign law students are required to sit for CLP, then, law students from local universities should also be required to sit the same examination. To be fair, there should be common examination to all and that there should not be two different standards.