Wednesday, 23 January 2013

MCA branches to display William’s picture

MCA has ordered all its branches nationwide to display the picture of six-year-old William Yau Zhen Zhong in an effort to trace the missing boy.

Party president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said William’s photograph would be displayed at its 3,000 branch offices throughout the country.

“We pray that he is safe and can be returned to his family as soon as possible. We also appeal to those who may be keeping William to surrender him.

“We do not believe he would have gone missing in such a sudden manner,” he told reporters after chairing the MCA presidential council meeting at Wisma MCA here.

It was important, said Dr Chua, for everybody to work together in finding the boy.

In Malacca, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has joined concerned Malay­sians in appealing to those holding William to return the child safely to his distraught family.

Holding a poster of the boy from a copy of The Star, the Deputy Prime Minister appealed to those with information of his whereabouts to quickly report to the relevant agencies, including the police and the welfare department.

“I sympathise with William’s family and hope all caring Malaysians will pray for his safe return,” he said, urging for a concerted effort to locate the boy, who was reported missing since Jan 16 in Putra Heights, Selangor.

He was speaking at a press conference at SMK Tun Haji Abdul Malik in Cheng, near here, where he distributed the RM100 school aid yesterday.
Source : TheStar

1 comment:

  1. How did Gautama Buddha reach Enlightenment (Nirvana)?

    Ven. Dr Ashin Indaka from Myanmar charged rm400 per who want to be monk at SAMNAK SAMBODHI TAMAN DESA JAYA BUDDHIST TEMPLE...ANYONE GO THERE, MUST CAREFUL...THIS IS MAKE BUDDHIST SHAMEFUL...Buddha is never asks money from his students..a lot people unhappy with that cost..

    We would like inform to all committees of SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, No: 19 Jalan 38 Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. There are so many Myanmar condemnations about when anyone wants to become the monks, who chief monk requests them to pay about RM400.00 per head.

    This is one of crushing shame and exploitation because may be that cost high for Myanmar, also this is one kind of business system in Buddhist, all of us must think in correctly, Buddha went to became a monk with free of charge and he practiced to attain Enlightenment without any cent of dollar to spend, sometimes needed to referred from the Buddha times.

    Buddhist Temple in Malaysia 100% supported by public. The committees of Temple, they worked as voluntary and take care of Temple with organized but in Temple not allowed to played politic because in Temple must be clean and welcome all everyone.

    Recently, do bad and good must careful because everything's huge complaint in Internet, about Buddhist teaching a lot of at Internet, sometimes we can't tell lie to the others one. We must help Myanmar people as they came to Malaysia to work, earn money and save money for their family at home.

    We are Malaysia Buddhist must help Myanmar Buddhist, not to cheated them because they came to our country to work, we must show our good quality and our good Buddhist. Not like some committees members cheated money Myanmar monks; this is very bad Malaysia Buddhist.

    Hope YIP KUM FOOK (MCA GOMBAK) realizes himself, now many people know in what he done for Buddhist, Buddhist Kamma will attack to everyone, if they do bad or good.

    Born in Lumbini, Nepal, Siddhartha was destined to a luxurious life as a prince, had three palaces especially built for him. Siddhartha escaped his palace, accompanied by Channa aboard his horse Kanthaka, leaving behind this royal life to become a mendicant. Sitting under a banyan tree, now known as the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya (Bihar, India), he vowed never to arise until he had found the Truth. After 49 days meditating, at the age of 35, he attained Enlightenment (Nirvana). Gautama, from then on, was known as the Buddha or "Awakened One." Buddha is also sometimes translated as "The Enlightened One." Often, he is referred to in Buddhism as Shakyamuni Buddha or "The Awakened One of the Shakya Clan."