Spewing poison on Chinese lacking 'multiracial spirit'


Lim Teck Ghee            

COMMENT As part of its media onslaught on its Malay readership and aimed at provoking an extremist and emotional Malay response to the outcome of the recent elections, Utusan Malaysia has now found its academic champion.  

In comments which were front-paged by the newspaper, professor Khoo Kay Kim was quoted as saying that the Chinese do not understand the importance of unity as their racial sentiments still burn strongly since the community first came to Malaya.


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Spewing poison on Chinese lacking 'multiracial spirit'

Lim Teck Ghee,

COMMENT As part of its media onslaught on its Malay readership and aimed at provoking an extremist and emotional Malay response to the outcome of the recent elections, Utusan Malaysia has now found its academic champion.  

In comments which were front-paged by the newspaper, professor Khoo Kay Kim was quoted as saying that the Chinese do not understand the importance of unity as their racial sentiments still burn strongly since the community first came to Malaya.


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