LETTER | Its recognition has been in place, to varying extents, for at least the last two decades.
He says that matters relating to the UEC should be referred to its task force.
Oh Tong Keong believes PM's statements show that Harapan is insincere about recognising the certificate.
LETTER | Concerns over the certificate are not about its impact upon varsity admissions.
UPDATED 4.17PM | Mahathir sets the record straight after comments attributed to him on the matter irk the Chinese community.
His interview that touched on the recognition of the certificate had caused an uproar in the Chinese community.
UPDATED 7PM | PARLIAMENT | Education minister Maszlee Malik says the cabinet will decide on whether to recognise the examination.
PAS MUKTAMAR | Chinese high school certificate will eventually become a 'thorn in the flesh', delegate says.
PAS MUKTAMAR | The motion did not specifically mention Umno but echoes past statements of being in the interest of Islam.
The real issue is outdated admission procedures at local varsities, says Penang deputy chief minister.
COMMENT | Some of its leaders denied recognition when they were education ministers, and are doing the same now.
Maszlee Malik says the matter cannot be rushed and a detailed study will be conducted.
COMMENT | 100 years of Chinese education later, nothing has changed for UEC recognition, except who's in gov't.
LETTER | History, in the end, will never be the sole factor to build national identity.
LETTER | SPM is a joke - I remember the first time this thought crossed my mind - SPM is a joke.
COMMENT | This comes as ‘old Malaysia’ goes back to fearmongering and sowing division.
LETTER | 'To those who see threats from behind every shadow, it is time they look beyond the little pond they live in.'
It supports a comprehensive review of the UEC and hopes to be invited to discuss the matter.
He says parliamentarians from both sides need to discuss the certificate’s recognition.