PKR leaders believe Chinese unhappiness won't hamper 'reformasi' mooncake sales

Lu Wei Hoong


PKR leaders are confident that the 10,000 boxes of reformasi mooncakes would be snapped up despite the Chinese community's dissatisfaction over the introduction of Jawi khat (calligraphy) in vernacular schools and the decision to allow the Lynas rare earth plant to continue its operations.

Party vice-president Chang Lih Kang urged Malaysians to purchase the mooncakes to support the reformasi movement...

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