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Women institutes’ CNY do reflects Sarawakian unity

20 Februari 2019, Rabu

Wong (fifth left) prepares to pop the balloons with other guests and organisers. PPWS Sarikei District chairperson Haidar Nor is at fourth left, Penghulu Hwang Tiong Kang – who represented Repok assemblyman Datuk Seri Huang Tiong Sii is at seventh left, while PPWS Sibu/Sarikei/Kapit deputy chairperson Ummu Hani Junaidi is at eighth left.


SARIKEI: Sarawak Federation of Women’s Institutes (PPWS), Sarikei’s Chinese New Year gathering on Sunday was a reflection of Sarawakian unity and harmony.

Sarikei member of parliament Andrew Wong Ling Biu, who was guest of honour, noted some of the event organising committee members were non-Chinese.

“This is the first Chinese New Year gathering where I observe the attendance was dominated by non-Chinese,” he said.

He praised PPWS for playing its part in helping to promote unity and harmony in a multiracial and multireligious community.

Wong also called on PPWS to make an official request for funds from him.

Over 100 members from 13 PPWS branches in the district and surrounding areas attended the gathering.