为了支持董总、教总和留华同学会在推动华文教育、留华升学与师资培训等方面所做出的努力和贡献，中国驻马來西亚大使白天，在接见三个重要华教团体的领导时， 正式宣布中国大使馆各捐赠马币 20 万零吉予三个华教机构。
Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian announced that The Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Malaysia will officially donate RM200,000 to The United Chinese School Commitees’ Association of Malaysia (Dongzong), The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia
(Jiaozong), and The Association of Graduates from Universities and Colleges of China, Malaysia
(Liuhua) respectively in support of their continuous effort and contribution on fostering Malaysia’s Chinese Education,studying abroad in China, teacher training and more.
In the conference meeting between the China Embassy and local leaders of the Chinese Education community earlier today , Bai Tian gives his high praise to the Chinese Education in Malaysia, referring it as “truly impressive” . Bai Tian says he feels heartened to see the drive and dedication of all three associations working hard together, pushing and nurturing chinese education since decades.
In the future, Bai He strongly encourages the three associations to strengthen their mutual bond by sharing and utlizing resources among each other, suggesting activities such as hosting fixed discussions and exchange views on China-Malaysia education. Thus, able to optimise their growing platform to its fullest and bring larger benefit to the community as a whole.
Speaking of which, envoy Bai Tian also expressed high approval on the “New Directions for Chinese Education” programme launched by Dongzong, Jiaozong and MUB Education Centre. This programme aims to combine resources to come up with new ideas, concepts and strategies for the education scene in Malaysia. A brand new comprehensive training building is also set to be built, acting as a foundation to achieve development in education and promote cultural exchange. “It is definitely a new milestone for Chinese Education in Malaysia, “refers Bai Tian.
Attendees of the conference meeting include China Embassy officers: Envoy Bai Tian, Head of Cultural Office Feng Jun and Counsellor for Consular Affairs Liu Dong Yuan; Dongzong representatives: President Tan Tai Kim, Deputy President Tan Yew Sing, Secretary Ng Chai Heng and Deputy CEO Chen Ching Fong; Jiaozong representatives: Vice President Lee Ngai Keong, Wong Chau Shing and Associate Goh Cheng Leong; Liuhua representatives: President Bock Chek Lim, Vice President Lim Kok Yan and Associate Bernard Chow.