Tony Pua responds

Dear Sek Thim,

Thank you so much for your comments. Much apologies for the delay in response. Please note that the feedback is welcomed and we have been making progressive improvements in our ceramahs along the way.

On Monday, Feb 25 evening, when unfortunately you had to leave early, I spoke entirely in English (I actually had complaints, too for speaking in English). Hence, I dare say that overall, the ceramah was probably 65% in English and 35% in Chinese. Bilingual ceramahs are always difficult to manage, but we do try to do our very best to cater to everyone’s needs. We thank you very much for your patience.

As for the issue of providing solutions, please feel free to visit our website at on our manifesto on our proposed solutions for some of the key issues in PJ. On the national front, you will be able to find it on As there are hundreds of people at a ceramah, speeches will unfortunately not be able to meet everyone’s expectations (we do try our best) and we do seek for your understanding.

Thank you once again for your support and I know you mean well. We look forward to making Malaysia a better place for all Malaysians.

Best regards,

Tony Pua

Note: Tony Pua (DAP) is contesting against incumbent Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun (Barisan Nasional-MCA) for the PJ Utara parliamentary seat in Selangor. Total voters: 76,618; Chinese (76.7%), Malay (15.4%), Indian (6.4%), Others (1.5%).

An Open Letter to Tony Pua