From Malaysiakini on Tan Sri Ting.
Tycoon shames Supp, goes after RM3 mil debt
Tony Thien | Dec 5, 08 2:02pm
RM3 million can be considered pocket change for prominent tycoon Ting Pek Khiing but why did he pursue the debt owed to his company by a Chinese school board in such a fashion?
BN SUPP “SO SORRY” Don’t Play Play with Tycoon Ting~ref Malaysiakini
Ting might have tried to use his contributions to the party as a leverage but the party might not have acquiesced to his requests or demands. December 5, 2008
And another one from national paper The StarSUPP vows to raise RM2.8mil to open school
Malaysia Star, Malaysia -
2 hours ago
On Thursday, Global Upline adviser Tan Sri Ting Pek Khiing had padlocked the school gates because the party still owed the company money for building the ...
2. After a while, image of the government is well tarnished. I call it misguided transparency! I call it absurd openess. When flaws were exposed, without any meaningful counter strategies, Abdullah is holding a poor and flawed government! Then one may wish to suggest who are really behind all these. Oh, another retrospect.....
3. Then we witness politics being manipulated beyond belief. Streets are no more for its intended purpose as transportation network. Streets become political platform. Bersih and Hindraf had used it. DAP had used it. PKR had mauled it. As Sloone mentioned in her little blog, even leafleting was tried as street politicking. Where are we heading?
4. Soon, Sarawakians will rush to polling booth to exercise their democratic right. SUPP is there. Pehin Seri Taib Mahmud will obviously be there. Anwar makes it clear that he will not be hiding behind some sweet little young fella there.
5. There will be killing spree for a bounty! Sarawak has been like USA years ago. Concept of patronising is well defined there. Tycoons are major sponsors for political chess game. Tan Sri Ting Pek Khiing is not the only one. They are strong and impenetrable. Even Anwar will succumb!
The issue must be seen in this light. I am sure, there will be more to come.