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About weechookeong

Wee Choo Keong has been elected Member of Parliament for Wangsa Maju (P116) during the 12th General Election on 08 March 2008 until 05 May 2013. More about Wee: Wee Choo Keong is no stranger to Malaysian politics especially in Wilayah Persekutuan. His active political life spans over 20 years of which 16 had been spent in Bukit Bintang and 4 in Klang. He was a two-term MP for Bukit Bintang until he was disqualified by the Election Judge,Tun Ahmad Fairuz (who was implicated in the Lingam Video Clip Scandal), on 02 August 1995 in an unprecedented manner. Ever since he was elected MP, Wee has never stopped to serve the people of Wilayah Persekutuan and other parts of Malaysia. He has been maintaining his service centre in Pudu even though he is no longer the MP for Bukit Bintang. Wee is a Kelantanese and a practicing lawyer for the past 24 years. He is fluent in Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mandarin and Thai.

Waiving of Visa For Group Tourists

Waiving of Visa for group tourists of more than 20 from People Republic of China.

Waiving of Visa for group tourists of more than 20 from the People’s Republic of China.


The Minister of Tourism and Culture, YB Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri bin Tan Sri Abdul Aziz had announced in June 2015 that the Cabinet had agreed to waive  Visa requirement for group tourists from the People’s Republic China (PRC) effective from 1 September 2015.

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Rioting over a hand phone?

PDRM must bring to book the culprits that incite racial hatred.

PDRM must bring to book the culprits that have incited racial hatred.


THE recent incident at and around the Low Yat Plaza in Bukit Bintang is, to me, a very sad day for Kuala Lumpur. An incident that was sparked off by something as silly as a mobile device Continue reading





LAST week, I received a call from an old friend in England. He’s thinking of going for a faraway vacation with his family and there are a few countries on his list of potential destinations. Continue reading

“New Dog, Playing A Very Old Trick”


AirAsia Bhd’s (AAB) audit committee has issued a statement following the GMT Research report, pointing out that it cannot have legal control or legal power over its associate companies in Indonesia, Philippine, Thailand and India, HERE. Continue reading