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Signature Drive for SJK(C) Tun Tan Siew Sin

09-Aug-2010, 12:34 PM
Post: #1
Signature Drive for SJK(C) Tun Tan Siew Sin
Dear All,

The shortage of Chinese primary school in Subang Jaya, Puchong, USJ
and Putra Heights has resulted overcrowded class size and seriously
affected teaching activities. Currently, more than 700 standard 1
students can not find places in chinese school near to their homes in
Puchong area in 2011. By 2012, Chee Wen chinese school (USJ1) will be
"full". Wawasan chinese school (USJ 19) has over 100 surplus standard
1 students in 2011.

In 28th September 2006, Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun
Hussein announced that a new Chinese schools, SJK © Tun Tan Siew
Sin will be built under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) in Putra
Heights, Selangor. However, SJK © Tun Tan Siew Sin has not been
constructed to date. If Tun Tan Siew Siew school is build by 2012, It
will help to improve the situation of shortage of Chinese School in
Putra Heights, Subang Jaya, Puchong and USJ.

We are initiating a signature drive to urge the Government to expedite
the construction of SJK © Tun Tan Siew Sin in Putra Heights.

Your support to help us to collect signature is much appreciated for
the sake of our children's education. Please visit the blog here to
download the signature drive form for signature collection:
http://phchineseschool.blogspot.com/

Chong Thim Siew
Chairman (012-6933094)email: chongts@hotmail.com
Putra Heights Chinese School Action Group
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09-Aug-2010, 12:34 PM
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Signature Drive for SJK(C) Tun Tan Siew Sin
Dear All,

The shortage of Chinese primary school in Subang Jaya, Puchong, USJ
and Putra Heights has resulted overcrowded class size and seriously
affected teaching activities. Currently, more than 700 standard 1
students can not find places in chinese school near to their homes in
Puchong area in 2011. By 2012, Chee Wen chinese school (USJ1) will be
"full". Wawasan chinese school (USJ 19) has over 100 surplus standard
1 students in 2011.

In 28th September 2006, Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun
Hussein announced that a new Chinese schools, SJK © Tun Tan Siew
Sin will be built under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) in Putra
Heights, Selangor. However, SJK © Tun Tan Siew Sin has not been
constructed to date. If Tun Tan Siew Siew school is build by 2012, It
will help to improve the situation of shortage of Chinese School in
Putra Heights, Subang Jaya, Puchong and USJ.

We are initiating a signature drive to urge the Government to expedite
the construction of SJK © Tun Tan Siew Sin in Putra Heights.

Your support to help us to collect signature is much appreciated for
the sake of our children's education. Please visit the blog here to
download the signature drive form for signature collection:
http://phchineseschool.blogspot.com/

Chong Thim Siew
Chairman (012-6933094)email: chongts@hotmail.com
Putra Heights Chinese School Action Group
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09-Aug-2010, 01:40 PM
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i will support this..
as i too scare my kids will not have to chance to learn in their mother tongue language...

but that will be in at least 7-8 yrs time la.. ehehhhee
can i sign this petition online?

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09-Aug-2010, 01:40 PM
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i will support this..
as i too scare my kids will not have to chance to learn in their mother tongue language...

but that will be in at least 7-8 yrs time la.. ehehhhee
can i sign this petition online?

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09-Aug-2010, 01:52 PM
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jusco Wrote:i will support this..
as i too scare my kids will not have to chance to learn in their mother tongue language...

but that will be in at least 7-8 yrs time la.. ehehhhee
can i sign this petition online?

Go to http://phchineseschool.blogspot.com to download the form.

We appreciate you help if you can get all your friends to sign and fill up the form as well. Email us at the email in the form so that we can make arrangement to pick up the form from you.

We need as many people as possible to collect signatures for us.

The Puchong, USJ and Subang students are spilling over to PJ Chinese School now as all Chinese Schools in Puchong, USJ and Subang are FULL!

Can you imagine we have to send our children over to PJ from where we live everyday?
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09-Aug-2010, 01:52 PM
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jusco Wrote:i will support this..
as i too scare my kids will not have to chance to learn in their mother tongue language...

but that will be in at least 7-8 yrs time la.. ehehhhee
can i sign this petition online?

Go to http://phchineseschool.blogspot.com to download the form.

We appreciate you help if you can get all your friends to sign and fill up the form as well. Email us at the email in the form so that we can make arrangement to pick up the form from you.

We need as many people as possible to collect signatures for us.

The Puchong, USJ and Subang students are spilling over to PJ Chinese School now as all Chinese Schools in Puchong, USJ and Subang are FULL!

Can you imagine we have to send our children over to PJ from where we live everyday?
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09-Aug-2010, 02:36 PM
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Why not do it the Petition Online way to collect your signatures? It makes it so much easier for people to support your cause and is totally undemanding on manpower.

Now we have to download the form, sign it and wait for you people to come collect the form? Do we have to call you to make arrangements for the form collection? I must say the way you people have gone about this signature campaign has made it rather tedious and troublesome for the people who wants to support your cause..

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09-Aug-2010, 03:02 PM
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mrmoto Wrote:Why not do it the Petition Online way to collect your signatures? It makes it so much easier for people to support your cause and is totally undemanding on manpower.

Now we have to download the form, sign it and wait for you people to come collect the form? Do we have to call you to make arrangements for the form collection? I must say the way you people have gone about this signature campaign has made it rather tedious and troublesome for the people who wants to support your cause..

Very sorry about this - but we have not yet learn about how to do the only petition thing....

What we are aiming at is to have a lot of signature collection agents who can help us to collect as many signatures possible and we will collect it at one go.

We did it the similar way last year and so how we did not encounter any problem so we thought we are going adopt the same modal this time.

Sorry we are just a group a parents who are trying to get the basic school for our children, we are still trying to learn how to do this in cyberworld.
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09-Aug-2010, 03:29 PM
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ok no problem. I voiced this out because my printer just died. So although I support your cause there's nothing I can do until I go get a new printer. ugh!

Something you have to bear in mind is that by doing it this way you are limiting yourself to Klang Valley residents. By using Petition Online or other virtual signature collection means you are aiming for nationwide support of your cause.

Good luck.

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09-Aug-2010, 05:34 PM
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mrmoto Wrote:ok no problem. I voiced this out because my printer just died. So although I support your cause there's nothing I can do until I go get a new printer. ugh!

Something you have to bear in mind is that by doing it this way you are limiting yourself to Klang Valley residents. By using Petition Online or other virtual signature collection means you are aiming for nationwide support of your cause.

Good luck.

We take note of your suggestion.

I have asked my team to look into online petition at the moment. Before this we was a bit skeptical about this e-petition stuff as we worry that it may not be as valid as the actual signature.
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