According to The Star, Chinese Malaysians are not breeding enough to replenish their numbers, which have been falling drastically since Merdeka. If you think that Chinese in Malaysia are being marginalised now, you ain't seen nothing yet. It's 25% now, and there'll be hell to pay when it gets lower.
As my hero KJ says, it's not wrong to fight for your race. Therefore, it's not wrong to f*ck for it either. So, Chinese Malaysians better start doing it more, a lot more. In the spirit of community service, sean-the-man offers devirginisation and fertilisation treatments free of charge. If you're a fertile female ready to do your duty for your race, send a photo of yourself to sean-the-man and he'll get in touch with you.
Chinese urged to have more babiesThere is also mention of the high migration rate. State Minister Wong also says that there are good universities in Malaysia and Chinese Malaysians don't have to send their kids overseas for tertiary studies.
By JACK WONG
SIBU: The Chinese should make more babies to arrest the community's dwindling birth rate.
State Urban Development and Tourism Minister Wong Soon Koh said the lower birth rate had resulted in the country's Chinese population plunging from 37% in 1957 to 25% in 2005.
"This will slip further to 24% by 2010 and to 19% by 2030 or a drop of 1% in every five years," he said at the United Chinese Association's 30th anniversary dinner here.
Well, why don't MCA put some weight behind those words? For the next election, why don't MCA promise that university quotas will be [really] abolished (ie. dissolve all matriculation courses and make the application and placement process truly transparent), and therefore, all university entries will be based on merit? Not only for a tertiary place in general, but also in terms of which specific campus and which specific course?
He also voiced concern on the high migration rate of the Chinese to other countries.
To arrest the trend, he urged the community to boost the birth rate and to enrol their children for tertiary education in the country instead of sending them abroad.
"There are good colleges and universities in the country to cater for the local population. There is no need to send our children abroad for further education," said Wong.
Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia president Tan Sri Lim Yuk Tong said a committee has been set up to study the decline in the country's Chinese population.
He said the committee was headed by the Federation of Sarawak Chinese Associations, which had raised the matter at the federation's recent delegates’ conference.