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Hua Zong backs Chinese Organisation Congress, will attend
Published: 11:16 am | Modified: 1:28 pm

The plan by two Chinese educationist groups to hold a Chinese Organisation Congress to protest against Jawi script (khat) lessons at vernacular primary schools has received support from the Federation of Chinese Associations (Hua Zong).

In a statement today, Hua Zong president Goh Tian Chuan opined that Chinese guilds nationwide needed to unite in opposing the government’s move in a democratic way.

“The position of the Chinese community on Chinese language education, especially on this subject, needs to be consistent,” he said.

Goh confirmed Hua Zong’s attendance at the Dec 28 congress.


With the start of the 2020 school year around the corner, he urged the Education Ministry to engage in “frank and open” dialogue with Chinese and Indian education groups.
Goh further claimed that the ministry had been operating in a “covert” manner and giving the education associations the cold shoulder.

The congress was announced yesterday by the United Chinese School Committees Association (Dong Zong) and the United Chinese School Teachers’ Association (Jiao Zong), which are known collectively as Dong Jiao Zong.



To be held at Dong Jiao Zong’s headquarters in Kajang, they aim to pressure the government to consider their opposition to the latest guidelines on Jawi script lessons.
Read more: How much 'khat' is in the BM syllabus and other questions answered

Released last week, the guidelines allow parents to decide if such lessons can be introduced in schools. The lessons will proceed if more than half of all parents agree with it.

Dong Jiao Zong disagrees with this on grounds that it will ruin the relationship among parents from different ethnicities who send their children to vernacular schools, especially the Chinese language ones.

It insisted that school boards ought to have a say in the decision to implement Jawi script lessons, which are slated to begin next year for Standard Four pupils.

Dong Jiao Zong previously called for such lessons to be postponed, arguing that learning the Jawi script would burden the pupils and also not improve their comprehension of Bahasa Malaysia.

There is also concern that the move is a step towards the Islamisation of vernacular schools.

 
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sorry guys, ni dalam English version la pulak. setakat ni belum ada dlm versi Bahasa Melayu
kalau ada dlm versi Bahasa Melayu nanti, insya Allah saya share sini :)
 

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sebenarnye, mereka dah sedar, ramai kaum bukan melayu masuk islam sekarang.... kalu kita lihat, seperti MACMA sedang bergiat aktif, pendakwah seperti
Firdaus Wong Fei Hung, Zamri Vinoth. tu Dong Zong tak bagi belajat khat, lebih kpd islamphobia katanyea.... takut bayang2 sendiri 😊
 

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kronologi sebelum ni

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Jawi: Apa perlu buat jika 50:50?
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12 December 2019

MGF15082019_HUMAN-INTEREST-TULISAN-JAWI-DAN-KHAT06

Mata pelajaran tulisan Jawi di sekolah jenis kebangsaan masih menimbulkan kontroversi.

KUALA LUMPUR – Susulan garis panduan Kementerian Pendidikan yang menetapkan pengenalan kepada tulisan Jawi diadakan di sekolah vernakular jika soal selidik mendapati 51 peratus atau lebih ibu bapa di satu-satu sekolah bersetuju dengannya, Gabungan Pertubuhan Cina Malaysia (Hua Zong) pada Rabu meminta penjelasan lebih lanjut.

Sinchew Daily melaporkan, pertubuhan itu antaranya bertanya apa yang akan berlaku jika hasil selidik mendapati 50 peratus bersetuju dan 50 peratus tidak bersetuju.

“Adakah hasilnya ditentukan melalui cabut undi, buang syiling atau sebagainya?”

Pengerusi Hua Zong, Tan Sri Goh Tian Chuan juga meminta Kementerian Pendidikan segera bertemu dengan pertubuhan pendidikan Tamil dan Cina bagi menjelaskan pelbagai isu yang kabur.

Katanya lagi, peranan lembaga pengelola di sekolah rendah jenis kebangsaan Cina (SRJKC) tidak harus dipinggirkan dalam mana-mana isu membabitkan sekolah berkenaan.

Tambahnya, garis panduan yang dikeluarkan juga memberi kesan kepada sekolah vernakular yang mempunyai ibu bapa keturunan Melayu.

“Jika tidak dikendalikan dengan baik, ia tidak baik kepada perpaduan, malahan mengoyakkan keharmonian yang wujud antara ibu bapa dan murid pelbagai kaum,” katanya.

10 persoalan yang ditimbulkan Hua Zong adalah:

1. Kementerian Pendidikan tidak memberi jawapan tepat berhubung permintaan supaya lembaga pengelola menjadi salah satu unit yang dirundingkan dalam soal pengajaran tulisan Jawi.

2. Adakah Persatuan Ibu Bapa dan Guru (PIBG) memegang peranan mengumpulkan pandangan ibu bapa?

3.Kabinet bersetuju supaya lembaga pengelola dibabitkan dalam pembuatan keputusan jika tidak wujud PIBG dalam sekolah. Adakah ini bermakna lembaga pengelola hanya berperanan mengumpulkan pandangan ibu bapa?

4. Bolehkah PIBG dan lembaga pengelola (jika sekolah tiada PIBG) menyatakan pendirian?

5. Adakah kumpulan minoriti (49 peratus) dalam sekolah yang mempunyai lebih ramai murid Cina dan India perlu akur supaya Jawi tidak diajarkan jika majoriti (51 peratus) tidak menerima pengajarannya?

6. Atau kelas khusus akan diadakan untuk 49 peratus yang bersetuju Jawi diajarkan?

7. Dalam sekolah vernakular dengan majoriti murid Melayu pula, adalah minoriti dalam sekolah juga perlu akur kepada majoriti?

8. Adakah minoriti yang tidak bersetuju Jawi diajarkan akan diberi pilihan untuk dikecualikan daripada pelajaran Jawi?

9. Apakah penyelesaiannya jika berlaku keadaan 50:50. Adalah ia ditentukan dengan cabut undi, buang syiling dan cara lain?

10. Adakah Kementerian Pendidikan bersedia bertemu dengan pertubuhan pendidikan Cina dan Tamil untuk dialog yang ikhlas demi melakukan penambahbaikan? – MalaysiaGazette



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Compulsory Jawi
Just a short commentary on this issue.

Now, the argument that Gerakan (and MCA) has against Jawi is that it should be optional. MCA is a little less confrontational about it while Gerakan is making it their tent pole political issue. (1)

DAP is actually against it because their grassroots have sounded them off on this issue. They are just keeping quiet because they have enough issues with the Malay community as is.

Gerakan (and MCA) want these votes, I guess?

The unsaid reason behind the objection is the fear that Jawi would be used to teach Chinese kids about Islam secretly and thus cause religious conversion issues. No one is really stating this fear because it is a controversial opinion anyway.

For me, if the government of the day wants to implement compulsory Jawi lessons, I don't think it is an issue.

In my reading of Malayan history, there were plenty of Jawi texts that I cannot read. So, I do think that the Jawi script is important for our youths to learn if there is to be an interest in our nation's history.

For me, my personal preference would be to put Jawi under Sejarah to tie in the lessons of our nation's history.

See, even Yap Ah Loy had his seal written in Jawi. Note: Information courtesy of reader Zhang Faris - see attached photo.
But even that suggestion would be opposed because of the fear.

And yes, I am aware of the argument that it is hypocritical for the Chinese tauke to use Jawi on products that are sold to make it extra 'halal' but it is not OK for their kids to learn the script.

Here is the thing about this debacle... Bahasa Malaysia pun wajib diajar sekarang tapi ramai juga dari SJK(C) yang tak reti baca dan cakap BM.

Jadi apa masalahnya walaupun Jawi dijadikan compulsory subject? It is not like people can force you to learn a subject that you absolutely have no interest in if you die die don't want to learn, right?

So if the Jawi is taught under BM, it would just mean that if you don't learn it, you don't get an A for your test results la. It is not like all SJK(C) students automatically get an A for the test for BM anyway because so many of them can't communicate in BM.
Haih.

All this fighting over Jawi for what also I don't understand.

1. Gerakan to government: Make Jawi optional, not compulsory - https://www.nst.com.my/…/call-govt-scrap-plan-make-jawi-com…





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Compulsory Jawi (Part 2)

Wasn't going to comment more, but I think the arguments against teaching Jawi is getting weird.

So, here is a comment by Michael Ti on why he is against Jawi in SJK(C).

"Know more doesn't mean more helpful. Focus on applicable languages to prepare next generation to survive in the international arena. Ie Chinese, English etc. They may not remain in Malaysia eventually." - Michael Ti.

Firstly, this argument proves what I say about the Chinese mentality here, and that is:

The Chinese are professional refugees. They run from China to Malaya for a better future. Then their children grow up here, do business and make money to send their children overseas and tell their children not to come back, and if possible, they will join them overseas.

This is not a nation building mentality, is it? It is one of self preservation.

So, let's just be honest that the real reason the Chinese who are opposing Jawi from being taught in SJK(C) is really about the preservation of the system to eventually send the Chinese kids overseas to never come back.

And these are the same people who complain about the Chinese not having a fair say in local politics.

Of course you don't have a fair say when you keep sending your future voters away la. That is why last election you all die die have to call all them overseas Chinese to come back and vote right?

You want all the privileges but don't want to stay here to fight for them. Always looking for that back door to run away.
But here is the real kicker.

This whole objection against Jawi, it is an elitist objection because the Chinese who go to government school have no choice in the matter.

This is not a fight about better education because if that were the case, all you naysayers would apply the SAME ARGUMENT TO GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS.

But you don't. And the Chinese who do go to government school are not your concern.

Should I view the issue in this absolutely disgusting manner? No?

Make a better argument that incorporates all kids in all school systems then.

Haih.



 

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sekarang kita dizaman ketuanan cindia..agama Islam pun dihina dalam dewan rakyat... blh tgj video dlm utube banyak.
 

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Buat ja la xdk sapa larang....klau langgar undang2 jgn tanya kenapa kena tangkap....
 
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