Recently, my office organised a town hall meeting for the residents of PJS 9 and PJS 11 of Bandar Sunway. MPSJ councillor for Zone 2 Mr Ken Chia was also present to brief residents on information relating to his service centre in Bandar Sunway.
Although it was a week day night, the turn out was very encouraging. Residents of different races came to listen to updates on issues concerning them. I took the opportunity to again remind the residents on the threat of dengue fever and how they must play a role in destroying aedes mosquitoes.
Member of Parliament for PJ Utara, YB Tony Pua who is part of the State's water restructuring committee was also present to give a briefing on the current water restructuring scheme in Selangor.
I also took the opportunity to congratulate a young man from PJS 9, Lee Sheng Wang by presenting a congratulatory letter to his family. In my letter, I encouraged Sheng Wang to continue to be an example to the rest of the young people. Sheng Wang, at the young age of 15 produced a short film titled “Keluarga Bahagia Tanpa Dadah” which was shortlisted as the Top Ten in the Public Service Category in a National Competition “Anugerah Filem Pendek 2006” organized by Filem Negara Malaysia, RTM and the Ministry of Information. His achievement is commendable as he was the youngest contestant. His recent submission “Pembedahan Implan Koklea” is shortlisted as the Top Ten in the documentary category. This documentary is educational, promoting the restoration of hearing to those who are impaired in hearing. The results depend on 70% jury marks and 30% sms votes from the public. You can log on to http://www.karyawanmuda.com.my/dokumentari.html to vote. I hope many more young people from Subang Jaya will excel and use their talents to bless the nation.
As an effort to improve security in the neighbourhood, I also presented 4 units of walkie talkie and vests to the Rukun Tetangga of PJS 9. This group of hardworking residents diligently patrol their neighbourhood to keep the residents safe.