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Ying Hui Tan Illustration
I have cancelled the publishing of this children’s picture book called “Reading Buddies”, “Livre Copain de Lecture”. I am the illustrator for this book, I have spent a lot of time working on this project for free. Unfortunately things didn’t turn out well, I have decided to cancel the publishing for good. If you ever found this book on the market, please help me report to the sellers and publishers. Thank you~ :)
Eng Chuan Tong Tan Kongsi is a Hokkien clan house at Beach Street in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It was founded in the early 19th century by a Tan family from the Fujian province of Zhangzhou in China. The building is a place of worship devoted to Chen Yuanguang, the founder of Zhangshou, and his two deputies, Generals Fushun and Fusheng. It was also the ancestral temple of Tan clansmen for the purposes of cultural integration. Members of the Tan family worship their ancestor, Tan Guan Kong.
Chong Chieng Jen
Chong Chieng Jen (simplified Chinese: 张健仁; traditional Chinese: 張健仁; pinyin: Zhāng jiànrén; born 12 February 1971), is a Malaysian lawyer and politician from the Democratic Action Party (DAP) currently serving as the Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs of Malaysia. He owns a legal firm named Chong Brothers Advocates. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) of Malaysia for Stampin and three-term assemblyman (MLA) of the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly for Kota Sentosa. He was previously MP for the Bandar Kuching between 2004 and 2018. He is also a Vice-Chairperson of DAP Malaysia, the Chairman of DAP Sarawak, DAP Socialist Advisor of Youth Sarawak & Kuching, DAP Kuching Branch chairman and Life member of DAP since 1998.