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YB Sim Lancarkan Internet Percuma untuk Warga Kampung Jawa

(December 3rd, 2011)


Bayan Baru - ADUN Pantai Jerejak YB Sim Tze Tzin telah melancarkan computer dan internet percuma di Kampung Jawa Bayan Baru sabtu pagi tadi. YB Sim telah menderma 4 buah komputer dan memasang internet ke perpustakaan desa yang terletak di bangunan JKKK di Kampung Jawa. Projek ini dipercayai julung-julung kali diusahakan oleh seorang ADUN kawasan. Jumlah yang terlibat adalah lebih kurang RM10,000.


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Road Widening Project at Lebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu

(August 19th, 2011)


Dear Penangites,

Good news to all commuters using Lebuhraya Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu. Your woes and frustrations will soon be over. We have worked out a solution to ease traffic congestion at the bottleneck area near Penang Bridge Exit towards Bayan Baru.


The State Gov with the partnership of IJM, have come out with RM 2 million to widen the bottleneck both ways, southbound and northbound. The plan also includes a U-turn.

Since 2008, we have been trying to apply to Federal Government funds but to no avail. Now, the State Government decided to engage IJM to widen the bottleneck. Credit must be given where it is due, we also thank the LLM for working with us to find this solution.

Please see the proposed widening fact sheets and the video presentation. We are still working on the detail plans to perfect it.

Thank you.

YB Sim Tze Tzin
ADUN Pantai Jerejak


Fact Sheets and slides




Free Medical Clinic at Kg Sg Nibong Kecil Kawasan D

(June 18th, 2011)


YB Sim's Free Medical ClinicGeorgetown: ADUN Pantai Jerejak YB Sim Tze Tzin extends his care to the poor and needy in Kg Sungai Nibong Kecil this afternoon. He brought a team of medical officers and nurses to provide free clinics for the under privileged residents. The medical Doctors were Dr Khoo Teng Lye, and Dr Oun Boon Han. This program was organized by JKKK Mahsuri under the leadership of Latifah bin Husainsa.

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Technical Visit to Bayan Baru Market with MPPP Councillors

(May 13th, 2011)


A technical visit was made to the Bayan Baru Market on Friday morning with the MPPP Councillors to gather feedback from the people. Books were also donated to the MPPP Library which is located at the topmost floor of the market for the reading of the public.


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Press Statement in Response to Mr Wong Mun Hoe's Press Conference

(May 11th, 2011)


Yesterday, Mr Wong Mun Hoe and his Gerakan party leaders held a press conference to condemn the State Government regarding repainting of the PDC and State Government built flats. He was quoted in the Chinese Press as saying “Mahsuri Apartment (M3-M5) is privately managed and not under the management of PDC or State Government. They do not qualify to get repainted. How could they get to be the first to repaint?”

His statement has angered many of the residents of the Mahsuri Apartment. Mr. Wong has politicized the issue and made the innocent residents as scapegoats.

I would like to response to this matter by giving facts nothing but the facts. In March 2004, Mahsuri Apartment 3, 4 and 5 were approached by PDC to set up a Management Corporation. During the formation meeting in August 2004, the pro-tem committee requested to repaint the buildings, as part of the exchange agreement to take over the management. The then PDC DGM En. Rosli Jaafar had agreed to consider. However, since then there had been no reply. In July 2005, the PDC rejected their request. The residents felt cheated to take over the management from PDC. This has been a major discontent among the residents.

Mahsuri Apartment Management Corporation then turned to Mr. Wong Mun Hoe to seek help. Mr. Wong is in the knowledge of the entire episode. Now he has suffered a “Selective Forgetfulness Syndrome” to make it a political issue for his political gains.

The residents later approached me to pursue their problems. After I was elected to be the State Assemblyman, I continued to work towards making their (Mahsuri residents) dreams come true. I had several meetings with PDC as well as CM YAB Lim Guan Eng. In April 2011, finally Chief Minister visited Mahsuri Apartment and delivered the said promises and thus resolved all the unhappiness all these years.

I wish to remind Mr. Wong that, in his tenure as the state Assemblyman. He as a state assemblyman and his Gerakan Chief Minister Tan Sri Khor Tsu Koon, could not even deliver their own promise. It is the Pakatan Rakyat Government that delivered the promise.

Please do not confuse the Rakyat in this matter. We urge Penang Gerakan especially Mr. Wong Mun Hoe to stop politicking because this will just further anger the residents.

YB Sim Tze Tzin,
ADUN Pantai Jerejak



Dialogue with Lengkok Mahsuri Flats Residents

(May 5th, 2011)


A dialogue was held with the flats residents of Lengkok Mahsuri by YB Sim Tze Tzin to listen and resolve the residents' problems.


Dialogue with Lengkok Mahsuri Flats Residents



YB Sim's Speech at the Dewan Undangan Negeri

(May 4th, 2011)


Speech by YB Sim Tze Tzin at the recent State Assembly Sitting on 4 May 2011. YB Sim touched on a few matters like:

  • Workers Council to champion minimum wage and consultation of workers problems

  • Democratization:

    • RM8 million Tabung Amanah Pilihanraya by State Government to ensure Free and Fair Election (German Model)

    • Independence of State Assembly

    • Longer DUN Sitting

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Announcement of Mahsuri Apartments Major Upgrading

(March 22nd, 2011)


CM YAB Lim Guan Eng and YB Sim Tze Tzin visited the Mahsuri Apartments to bring good news with the announcement of a major upgrading works and a meeting session with the residents. This has been a longstanding issue since 2005, and the Pakatan Rakyat Government has vowed to solve it soonest possible.


Mahsuri Apartments


Mahsuri Apartments



Buku Jingga is available in 4 Languages

(6 March 2011)


You can now download the Buku Jingga in 4 languages. Let's change now to save Malaysia.


English, Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and Tamil


Buku Jingga



Launching of Councillor Service Center

(25 February 2011)


In order to serve the constituency of Bayan Baru better, a new service centre to be manned by the Councillors has been established to complement the current 3 service centres of YB Sim Tze Tzin, YB Malik and YB Raveen.





Press Statement on Pulau Jerejak Development

By YB Sim Tze Tzin
(19 January 2011)

As the state assemblyman of Pantai Jerejak, Pulau Jerejak is part of my constituency. I would like to urge The Penang State Government to stop the bleed and stop future UDA-PDC joint development of Pulau Jerejak.

The State Government has already lost RM30million in this UDA-PDC venture. Out of which RM 15.435 million was investment to TIR, RM3.6 mil loan and RM 11mil unpaid land premium. This is a huge lost to the state coffers and Penangites. It does not make sense to further develop the island with current lost-making venture. Please stop the bleed.

I also welcome the Parliament Public Account Committee Chairman Datuk Seri Azmi Khalid’s statement that the Auditor General should compile a special report on the Pulau Jerejak Resort Development. The matter is urgent and it is losing public money. The previous State Government under the leadership of former Chief Minister Tan Sri Koh Tsu Khoon has made several wrong decisions on Pulau Jerejak Development. First, they have given all usable land to UDA. There are 4 phases of developments under UDA-PDC joint venture. The Tropical Island Resort is just the first phase of the development. The Second, third and fourth phase including luxury homes with private marina and medical tourism projects are all “white elephant” in nature. These further developments will not benefit the ordinary Penangites.

I would like to urge the State Government to reject all these further development. The PDC should stop further funding to these “white elephant” projects.

Second major wrong decision was to approve building water storage tanks on the northern part of the island. This has scarred the beauty of this beautiful island. It has also taken a large piece of land that prevent future development of the island. The PBA must try as much as possible to replant trees that have been chopped down to make way for construction.

Pulau Jerejak is an Island full of potential. It has now been gazetted to become a State Park. Development of the island should be along the same direction that is eco-tourism. My suggestion to the state government is to acquire the controlling stake of the development from UDA. UDA has failed in the development and now currently struggling to up keep Tropical Island Resort. UDA is not an expert in running resort and hotels. They should focus on their founding objectives that is Urban Development.

Tan Sri Koh Tsu Khoon must help to return the controlling stake to the people of Penang. UDA is a far-away developer in KL. They do not understand the situation in Penang. Tan Sri Koh must act on the benefit of Penangites, return the controlling stake to PDC now.

YB Sim Tze Tzin
ADUN Pantai Jerejak


PKR 7th National Congress

Speech by YB Sim Tze Tzin



Graduation of English Class in KADUN Pantai Jerejak

(12 December 2010)


YB Sim Tze Tzin - Free English ClassesPantai Jerejak 12, Dec: Pantai Jerejak State Assemblyman today organized a Graduation ceremony for 75 students who took part in “Teach English for Pantai Jerejak” Program. Students from various background especially the lower income groups benefited from this 6-month tuition class. “Teach English for Pantai Jerejak” program is jointly organized by JKKK Sg Nibong Pantai, Sg Nibong Besar and JKKK Mahsuri.

“Education is one of the top agendas in KADUN Pantai Jerejak. And I have allocated the biggest portion of my allocation into education.” YB Sim said.


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Gotong-Royong and the Planting of Bougainvillea Trees

(11 December 2010)


YB Sim Tze Tzin planting bougainvillea plantsA joint gotong-royong and tree planting activity was held together with PSDC, MPPP, JAS, JPS, Pejabat Daerah Barat Daya as part of the ‘Cleaner, Greener Penang’ campaign. Although it was raining, the weather failed to dampen the spirits of the attendees who proceeded to plant the trees without a hitch.


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2011 Budget Speech by YB Sim Tze Tzin

(8 November 2010)


YB Sim Tze Tzin's 2011 Budget speech delivered at Dewan Undangan Negeri Pulau Pinang on the 8 November 2010 that have highlighted and proposed some of the following:

  • Establishing a Penang "Democracy Education Fund".

  • Resolving the housing woes of Penangites.

  • Public transportation in Penang.

  • Extension of State Assembly from the current 12 days to about 30 days a year.

  • Instead of using the RM5 Billion to build the 100 storey Warisan Merdeka, this fund should be used to develop low cost housing for the poor.

Please click here for the full speech delivered by YB Sim Tze Tzin.


Bayan Baru Deepavali Contribution Programme

(1 November 2010)


Excerpt from the online article by Citizen Journalist Carolyn Khor (komunitikini):

Bayan Baru’s Deepavali Cheer


Fifteen families from Sim Flat, Bayan Baru received 5kg rice each and a small token sum in a Deepavali programme yesterday.

Pantai Jerejak assemblyperson Sim Tze Tzin handed out the goodies during the programme, which was organized by the Jawatankuasa Kecil Kampung (JKKK), Jalan Tengah.

“I have set aside RM5000 for this Deepavali programme. We started this programme last year and it will continue to be a yearly event,” said Sim.

The selection process for the recipients is based on recommendations made by the JKKK.

"These are poor people and we just want to help lighten their burden during this festive season," said Subramanian A/L Semhasalan, 49, a committee member of the Bayan Baru Keadilan branch, and co-organizer of the event.


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First Community policing scheme launched in BAYAN BARU

(14 October 2010)


Georgetown Oct, 14: State Assemblyman YB Sim Tze Tzin had just launched the Pantai Jerejak Community Policing Team in Bayan Baru Market last night. It was the first of its kind in Bayan Baru area.


This community policing team was agreed by Southwest District OCPD Tuan Hatta and approved by Deputy OCPD Tuan Lai. The Penang Community Policing Association Chairman Mr. Koay Eng Loh also helped in its formation....Continue here...



Tree Planting Family Day

(29 August 2010)


One Family One Tree, educate our children the importance of Environment. Create a livable environment for our neighborhood.

The Residence Association together with YB Sim Tze Tzin jointly organize Tree Planting Family Day with Chief Minister of Penang YAB Lim Guan Eng.

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PAC Site Visit to Alleged Sand Mining Activities in Balik Pulau

(27 July 2010)


Penang Public Account Committee swing into action today to begin investigation into Illegal Sand Mining Activities in Balik Pulau. The team was led by YB Jagdeep Singh and YB Sim Tze Tzin including officers from District Office, Federal officers, and large group of reporters.

PAC is very serious in finding the truth behind all illegal sand mining activities and would recommend stronger check on these activities to the State Government.


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Free Medical Checkup for Diabetes with Penang Diabetic Society

(11 April 2010)


A free medical checkup for Diabetes was performed with the Penang Diabetic Society at the Bayan Baru Market’s Library on the 11th of April 2010. This was done in order to create awareness about diabetes and to promote the well-being of individuals.


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Warga Emas Appreciation

(2 April 2010)


Warga Emas AppreciationA cheque presentation to the Warga Emas (for DUN Pantai Jerejak) by YB Sim Tze Tzin was held on the 2nd of April 2010 at the Bayan Baru Market’s Food Court. This Warga Emas programme was initiated by the Penang State Government to appreicate the contributions from the senior citizens of Penang.


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Affordable Homes, Livable Environment

(21 July 2010)


There is a report on The Star today, titled "Penang May Ban Low Cost Homes". The report was written by my friend Ian Mcintyre that quoted me on this issue. I have no complaint on the content of the report, but the title of the news report seemed to oversimplify a complex issue.

Allow me to clarify here. Low cost housing is still needed in Penang (including Penang Island), as well as other parts of the country. There are many low income families that still need it.

The idea that I want to expound here is "Affordable Home with Livable Environment".

It is a trend nowadays that Developers are building homes way beyond the means of the general population. Young working adults find it difficult to even afford a home. The link houses in industrialized parts of Penang Island is selling at RM600,000 and above, Condos are selling at RM350,000 above. It is, without the slightest doubt, way beyond the means of around 70% of Penangites. However, these homes are still selling like hot cakes and therefore, driving the prices higher and higher.

Developers also continue to build Super-link house (3 storeys), Semi-D and Big bungalows. Prices are astronomical. The building size might be 3000 sq ft and above. I have no problem with developers building luxury homes, but generally for a single family (5 members average), we do not need such big floor space and Penang Island cannot afford to have these houses because of the scarcity of land. It is a wastage and environmentally unfriendly too. Imagine how many air-cond you need to install!

On the other end, developers are building cheap 600-700 sq ft low cost flats that are selling at RM 42k. It is very popular among young families, because many people can't afford link house and this is affordable for most Penangites. When young people slowly move up their salary scale, they buy another house and they rent it out to others. Lack of maintenance and other issues quickly turn low cost flats into "unlivable" situations. That is the problem with low cost flats.

My suggestion is that we need to build something in between. We need more homes between the range of RM100,000- RM 300,000. It should be affordable and with a livable environment, having good amenities, perhaps a swimming pool, ample parking space, a garden etc. Land space is optimized and no wastage of our limited resources and environment. Low income groups can get help from Federal Government or State Gov for assistance in terms of financing it. Young people will have a choice of affordable homes with good living environment.

I do not think we can Ban low-cost homes, it is simply too far-fetched! Low cost homes should be sold strictly to families of the low-income group only.

We should make "Affordable homes" with livable environment the choice for majority of Malaysians.



Press Statement from YB Sim Tze Tzin regarding Illegal Food Court

(Feb 8th, 2010)


I am responding to the protest by residents of Pangsapuri Nibong Indah over the food court next to their flat. The news of protest appeared on The Star today

I have checked with MPPP regarding this issue. The claims made by the resident were not true. MPPP has been quick to take necessary action against the food court. In fact MPPP has issued 2 notices on Januari 19, 2010. The notices issued were Notice 72 (1) and 72 (6) under Street, Drainage and Building Act 1974. Under 72 (6) notice, the occupants are requested to vacate within 30 days and local authority may after the lapse of the period enter the building and remove any person or movable property found therein.

Penang state is facing criticism from multiple fronts. Mainstream media and UMNO/BN friendly NGOs were criticizing the MPPP for demolishing illegal hawkers. They were playing up the sentiments among the population. Ironically, Residents on the other hand is criticizing the MPPP for not taking action against illegal hawkers. I urge the residents for not falling into the trap of UMNO for instigating the unhappiness among the residents.

For this incident, it is a localized incident. I urge the residents to remain calm and let the law take its due course. MPPP is doing their best professionally without fear or favor according to the law. MPPP will also help the hawkers to find alternative site for them to continue their business. YDP has agreed to help the hawkers in order not to affect their livelihood.

I will let MPPP do their job professionally and humanely.

Thank you.


Kenyataan Akhbar YB Sim Tze Tzin

(Feb 8hb, 2010)


Saya ingin menjawab protes yang telah diadakan oleh penghuni-penghuni rumah pangsa Nibong Indah mengenai isu kedai makan yang berhampiran. Laporan akhbar tunjuk perasaan ini telah muncul dalam The Star hari ini:

Saya telah membuat siasatan ke atas isu ini dengan pihak MPPP. Apa yang telah dipertikaikan oleh penghuni-penghuni adalah tidak benar. Pihak MPPP telahpun mengambil tindakan secepat mungkin terhadap kedai makan yang terbabit. Hakikatnya, MPPP telah mengeluarkan dua notis (saman) pada 19 Januari 2010. Notis-notis tersebut adalah Notis 72(1) dan 72(6) dibawah Akta Jalan Raya, Parit dan Bangunan 1974. Dibawah Seksyen 72(6) Akta tersebut, pengguna tanah dikehendaki meninggalkan tanah tersebut dalam tempoh masa 30 hari. Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan mempunyai hak untuk memasuki kawasan itu untuk memunggah dan memindahkan barang-barangan atau sesiapa sahaja yang masih berada dalam kawasan tersebut selepas tempoh masa yang diberikan.

Negeri Pulau Pinang kini menghadapi kritikan dari pelbagai pihak. Media masa dan Badan Bukan Kerajaan yang memihak segelintir pimpinan UMNO/BN telah melancarkan serangan terhadap MPPP kerana meruntuhkan gerai-gerai tidak berlesen. Mereka ini gemar mengapi-apikan perasaan orang ramai. Akan tetapi, para penghuni pula mengkritik MPPP tidak mengambil tindakan terhadap gerai-gerai makan tidak berlesen. Oleh itu, saya menyeru para penghuni Nibong Indah supaya tidak jatuh dalam perangkap segelintir pimpinan UMNO yang ingin mengapi-apikan sentimen di kalangan penghuni.

Masalah ini adalah masalah setempat. Oleh itu, saya menyeru para penghuni supaya bertenang dan biarlah Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan mengambil tindakan undang-undang yang sewajarnya. Saya percaya pihak MPPP akan melaksanakan tanggungjawab mereka secara professional, adil dan mengikut lunas undang-undang. Yang DiPertua MPPP juga prihatin dan bersetuju membantu supaya mata pencarian mereka tidak tergugat. Pihak MPPP akan berusaha mencari tempat lain yang sesuai bagi gerai-gerai makan yang terlibat.

Saya menyerahkan kepada MPPP untuk melaksanakan tugasnya secara professional dan saksama.

Terima kasih.


Big Plans for Bayan Baru Mini Library

(Jan 17th, 2010)


The mini library at the Bayan Baru market will soon boast a host of activities for Bayan Baru residents, among them a book reading club and computer classes for senior citizens.


Pantai Jerejak assemblyman Sim Tze Tzin said there were also plans to induct more volunteers to man the library in the morning to enable more activities to be carried out.....Continue here....




YB Sim's Speech at the Dewan Undangan Negeri

(May 13th, 2009)


Speech by YB Sim Tze Tzin at the recent State Assembly Sitting in April 2009. YB Sim touched on a few matters like economy, land matters, Creative Destruction Concept, Global City, Education, Crime as well as a proposal of "The Great Penang Trail" where a 20 feet-wide path could be designated to link along the coast from Batu Maung all the way until Teluk Bahang.


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The Great Penang Trail



YB Sim Tze Tzin  Launches Ambitious Mini Libraries Project to Rejuvenate Reading Interests

(April 19th, 2009)

Georgetown: Pantai Jerejak State Assemblyman Sim Tze Tzin today launches an ambitious RM50,000 project to build seven or more mini libraries across his constituent. He plans to bring mini libraries directly to where community lives with good books and internet facilities. He plans to build an intellectual and cultured community where reading is the hobby of most people.


Members of the public interested in donating books and computers to the mini libraries can contact project coordinator Loh Ker Chean at 012-362 0530 or


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Roadmap of Mini Libraries Project by YB Sim Tze Tzin



Happy Tamil New Year
(April 14th, 2009)

I would like to wish Happy New Year to Tamil, Malayalees and the Sikhs community and friends.

Last Sunday, I was invited to attend a Tamil New Year Celebration at Kawasan D, Kg Sg Nibong Kecil. I was shocked and saddened by what I have seen. After 51 years under BN, the community of Kg Sg Nibong Kecil is still living in poverty. The entire kampung had 1000 homes, 5000 residents, and they were all “urban pioneers” (I hate to use this word: squatters). Kawasan D is mainly Indians, but Kg Sg Nibong Kecil is majority 80% Malays and some small community of Chinese. In short, Malays, Chinese and Indians are just left behind in this kampung.

The kawasan D community was living in a slump area, houses were small and close to each other. There were many old and sick people. A man who was undergoing dialysis everyweek almost cried in front of me because he just couldn’t afford the bills. A single mother without job asked me to help her feed the family. A lady who recently met accident, ask me to help pay for their hospital bill. There were just too many poor people. They all came up to me to ask for assistant. I did not know how to help them, frankly. I promised to bring the Welfare Department to help them. Hopefully, they will get something.

I too saw hope in the kampung. The hope was with the kids. They were energetic, cheerful and lovely. I urged the parents to focus on the kids and make sure they send the kids to school. I believe education is the only way to ride the community out of poverty.

I also immediately pledge to set up a mini-library at their community center called Dewan Hindu Sangam. I will allocate RM3,000 to buy books to set up this library. Also, I will install an air-cond at their community center so that the kids will have a good environment to read and study.

I hope by caltivating the habits of reading, they will excel in their school and eventually lift their families out of poverty. Happy Tamil New Year.

Sim Tze Tzin


Bantuan Bencana Visit with Penang Chief Minister

(2 March 2010)


Bantuan Bencana visit with Penang CMCM YAB Lim Guan Eng, DCM1 YB Dr. Mansor, YB Phee and YB Sim Tze Tzin were present for the giving out of aid to the affected families of the fire in Sungai Nibong Tengah, Bayan Baru.


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Petition to the National Land Council




Y.B. Dato’ Seri Haji Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak
Timbalan Perdana Menteri
Pejabat Timbalan Perdana Menteri,
Bangunan Putra Perdana,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan,
62502 Putrajaya.
NO. TEL : 03-88881960


Merujuk kepada pekara di atas kami memohon petisi ini dipertimbangkan oleh Majilis Tanah Negara.

Tujuan polisi ini adalah dengan harapan dimana melalui pemberian status hakmilik kekal kepada rakyat, harga rumah mereka akan naik. Maka secara tidak langsung rakyat akan menjadi lebih kaya, dan masa depan mereka ini lebih terpelihara.

Ini berasaskan falsafah merakyatkan ekonomi dan fokus kerajaan negeri adalah kepada rakyat yang berpendapatan rendah. Kami berharap untuk melahirkan golongan kelas menengah, dimana pertambahan mendadak kelas menengah akan menjana pertumbuhan ekonomi yang lebih pesat.

Kekayaan Negara haruslah diagihkan kepada kelas berpendapatan rendah supaya mereka berpeluang menjadi kelas menengah, yang akan memacukan ekonomi kerana mereka adalah tunjang negara.

Kita sebagai kerajaan berkongsi matlamat yang sama, iaitu membela bangsa dan negara. Maka dengan persefahaman itu kami berharap pihak tuan akan mempertimbangkan permohonan kami, marilah sama sama kita berganding bahu untuk tanah air kita yang tercinta.

Sekian terima kasih.


Yang menjalankan tugas,

YB Sim Tze Tzin

(ADUN Pantai Jerejak)


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CM Dialogue with the Rakyat on Land Conversion

(1 Jan 2009)


YAB Lim Guan Eng and YB Sim Tze Tzin


Chief Minister of Penang, YAB Lim Guan Eng held a dialogue session with residents in Bayan Baru, Penang on 1 January 2009 on the conversion of leasehold low-and-medium-cost flats to freehold status. Continue here.....


YB Sim Tze Tzin's Speech


Appreciation Letter from Residence of Jalan Aziz Ibrahim

(Sent via email on 27 Nov 2008)

Dear YB Sim,

On behalf of the residents or Jalan Aziz Ibrahim we would like place on record our appreciation for preventing the illegals Wed pasar malam stores obstructing our entrances to our houses. Though there are still some way to go to clear the entire problem, we will be patiently awaiting for your next course of action.

Whatever it is . It has solved at least 60% of our problems for the time being. Your yesterday action has definitely bring cheers and smiles among all of us. We never have such a peaceful Wed night for God knows when until last night. I overheard one of the old folks commenting that she was pleased that thing could happen before she went home ( she died).

Following the above you would no doubt agree that your last night proactive action has been greatly appreciated and brought joys to many. Please continue with your good jobs and bring joys wherever you go . We will solidly behind you always. I hope you will inspire your fellow colleagues to do the same.

I hope you will visit us and join us to enjoy the peaceful Wed night once all the stores are cleared from our street. Once again we would like to thank you and may God bless you and your family always.

PGTan & all the residents of Jalan Aziz Ibrahim.

Capacity Building for Future Leaders in Southeast Asia

(30 Nov 2008)

Institut Kajian Dasar (IKD) is organizing this project with the Sasakawa Peace Foundation. This project aims to empower a young new breed of visionary and creative leaders for the Asian region, with special emphasis on ASEAN. They aim to gather young leaders from all areas of leadership in the 'school for leaders', as they trust that Asia's ascendancy could only be ensured with the creation of a young generation of leaders with the right set of ideas. Participants consist of those who they believe would be the movers and shakers of the future, with an impresive track record of leadership in their respective areas.

YB Sim is fortunate enough to be the selected participant from young leaders in the Southeast Asian Region. The program will be held from 30th November to 5th December in Bogor and Jakarta, Indonesia. The participants will explore foreign policy and business environment in ASEAN. They will also try to remodel Asian Development. The highlights of this program is courtesy call to Indonesian President, visiting the Habibie Center and a dialogue with ASEAN Secretariate advisor.

Blood Donation Campaign with YB Sim Tze Tzin

(9 Nov 2008)

A blood donation campaign was held at the Pantai Jerejak Service Center of YB Sim Tze Tzin on the 9 November 2008 in support of the Penang General Hospital Blood Bank. Continue here.....

YB Sim Tze Tzin donating blood

YB Sim Tze Tzin's Speech Earns Praise from the Dewan Speaker. Click here for the full text of speech.

YB Sim Tze Tzin's speech earns praise from Dewan Speaker

Teks Ucapan ADUN Pantai Jerejak Y.B. Sim Tze Tzin dalam Perbahasan Ucapan Tuan Yang Dipertua Negeri Pulau Pinang pada 24hb Julai 2008 boleh didapati di sini atau boleh di muat-turun (dewan-speech-080724.pdf)

Interview with YB Sim Tze Tzin on the first 100 days of being ADUN Pantai Jerejak.