New National Organising Secretary and Acting National Secretary for DAPSY

November 6, 2009

Media Statement by DAP Socialist Youth (DAPSY) National Chairman and MP for Rasah Loke Siew Fook on Thursday, 5 November 2009, in Petaling Jaya:

The DAP Socialist Youth (DAPSY) National Executive Council at its meeting last night had elected committee member Teo Kok Seong as the new National Organising Secretary, replacing Chang Teck Chee who had earlier resigned. Teo is also the State Assemblyman for Bahau in Negeri Sembilan.

Meanwhile, Assistant National Secretary Tey Kok Kiew was made acting National Secretary until April 2010 as current National Secretary Loh Chee Heng would be taking a six months’ leave starting from this November. Tey is also the State Assemblyman for Bandar Hilir in Melaka.

The DAPSY National Executive Council has also decided to hold a Special Congress in Ipoh on 16th January 2010 to amend the DAPSY Statute to fine tune its provisions in order to bring DAPSY to greater heights.

Besides, the DAPSY National Executive Council also pledged its full support to the Pemuda Pakatan Rakyat National Convention on 18th December 2009 in Shah Alam. We will send a full delegation to the convention and work harder to achieve a more cohesive Pakatan Rakyat coalition.




由于总秘书罗志兴将从今年11月起请假6个月, 副总秘书郑国球将出任为代总秘书直到2010年4月。郑国球也是马六甲怡力区州议员。




DAPSY’s Malaysia Day Activities – Simultaneous Celebration in 3 Cities

September 8, 2009

To celebrate and commemorate Malaysia Day – the day in which the Federation of Malaysia was formed in September 16, 1963, DAPSY will be organising a series of events on that day itself. Join us in Petaling Jaya, Kota Kinabalu or Kuching for a night of celebration, friendship and reflection.

More details on the activities:

Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Venue: Rocket United Cafe, 18, Jalan SS2/63
Time: 7.15pm

  • ‘Buka Puasa’ dinner
  • Yoyo performance
  • Portrait sketching
  • Special screening of 15Malaysia short films and dialogue session with producer Pete Teo
  • Premiere of DAPSY’s “I Love Malaysia” music video

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Venue: Pusat DAPSY Sabah, No.4, lorong Cindul, Jalan Ridgeview, Lodo-k.k. High School
Time: 7.15pm

  • ‘Buka Puasa’ dinner
  • Screening of 15Malaysia short films

*Participants in Sabah will fast from 7am to protest against the government’s inability to solve the electricity supply issue in Sabah.

Kuching, Sarawak
Venue: DAP Kuching Service Centre, P1-1-8(b) Chonglin Park, Jln Tabuan
Time: 7.15pm

  • TBC

All are welcomed to join the activities.

DAPSY is Disappointed with the Police Investigation against the Wrongfully Accused Loke Siew Fook and Jeff Ooi (Original Statement in BM)

August 13, 2009

Jeff Ooi (left) and Anthony Loke (right)

Some excerpts from the media statement by DAPSY National Publicity Secretary and State Assemblyman for Komtar Ng Wei Aik:

  • DAPSY is extremely disappointed with the police investigation against DAPSY National Chairman Anthony Loke Siew Fook and Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi based on the unfounded, malicious accusations that both of them have insulted Islam
  • DAPSY wishes to stress that the police investigation is purely politically motivated, and that both Loke and Ooi have never made any ‘seditious’ statements insulting Islam
  • The anonymous blog that published the alleged seditious statement does not belong to Loke. The police should be investigating those who are maliciously abusing Loke’s name to make insensitive statements instead of victimising two capable wakil rakyats who have been wrongfully accused.

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Police Report to Deny Unfounded Allegations and Lies that Loke Siew Fook Has Insulted Islam and the Sultan of Perak

August 10, 2009

Media Statement by DAP Socialist Youth (DAPSY) National Chairman and MP for Rasah Loke Siew Fook on Monday, 10 August 2009 in Kuala Lumpur:

I’ve just lodged a police report at Dang Wangi Police Station to deny unfounded allegations and lies which was spread by certain blogs and SMS circulation claiming that I have made statements insulting Islam and the Sultan of Perak.

I wish to deny strongly that neither DAPSY nor I have ever issued any statements that insult Islam or the Royalty. Those are lies spread by certain irresponsible parties out to tarnish the image of the DAP and tried to paint DAP as anti-Islam and anti-Malays.

My police report as below:

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Mohd Ridhuan Tee Must Apologize to Teoh Beng Hock’s Family and Two Chinese Language Dailies! (Eng & Cn)

August 4, 2009

Media statement by DAP Socialist Youth (DAPSY) National Chairman and MP for Rasah Loke Siew Fook on Tuesday, 4 August 2009, in Petaling Jaya:

It is sickening to see that a person with supposedly strong academic credentials and high religious stature can produce such cruel and heartless remarks over the issue of Teoh Beng Hock’s unborn child.

By twisting a dreadful tragedy with his zealous agenda against “bastard children” in his Utusan Malaysia article, Dr. Mohd Ridhuan, the vice-president of the Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association, has caused immense emotional damage to Teoh’s family.

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DAPSY Pledges Support and Participation in the August 1 Anti-ISA Rally (Eng & Cn)

July 29, 2009

Media statement by DAP Socialist Youth National Chairman and MP for Rasah Loke Siew Fook on Wednesday, 29 July 2009, in Petaling Jaya:

DAPSY fully supports Gerakan Mansuhkan ISA’s (GMI) anti-ISA rally which will be held on this Saturday. DAPSY leaders and members will also participate in the rally to call for the abolishment of the draconian, inhumane, and primitive Internal Security Act.

We also call upon all Malaysian Youths who wish for a more humane and more democratic Malaysia to join us on that day or at least help spread the word.

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2009 DAPSY New Members’ Orientation Camp – 2nd Round

July 28, 2009

The DAPSY Political Education Bureau will be organising a new members’ orientation camp which will be held from 11 to 13 September 2009 in Taiping. This will be the second such camp in 2009, after a successful first round in Port Dickson last April.

Registration fee is RM150, which includes 2 nights’ stay and 3 meals per day.

More details after the jump. Download the programme schedule and registration form here.

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