Minister of Health Tiong Lai Liow of Malaysia

Liow is also Bentong MP, and has retained the parliamentary seat since the 1999 general elections.
GEORGE TOWN: The DAP owes the Chinese community in Kuala Terengganu an apology for misleading them by helping Pas' candidate Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut to campaign in the Kuala Terengganu by-election.
If Liow has any problems in translation, DAP can offer our translation service to Liow to repeat those fierce phrases in English or Malay.
Liow is too clever by half and naïve to think that the Chinese community will be deceived by this moral hypocrisy, political chicanery and even blatant lies by saying one thing to the Chinese community but another to the non-Chinese community.
Liow is not only deceiving himself but also others by saying that MCA enjoys an equal relationship with UMNO.
By not daring to say in front of UMNO Deputy President Khairy Jamaluddin how offended the Chinese community are by UMNO, especially the bullying of Wee Meng Chee for allegedly insulting the national anthem and Muslims despite his apology, Liow has once again shown that MCA fights not for the people but for UMNO.
As for the sodomy allegation by Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, Liow said it was unfair for Anwar to accuse the Government of conspiracy because “it is between the two of them.
Liow described the Permatang Pauh by-election as an uphill task for the MCA.
On Anwar’s claim that he would not attack the Barisan Nasional candidate during polls campaigning, Liow said Barisan would similarly focus on its performance record.
You forgot to mention that when Liow was first appointed Minister, his DG within a few days announced that doctors will not be able to dispense medications any longer in a first page report in the NST.
The same evening, YB Liow denied the report and said doctors will continue to be allowed to dispense.
Liow is the third MCA senior leader to announce the post he or she would contest at the party polls.
Asked why he was not going for the post of deputy president or president, Liow said he was, by virtue of being the Youth chief, an appointed vice-president and members felt that he should continue to occupy the seat.
Liow had stated last month that he would relinquish his Youth chief post and go for a higher position in the party.
A graduate in Food Science and Nutrition from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and holding a Masters in Business Administration from Universiti Malaya, Liow said there was "room for improvement" particularly in getting Malaysians to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
Liow joined the federal administration as the Youth and Sports Deputy Minister in a minor Cabinet reshuffle on Feb 17, 2006.
Liow said he felt wronged at that time as someone made up a story to smear him.
That Liow is a disgrace to Malaysian.
Liow is just another no good MCA dog.
During an exclusive interview with Sin Chew Daily, Liow said the misguiding front page story on Utusan Malaysia was obviously trying to cook up the issue along racial lines when compared to articles on other Malay and English dailies.
Liow said the programme, which saw the children being sent to Bangalores Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital India for affordable treatment for heart disease, would be continued in future too.
For their referral treatment back in Malaysia, Liow said the children would be sent to hospitals close to their homes.
It is meaningless to talk about equity distribution when the economy is under tremendous pressure, that is what I emphasised," Liow said when asked to comment on a front-page news report yesterday quoting him ascalling for the 30 per cent bumiputra equity policy to be scrapped.
Explaining what happened, Liow said he had been asked to comment on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's statement about liberalising the New Economic Policy (NEP.
Liow was speaking to reporters after attending the national-level World Health Day launch in Dewan 2020 here.
Liow said the ministry would consider the views of residents near Pulau Ketam, an island 30 minutes by boat from Port Klang.
On dengue prevention, Liow said the ministry needed the help of local councils, NGOs and the people to maintain cleanliness to prevent the spread of the disease.
Liow was commenting on a report in The Star quoting Health Ministry director-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Ismail Merican as saying that at least five doctors are found to be suffering from mental illness every month.
On another matter, Liow said the ministry would issue a circular directing the management of government hospitals to respect MPs seeking treatment as some of them had complained of not enjoying their rights to medical benefits despite displaying their special medical cards.