Minister of Women, Family, and Community Development Yen Yen Ng of Malaysia

Dr Ng is a Kelantan native who was born in Kampung Kubang Pasu, Kota Bharu.
Dr Ng is the first Malaysian Chinese woman to hold a cabinet position and only the second minister in charge of the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development.
Dr Ng said she would meet with her predecessor Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil to seek her advice.
Teoh, 84, said she had always wanted to meet Ng since their first meeting in 1998 when Ng was here to hand over aids at a charity dinner.
Ng was visiting some 8,700 recipients of monthly welfare allowance here.
Dr Ng said 13 families had used the relief centre since the disaster occurred a week ago.
To enable the public to lodge reports on such cases, Dr Ng said the ministry had set up a hotline, Talian Nur, last year.
Dr Ng said the task force, led by her ministry director-general Datuk Dr Noorul Ainur Mohd Nur, had visited the area.
Dr Ng said her ministry was in the process of finalising the Child Act 1990 and would bring it to the Cabinet by next year.
Dr Ng said she would lead Malaysia’s delegation to the World Congress III Against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents, which will be held from Nov 25 to 28 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Everything is fine for the 110 residents, from accommodation and food to easy access to hospitals, which are within walking distance of the home.
Another thing is that the comment is really crap.
In June 2003, Dr Ng was appointed Deputy Finance Minister.
Elections although nothing has been confirmed yet.
Your day of reckoning is not far off.
Dr Ng said the time had come for women to have a voice in the upper echelon of the party leadership although it had been 59 years since the party's formation.
On another note, Dr Ng said the MCA would remain loyal to the Barisan Nasional (BN) as it was confident of bringing changes to the coalition, adding that the party practised loyalty and would face all challenges jointly.
Nowadays this strong family bonding is weakening.
My first posting was to a rural community.
Meanwhile, mammogram screening is among the methods to detect breast cancer at its early stage.
Dr Ng said the ministry planned to set up mobile mammogram clinics to boost public awareness on breast cancer, in the rural areas.
Dr Ng said Malaysia had moved from charity-based to rights-based to address the issues affecting PWDs.
Ng is serious in this matter, she must work with the Minister of Education, Minister of Transport, Minister of Housing and Local Government, and other relevant ministries to tackle the deficiencies in the entire system.
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Last June, Dr Ng was made Deputy Finance Minister.
What? Even wearing baju kurung is still not enough? she asked.
She said, after Ng made the statement, she has received calls from party members, including some male members, enquiring whether what Ng expressed represented the stand of Wanita MCA.
She refused to say whether she agreed to what Ng had said.
She�belittles Ng by saying that Ng has only SPM and he should be studying in TAR College through a scholarship from the Chang Ming Thien Fund.
Even though Ng Chee Pang is facing an almost impossible task of victory over the domineering BN machinery, I wish the people of Raub would take this opportunity to show their displeasure over what has been happening to our country lately.
Dato Ng said financial incentives could also be considered if the airline could prove clear benefits for the destination.
Dato Ng said that Malaysia had a few domestic airlines such as Air Asia and Pelangi Air.
The meeting was held to discuss what special measures in terms of finance was needed for the disabled community in the light of the price hikes that the Government introduced last week.
One of the things that I was personally disappointed was that no date or follow up meeting was decided on when we left the building.
The meeting was attended by the physically handicapped, the blind, Deaf and a parent or two of the disabled.
Dr Ng said the majority of the disabled did not earn much.
Dr Ng said her ministry would study the input provided before submitting a proposal to the Finance Ministry.
Tan Yi Liang PETALING JAYA (Aug 19, 2008): Sisters in Islam (SIS) today launched a campaign to call for an end to the banning of books by the Home Ministry, which it equated to book burning.
Ka Ting has publicly announced that he would not accept a Cabinet post following the dismal showing of the party in the polls and would instead help MCA face this challenging period.
The source also said that former Deputy Home Affairs Minister Datuk Chor Chee Heung is set to make a comeback as a Deputy Minister but his porfolio would be determined by the Prime Minister.
Asked on her future reforms in the party, Dr Ng said she would now hold talks regularly at the Central Committee (CC) level to increase awareness among Chinese women in politics.
Dr Ng said she would review the representation of women on company boards.
Teng had served as state assembly opposition leader since 1995 when he won the Bukit Gasing seat.
Rafidah said Wanita Umno would not question whether the wing was represented in the cabinet because the unity of its 1.
Dr Ng is the new minister, while Shahrizat has been made special adviser on women's affairs and community development to the prime minister.
Dato Ng Yen Yen, Deputy Finance Minister ofMalaysia, (4th from the right) and the team leaders of the research project.
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Dr Ng said she represents about 430,000 Wanita MCA members who made up about 37% of the party's total membership.
Later, Dr Ng said she hopes to convince Barisan to study why there is a loss of support in some circles of the Chinese community.
Dr Ng said there must be a holistic approach to tackle the perception that Umno is a racist party while the other component parties in Barisan have lost their voice.
Ng said there would be no set salary but that the Malaysian domestic helpers could be paid up to 2,000 ringgit (305 dollars) a month -- four times what Malaysians commonly paid helpers from Indonesia.
In the long term, we want our families to be looked after by Malaysian caregivers," Ng said according to The Star daily.
Dr Ng said the Pakatan Rakyat leaders' trip to Taiwan was part of their relentless efforts to create confusion and uneasiness among the people and foreign investors over the country's political situation.
Expressing disappointment over the arrest of Sin Chew Daily reporter Tan Hoon Cheng under the Act but was released yesterday, Dr Ng said the arrest should not have been made as the reporter was only doing her job.