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Apart from blogging, Eli is actively involved in human rights NGOs. I will just quote her about page:

ELIZABETH WONG (黄洁冰) has been involved in human rights since her student days in Sydney and subsequently during her work in Nepal. She was the secretary-general of the National Human Rights Society (Hakam) (全国人权协会)from 2000-2006 (now sitting as a member of the Ex-Com), a member of the Suaram (大马人民之声) secretariat and was a human rights fellow of Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs (2002-03). She is also a political consultant and has been involved in the setup of the Asean Inter-Parliamentary Myanmar Caucus for Democracy and Solidarity Campaign for Human Rights in Aceh. [About. Elizabeth Wong. Accessed March 2 2008]

6 Responses to “[1569] Of Elizabeth Wong for Bukit Lanjan”

  1. on 05 Mar 2008 at 08:49 sigma

    It’s these kinds of candidates that we need to send to the M’sian parliament. Great stuff.

    Hope she wins.

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  3. on 19 Feb 2009 at 08:12 malaysia classifieds

    True leaders are servants of the community. They are pioneers and initiators who take the pain to lead and care for the rakyat. They wake up earlier than others. They work longer than others. They are the first inline when it comes to sacrifice. It is not the title they have after their name, that matters. They have the heart to serve, wisdom to organize things. Their faith move mountains. They have vision for all people regardless of their skin colours. They work for long term. They ultimately win the hearts of people.

    Our verdict: Elizabeth Wong should take the challenge and come back a wiser leader. Malaysia needs true leaders.


  4. on 19 Feb 2009 at 09:51 Property Malaysia

    YB Elizabeth Wong has 100% mandate of the people. She should continue to serve.

  5. on 24 Feb 2009 at 10:30 Ivin Wong

    Elizabeth Wong, keep it up, dont give up. When the world seems to be against you, you will grow out of it if you presist and you shall prevail. It is only during times of discomfort, you will find more strength to continue. Malaysia needs more of people like yourself, to overthrow the current corrupted government.

    Cheers to Eli Wong!

  6. on 01 Mar 2009 at 15:56 Justin

    Leadership is not bed of rosy, there are ups and down, thick and tin. Your ability to over come these deter minds how good a leader you are.
    This is a may proper gander channeled to tarnish your political carrier but this will be your pivot, spring board, elevator if you see it form matured perspective.
    See it not as tool of down fall but as a great instrument to press on to achieve goals.
    Your news is every were, the world is watching you, not the news but ELIZABETH WONG after the news.
    How you handle it determined how far you can go. So, put it behind you, think about you, the people you represent, and your Nation at large and push forte to make useful impact to Nation building.
    You are a great woman, a creator, builder and a yard stick for others.
    Be strong “ELIZABETH WONG” and I said be strong, be of good cheer for the hand of GOD in upon you.


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