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I’d no say in content of textbooks, says former deputy education minister

Former deputy education minister Teo Nie Ching said she had never been involved in the preparation of drafts and printing of textbooks.

PETALING JAYA: Former deputy education minister Teo Nie Ching is mulling legal action against an Umno-linked group after being accused of changing the contents of history textbooks in a bid to glorify communists as freedom fighters before independence.

In a Facebook live hosted by Umno Youth yesterday, Gabungan NGO Melayu Secretariat deputy chairman Yazid Othman claimed that Teo had issued an order to change the contents of Form 4 history textbooks.

However, Teo denied the accusation, saying that during her tenure as deputy education minister, she had never been involved in the preparation of drafts and printing of textbooks, let alone giving the order to change the contents of the history textbooks.

“Former education minister Maszlee Malik himself has explained the process of how the textbooks are prepared. It is impossible for me to interfere in such a matter,” she said in a statement today.

Teo said the allegations made by Yazid were baseless, malicious and unreasonable, adding that she would discuss with her lawyers to take legal action to defend her reputation and credibility.

Recently, Umno Youth chief Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki had urged the ministry to correct some content in the textbooks that he claimed glorified communists as independence fighters.

He claimed this was intentionally done by the Pakatan Harapan government then to “sow the seeds” of a “Malaysian Malaysia” ideology.

Maszlee yesterday sent a legal letter to Asyraf demanding a public apology and compensation for slander but Asyraf responded by saying he did not mention any name in his statement.

KT notes:

So Nie Ching admits: I’d no say in content of textbooks.

And may I add: Nor in kasut hitam & KHAT - DAP then diam2 macam tikus.

Nie Ching my dear, where's the UEC you promised to secure within a year?


MM Online (08 July 2018):

Deputy minister pledges official recognition for UEC by year-end

Teo told reporters that she will be meeting leaders of the Dong Zong group of Chinese educationists next week to discuss the matter further. — Picture by Zuraneeza Zulkifli

KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 — Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching has pledged to have the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) officially recognised by the government before the end of this year.

According to a Malaysiakini report, Teo said that it would not be necessary to bring the matter to Parliament, seeing as a similar recognition was granted to the A-level certificate without debating it in Dewan Rakyat.

She, however, added that a mechanism to recognise UEC needs to first be established before the education minister can seek a green light from Parliament.

“I hope I can finish this job before this year end, that is my aim.

“It may take time to build a school, but this (UEC recognition) can be done as soon as possible. I don’t like to do things sloppily,” she reportedly said.

42 lawan 13 pun kalah, wakakaka
dan harimau betina menjadi anak kucing 

The UEC is the school-leaving certificate issued by independent Chinese-medium schools in Malaysia, introduced more than 40 years ago.

As a part of its electoral promises, Pakatan Harapan (PH) pledged to recognise UEC within 100 days of taking power.


  1. When in opposition Wee KHAT Siong accused Harapan gomen of omitting certain parts of Form 3 history textbook but this "revision" started in 2012 when Wee KHAT Siong was Deputy Education Minister and continued under MCA gomen until 2018. Now MCA back in backdoor gomen and (again) holding Deputy Education Ministry gostan and change back history lah....ha ha ha....

    Changing history in textbooks? Education Ministry clarifies amendments
    Thursday, 18 Jul 2019


    Yesterday, several Chinese dailies reported MCA president Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong expressing his party’s disappointment at the purported omission of certain parts of Malaysian history from the Form Three textbooks.

    PETALING JAYA, July 18 — The Education Ministry today denied changing history in its national curriculum and textbooks following claims that the current secondary school content — particularly relating to the multiracial fight during the Japanese occupation and the Malayan Emergency against communists — was revised under the Pakatan Harapan administration....

    ...“The Education Ministry, under the new government, has never made any amendments or reviews of the history subject’s curriculum and textbook,” it said in a statement.

    The response followed media reports in Chinese dailies alleging that chapters on the Japanese occupation between 1941-1945 were no longer included in the Form Three history textbooks.

    The ministry explained that the history curriculum was last revised in 2017 and the changes carried out in several phases after that as reflected in the current batch of textbooks for public schools.

    “The 2017 revision started back in 2012 involving history experts, university lecturers, history subject teachers and curriculum officers from the History Subject Improvement Working Committee,” it said.

    The ministry explained that history in its secondary school curriculum is now arranged according to the timeline of historical events, and that the topics are taught the topics chronologically from Form One to Form Five.

    “The Education Ministry advises irresponsible parties to stop spreading false information on this matter,” it said.

    Yesterday, several Chinese dailies reported MCA president Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong expressing his party’s disappointment at the purported omission of certain parts of Malaysian history from the Form Three textbooks, especially those concerning the Japanese occupation after World War Two and the multiracial fight against the Malayan Communist Party during Malayan Emergency of 1948.

    It was reported that the Form Three history textbooks also did not have chapters that detailed the cooperation of all the different races for Malaya’s independence from the colonial British rulers.

  2. japanese said iso qs is all low std standard n just do it to make the american n european happy. so whats the point to want a low std body to recogniyo a high std exam?

    1. The Formosa is picking a page from the Jap in history redecoration mah!

      Do what iso & quality farts?

      Probably just to give u a chance to release more foul gaseous from that fart filled well.