Student activist: I would've protested against Chinese Dignity Congress too

Ng Xiang Yi

17 Okt 2019, 2:27 tengahari

Updated 6 months ago



Wong Yan Ke has stressed that he had no intention of targeting a specific race with his protest against Universiti Malaya (UM) vice-chancellor Abdul Rahim Hashim, and that he was merely standing against racism as a Malaysian.

“Even if the university had organised a Chinese or Indian Dignity Congress, I would’ve fought against that as well,” said the former Universiti Malaya Association of New Youth (Umany) chairperson during an interview with Malaysiakini...

Related Reports