Snapped this image from in front of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, a signboard entirely in English.
Why there's only English signboard where it should be at-least bi-lingual, i.e. Bahasa Melayu as the nation's official language, and English and/or other languages.
Why those who shouted Ketuanan Melayu, willing to scarify their life to defend the Supremacy of Malay, did not pressure KL Convention Centre to have Bahasa Melayu on signboard.
Let's see who is behind KL Convention Centre.... from their website:
"Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is managed and operated by Convex Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a joint venture company between KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd and AEG Ogden Pty Ltd, Australia. It is owned by Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Petroliam National Berhad (PETRONAS)."
So when Cabinet Ministers and Barisan Nasional political beings accused the Penang State Government for erecting (just recalled the ex Information Minister can pronounce this word perfectly -- remember the live tele-interview by Al-Jazeera, election was pronounced as erection!) multi-lingual signboards at strategic locations.
WHY THEY MISSED OUT THE STATE-OWNED PETROLEUM COMPANY SUBSIDIARY for not adhering to the National Language Policy?
Cakap tak serupa bikin!!!!
or in English:- "Do as I say, don't do as I do!" - borrowed from one of the Jeff Ooi's Screenshots posting..