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Unbelievable :) March 8, 2008

Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Malaysia, Politics.
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Campaign updates on Subang P107 and Bukit Lanjan N37 HERE!


1. Klaw - March 8, 2008

I’m rooting for your unofficial win!

2. Simon Yee - March 8, 2008

ABC Awareness Before Change

What is the current status quo in situation, condition and enviroment

People will always resist change and continually to sabotage

Keep them just to make them work and work them hard to make them learn

Never expect it to be easy

We can do it better !

3. malaysiancares - March 8, 2008

update please.

4. malaysiancares - March 8, 2008

Congrats YB Eli.We are proud of you.

5. Dann - March 8, 2008

Congratulation Elizabeth on winning!

6. sikembangcina2 - March 8, 2008

congratulation, eli wong!!!

7. max - March 8, 2008

Congrats, Liz.

8. fred - March 8, 2008

I’m stunned, hopeful, elated, in dread- but mostly stunned!! There are so many BN idiots dropping like flies!!!


9. ndfdhshy - March 8, 2008

The people have spoken!

10. eng - March 8, 2008

the past 13 days of hardwork is paying off !!

now it’s time to show to the people that opp can rule better than BN

11. mob1900 - March 8, 2008


12. mob1900 - March 8, 2008

Congrats again ADUN Bkt. Lanjan, Eli Wong and MP Subang, Sivarasa!

13. simon - March 8, 2008

Congratulations and please work hard for the RAKYAT…who will also include UMNO and MCA and…..MIC members……….

dun be like them…. you know what i mean……

14. Simon Yee - March 8, 2008

Do not celebrate yet and yes do keep a smile in the heart.

We still have a long way to go ?

When the dust settles it the time to keep the peace keep the sanity and keep our spirits up.

and time to put out hands to the work and get it done.

15. pH - March 8, 2008

Somebody has poisoned Malaysiakini’s DNS server(s), it is now returning localhost’s IP address, to bypass this problem and access Malaysiakini.com, try this (use the real IP):

Spread the word πŸ™‚

16. Jak - March 9, 2008


17. adrian - March 9, 2008

I went to vote this afternoon thinking that it will be hard for you to win against Datin Yong. She has been doing a decent job in my area. I can see her often especially so during festivals, school events, etc. Many are pleased with her. I myself voted for her in the last election.

This afternoon I voted for you. Well to be honest, this time round I did not vote for the candidate (if not, I would have voted for her) but for the party. I don’t know whether you will be as active as Datin Yong but I’m willing to take the chance.

Congratulations to you. πŸ™‚

18. Tom - Daai Tou Laam - March 9, 2008

I want to wake up in the morning and see that these leads have held. Congrats to all.

19. mekyam - March 9, 2008

Dear Eli wong,

CONGRATULATIONS are in order, I believe! πŸ˜€

You go, Woman! Go, make us proud!

20. msiaman - March 9, 2008

Congrats! YB.

Another representative to the parlimen that makes the difference.


21. BrightEyes - March 9, 2008

Unbelievable? Why?

FYI, I can’t access my Blogspot…

22. BrightEyes - March 9, 2008

I’ve heard the good news! Congratulations!

FYI, Selangor may become KeadiLAND!


23. rodsjournal - March 9, 2008

Eli, just let me say…Congratulations!

It’s unbelievable alright, especially to an outsider like me. But your blog post title probably wasn’t referring to your win. πŸ™‚

All the best!

24. Chris - March 9, 2008

CONGRATULATIONS Liz & Sivarasa! This time people power rules! Hope the Barisan Rakyat will serve and fight for the rakyat promised.

25. Mark - March 9, 2008

Congratulations Eli, Tian Chua, Sivarasa & Keadilan. Well done. Its unbelievable !!!

26. Malaysian Citizen Who Voted for You :) - March 9, 2008

Congratulations Liz!!!

27. Mior Azhar - March 9, 2008


28. wits0 - March 9, 2008

Heartiest CONGRATULATION Eli, knew you boleh!

29. yh - March 9, 2008

congrats eli and please do not forget your promise and pledges.

30. Mat Salo - March 9, 2008

Congrats Eli! I’m crying (tears of joy-lah) when I saw the news online! Yee-ha!

31. teckwyn - March 9, 2008

I can’t stop the tears of joy!

32. Hizami - March 9, 2008

congrats eli! πŸ™‚ selamat berkhidmat!! πŸ™‚

33. tengyong - March 9, 2008


34. cuddlyfamily - March 9, 2008



What a historic day for Malaysians. the power of the RAKYAT! πŸ™‚

35. Jessica - March 9, 2008

Elizabeth, CONGRATULATIONS! OPPOSITION ROCKS! PEOPLE POWER! BLOGGERS UNITE! Go forth and bring changes! God speed!

36. Free Malaysia - March 9, 2008

Dear Elizabeth,

We, the rakyat have spoken.

We believe in you and we know you will work all out to make Selangor & Malaysia better for all Malaysians.

Hidup Barisan Rakyat.

37. Fred - March 9, 2008

Hi Liz, good job. and i know u can do it and just do it. cheers

38. bayi - March 9, 2008

Congratulations, Elizabeth! Though I am not from Bukit Lanjan, I am truly glad that the residents there have chosen you to be their voice! You deserve this.

The euphoria is just unbelieveable!

I hope you do well and look forward to the next term.

39. RKM - March 9, 2008

we wanted to sms you, tapi takut masa tak sesuai.

we were SCREAMING at the brickfields office!!! (yes, i was there, too!! πŸ˜‰ )

CONGRATULATIONS Eli!!!!!!! May The Force stays with you till the end! Lawan Tetap Lawan!

40. max - March 9, 2008

There is a problem of getting an MB for perak!! All the elected reps are so young. DAP’s Mr. Ngeh and Mr. Nga are MPs also and this practically rules them out.

41. hehehehe - March 9, 2008

Congratulation Liz, make Malaysians whole again, make us proud to be an opposition. make us Malaysians once more.


42. charanjit singh - March 9, 2008

I would like to congratulate you on winning the bukit lanjan sate seat. You and Mr Sivarasa is my favourite candidate and I am glad both you won.

43. mindspring - March 9, 2008

Congratulations Elizabeth…… its time for change


44. Socratestes - March 9, 2008

Congrachewlayshuns YB! Onward, upward …

45. bill tarrant - March 9, 2008


I’m Bill Tarrant from Reuters. I’m interested in getting your reaction to winning a seat in parliament. What impact did cycberspace play on the elction — especially given the hostility of the mainstream press to the opposition?

46. EL Ong - March 9, 2008

Congratulation, YB

47. an rashid - March 9, 2008

YB Elizabeth, conratulations!
So when can we expect a statement or a thank you from you to us who have rallied around you?
Well done; but the road ahead is full of hazards, conspiracies and assassins! Be warned.

48. arifabdull - March 9, 2008

Congratulations to all Malaysians,
Penang, Selangor, Perak, and kedah… dont forget, KL too (BN lost all KL except 1).

We want the town councilors be elected by the people.
PLS do this first!

49. Satria Asia - March 9, 2008

Mu’alaikum Salam Eli … Congratulations!

50. SM - March 9, 2008

Very well done Eli! Proud of you.cheers!

51. Yusuf - March 9, 2008

Congratulations to you and your husband – perhaps this really is a new beginning!

52. tupingera - March 9, 2008


53. shue - March 9, 2008


54. 猫子 - March 9, 2008

Congrates Liz! Go on and fight on!

55. Antares - March 10, 2008


Shall we dance? πŸ™‚

So so proud of you, Eli!!!! YAAAAAAY!!!!

56. Antares - March 10, 2008

Oh… forgot to ask….mind if I borrow Anwar’s pre-election letter for my blog? πŸ™‚

57. Ahmad - March 10, 2008

Elizabeth, with this win, it’s only the beginning. expect tough times ahead. But be strong!

58. RMC - March 10, 2008

Dear ADUN Elizabeth Wong
Congrats on your election as ADUN of Bukit Lanjan. Fantastic success with the rakyat’s power. We have linked your website to ours at http://www.bu6wawasan.com.my in order to assist your constituent.Pls deliver what your party had promised the rakyat.
All the best & good luck.

59. Implosion - March 10, 2008

Congratulations on the win and creating change for Malaysians.
Anwar’s letter to Malaysians reminds us all that holding the post of an MP comes with great responsibility.
Public service is the highest honour of all.

60. kim - March 10, 2008

well well well…

the people have spoken…

cyberspace really work…

pkr ..thanks for the weekend- the feeling was indescribable..

but is now crunch time – show us that we can do it!

p/s did anyone notice that it was already past midnite when the tv initially announced that bn won for bkt lanjan, and i made a quick telephone call to confirm..and how they quickly change it and flash wong keat peng as the winner several times – i just wonder sometimes…

61. kim - March 10, 2008


it should be read Wong Keat Ping of PKR ..not Keat Peng..
am i right?

v. sorry for the error..

62. Angry Taxpayer - March 10, 2008

Ms. Wong or rather YB Wong, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

You, together with the rest of the MPs of Barisan Rakyat have been handed the key to speaking for the people!! Keep it up!

63. belum merdeka - March 10, 2008

Hi Eli,
We entrusted our hopes to KeaADILan, DAP and PAS. We, following to the Victory, hope you and other comrades would not let us, the humble Rakyat, down. Because we have been oppressed, ignored, and the worst of all, been blinded for decades. We have had enough…

Bring back to us, the Rakyat, the freedom, the care and eyes which we deserve.

Btw, will you marry me?

64. Alex - March 10, 2008

We trusts, votes &, believes you (Alliance)
Hope by these, you all could open up eyes of malaysian.
Full attention towards the developments, welfares, educations etc
Myself is not believing in 100% governing as it will only easily passes
all the processess.
I still remember the 911 incident where there is 1 brave lady objected against iraq strike.
Again, congratulation to you for represent ” Rakyat “.

65. June - March 10, 2008

Congrats, Eli! You’ve done well. We are here to support you and pleeeeeease don’t let “the other” party look done on us!

Know its hard work after 50 years of only God knows what… But we are here, don’t let us down. ya?

66. mangchik - March 10, 2008


67. JL-Lee - March 10, 2008

Congratulation! Eli
Glad you have won Bukit Lanjan State seat. Thank in advance for work hard for Bukit Lanjan Residence.

68. Joanne - March 10, 2008

I along with many of my family and co workers made it a point to vote this election because they say “every vote counts and can make a change” and by golly, never in my entire life did i expect such a BIG change! All my family and friends celebrated PKR’s victory in S’gor! Though we know it won’t be easy and road will be bumpy, but at least we know our it’s all for the best! πŸ™‚ And for once, I along with so many people can honestly say that we’re looking forward to being a Malaysian! Please, please do not let us all down!! GOD BLESS you all!

69. sabahmax - March 10, 2008

congrats Ms Eli, we need more nice n trustworthy people. I pray good health n nice safe environment u there to fulfill the changes we wanted.
wish u are here in Sabah to mark d changes more. There’s always next election for us here in sabah n todate we just have to b patience with d corrupted high headed cm n takut gang( cabinets)

70. PeterP - March 11, 2008

Helllo, Elizabeth,

Very well done ! Proud of you.cheers!

Don’t like BN anymore,,,,I would like to vote Rocket this time, however, Bkt Lanjan do not have one, so………no choice…..voted PKR..lor…..Support Barisan Rakyat Family.

Now is the time for u all to deliver the promises, any assistance needed, here is ‘Rakyat’ will always give you the FULL support…

Keep It Up….

71. Agnus - April 2, 2008

Hi Ms Wong,
Pls advise is Prima Damansara (next to Damansara Damai) under your area. I wish to bring up a long standing difficulty we faced – badly in need of a pedestrian bridge, right in front of the Caltex petrol station. Speaking on behalf of all those who need to cross the busy highway daily just to board the bus to town for work & school. The highway is fenced high up & either we climb over a small gap left at one of the broken poles or walk to the next garden (Damai) over a slope to board public transport. The danger of walking is at any one time, any van if with evil intentions such as kidnapping can just shove you in the van. I have myself encountered a car who try to give me a lift seeing that I was walking to the Damai bus stop but had to decline as it was a stranger. This has been very inconvenient & buses do not go into our garden. The drivers only pass by (as & when they like) to avoid traffic jam on main road through a short cut into Damai. Pls help !
TQ & rgds

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