Even China is paying attention.to the racial events in the country
For what it is worth ,and it can be a lot...
Even the Chinese ambassador is concerned about what is anticipated.in lieu of the threats of rioting that carries a racial tinge at Petaling street.
Being a diplomat,wonder if , He knows something the public doesn't. ..
Confidential intelligence / Info privy to the diplomatic circle..that cannot be revealed ,bound by diplomatic obligations and responsibilities of confidentiality
But can be hinted by actions or gestures or very carefully and intentionally selectively worded suggestive statements .
China's ambassador to Malaysia Dr Huang Huikang today visited Petaling Street and warned those who used violence to disrupt public order in the country,
The Star reported. "He said the Chinese government was opposed to terrorism, extremism and any forms of discrimination based on race.
"The Chinese government opposes terrorism and any form of discrimination against races and any form of extremism," he was quoted as saying.
Note : Any country's Envoys usually make remarks on behalf of their Goverment and therefore sends a message that it's their Govermental position,in their public statements..
There maybe and usually a message behind a diplomat's public actions that is for interpretation.
For any country's envoys cannot simply make any actions ,gestures or statements or press releases if it is not approved or endorsed by their own Goverment .
SO therefore, what the China ambassador said or did,in Malaysia , is a message of the un-official stance of their Goverment or position of the Goverment of China regarding the attempts to tense up racial relations..
Hints He inferred :Try to read between the lines and formulate your own interpretation:
: The ambassador said it would be a shame if the peaceful environment at Petaling Street was disrupted by those with ill-intentions, adding that he was confident with the ability of the police to ensure public order.
"Business is good here. There are many tourists. I am proud to see Chinese traders working closely with Malay and Indian traders in harmony in developing this area," he was quoted as saying.
Addressing the terrorist threat at Jalan Alor, Dr Huang said that the embassy was aware of this development and was keeping a close eye on the situation.
There has been warnings that protesters will turn up again in Chinatown tomorrow, Sep. 26th Sat, to demand the authorities raid the traders who he alleged were involved in selling fake goods and running other illegal businesses.
Here are some noteworthy facts and figures on China -Malaysia relations and what is at stake...
Malaysia is China's largest trading partner in South East Asia.