Since the Malaysian students study in China returned to Malaysia during winter vacation in 2020, both Malaysia and China have closed the border due to the severity of the COVID-19. The students cannot return to the campus after the new semester begins in the spring of 2020. We are contacting with concerned authorities and try our best to help students in returning to China campus as soon as possible......
We announced an "Open Letter to China Universities".
We met with Mr. Zhang Zhen, Cultural Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia and discussed this issue.
We visited the Special Envoy of the Prime Minister to China, Dato Sri Tiong King Sing, to inform him about the problem of Malaysian students returning to China campus, so as to strive for returning to campus as soon as possible.
We coordinated with various parties, including the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China, Special Envoy of the Prime Minister to China and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to strive for the early opening of the "Green Passage".
We called for the set up of the "Return To China Campus Special Committee" and invited all the alumni associations of China universities, Dong Zong, Merdeka Education Centre and others to join.
We conducted questionnaire survey on the "Return To China Campus Special Committee" to collect Malaysian students' current situation and submit it to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In order to resume personnel exchanges between China and foreign countries in an orderly manner, from March 15, 2021, China will provide visa facilitation to incoming foreigners who have received Chinese vaccines and hold a vaccination certificate.
We submit a proposal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia on the vaccination of Malaysian students for discussion during his meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of China and the Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia.
The "Return to Campus" student representative team of Malaysian students studying in China has reflected and communicated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Communications and other relevant departments on the subject of Malaysian students returning to China campus as soon as possible.
The Malaysian Foreign Minister met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of China and signed the Memorandum of Understanding on Establishing a High-Level Committee on Malaysia-China Post Pandemic Cooperation between two government to promote the implementation of "Green Passage" for personnel exchanges.
Minister of Transport Datuk Seri Ir. Dr. Wee Ka Siong met with Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing to reflect the difficulties faced by the Return To China Campus Task Force organized by Malaysian students studying in China, including quarantine affairs and vaccinations in both countries.
National Chairman of Democratic Action Party (DAP) YB Tan Kok Wai met with the Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia to exchange views on several issues such as Chinese visas and scholarships under the pandemic.
The Malaysian Prime Minister Tan Sri Dato' Haji Muhyiddin bin Mohd. Yassin held a video meeting with the Premier of the State Council of PRC Li Keqiang to exchange views on China-Malaysia relations and cooperation as well as international cooperation in the fight against COVID-19.
Dong Zong called on Malaysian Foreign Minister Dato' Sri Hishammuddin Hussein and Special Envoy of the Prime Minister to China Dato Sri Tiong King Sing to contact the relevant authorities of the Chinese government to negotiate the issues of returning to China campus.
In an interview with the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama), President Bock Chek Lim appeal to the authorities concerned to continue to pay attention to the problem of Malaysian students returning to China campus and find ways to solve it.
We arranged vaccinations for Malaysian students study in China on 5 July (Sibu) and 16 July (Selangor & KL) respectively.