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PARENTS should avoid leaving their children in the care of foreign maids for long period of time or risk losing influence over them, said Wanita MCA chief Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen.
Describing it as a “very unhealthy trend”, Dr Ng said children raised by foreigners would be exposed to cultures and moral values very different from their own.
“There are children who even speak better Indonesian Malay than Bahasa Melayu,” she said during the closing of a childcare course in Perak MCA headquarters in Ipoh recently.
“Another risk is that the children might be exposed to emotional and psychological abuse,” added Dr Ng.
The solution, she said, was for parents to entrust their children to good childcare centres that stimulated learning in a fun environment.
She pointed out that it would be value-for-money if a child learned manners from an early age.
Speaking to childcare centre operators attending the 17-day course, Dr Ng urged them to put their creative learning techniques to good use.
She also praised Ang Kok Peng, 33, the only male participant, for being brave enough to learn about good childcare.
The course is the first organised in Perak by Wanita MCA and the Association of Registered Childcare Providers Malaysia, with the state Welfare Department.
Earlier, Perak MCA chairman Datuk Ong Ka Chuan stressed that early education was important for a child.
“I once saw a three-year-old child actually smoking a cigarette given by the mother because she was busy playing mahjong,” he said.
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