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KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 (Bernama) — The Tourism Ministry has utilised the social website Facebook to promote domestic tourism among IT-literate Malaysians, especially the youngsters, said its Deputy Minister Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit.
He said the ministry had developed six Facebook applications for Tourism Malaysia which cost a total of RM1,758,432 with each page costing RM293,072.
“The pages include product promotions, tourism destinations and activities such as ‘Cuti Cuti 1Malaysia’, Citrawarna 1Malaysia, 1Malaysia Mega Sales Carnival, Year End Sales Carnival and Fabulous Food 1Malaysia,” he said in reply to a question from Loke Siew Fook (DAP-Rasah) who had asked on the justification for the expenditure at the Dewan Rakyat today.
Dawos added that an advertising company, Impact Creations Sdn Bhd, was responsible for all advertisements and events of the ministry and Tourism Malaysia or the domestic market for 2011 until 2013.
However, the RM1.8 million expenditure was questioned by several members of Parliament who claimed that it was a waste.
Loke said it was irrelevant as the social website could be accessed free of charge while Khairy Jamaluddin (BN-Rembau) asked whether the ministry had set any key performance indicators to monitor the advertising agency’s performance.
Yen Yen Slams DAP For Remarks On Tourism Ministry’s Facebook Pages
KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 (Bernama) — Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen today slammed the DAP for claiming six-year-olds could develop the ministry’s six Facebook pages to promote Malaysian tourism.
“For DAP to say this, I laugh and feel so sad for DAP, they use their DAP platform to compare our professional and globally run well-monitored social network,”she said, adding that DAP, being an opposition political party, would try to twist things around given the slightest chance.
Ng was speaking to reporters after announcing that local singer Fish Leong had been appointed as Malaysia’s Tourism Ambassador for China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, here Tuesday.
Meanwhile, when asked on two Singaporean women who were reported to have been forced to do squats in the nude by Immigration Department personnel following their arrest for “illegal entry” into Malaysia, Ng said she would have to find out more about this and that a full investigation was required.
“Nude squat is something that should not be done, and if it is done, it must due to a very good reason and properly supervised, if the officers have done wrong thing, they must face the consequences,” she said.
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