KUCHING: By interacting and bonding with each other, it would ensure that Kuching stays as a socially cohesive city and enhances the quality of life for its people, said Kuching South City Council (MBKS) Mayor Datuk Wee Hong Seng.
He said this during his visit to The Halfway Home Kuching yesterday (June 13) which is part of the many activities under the Kuching South City Council (MBKS) Caring Society Programme.
“I would like to express my gratitude to the Women Section of the Federation of Chinese Associations Kuching, Samarahan, and Serian Division for providing bak chang (glutinous dumplings) to the residents of the Halfway Home.
“Our environment will be secure and pleasant if we live in harmony with the community that is respectful and responsive to all members of society.
“This harmonious interaction of many communities in Kuching City will continue to be a regular sight in our society,” he said.
His visit yesterday was to deliver bak chang to the residents of the Mental Health Association Sarawak on behalf of the Women Section of the Federation of Chinese in conjunction with the Dragon Boat Festival.