KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Hakka Hall Complex is not only the focal point for the local Hakka communities, but also attract the interests of investors from outside the country to explore the state business potential.
With the nation’s strategic location in the Asia Pacific region, it is expected to bring positive impact for Sabah economic development.
With the Hakka community being well known for their perseverance and commitment in business, the state government is confident that they will play an important role in driving the state’s economy.
Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Aman, said the state government wants Hakka community to continue to live in harmony and preserve their way of life.
“We (government) give our guarantee to listen and take moderate approach with whatever issues raised by the Hakka community,” he said in his speech for officiating Sabah Hakka Hall Complex, in Likas, here today.
Also present were the Minister of Special Task, Datuk Teo Chee kang, the President of United Sabah and Federal Territories of Labuan Hakka Association, Datuk Jimmy Tham Yuk Leong, and the organization’s members.
The association which was founded in 1982, has been acknowledged by its many successes and became the pride of Hakka community.
“During the time of Datuk Jimmy Tan and his committees in one of his courtesy visit two years ago, I was impressed with their commitment in realizing the aspiration of the former committees to build a hall complex for Sabah Hakka community.
“And in two years, they have succeeded in completing the hall complex, which previously took 10 years to finish,” he added. – SayangSabah