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Lee Chor-Seng

former chairman of counselor of Sungai Buloh leprosy Settlement 



Sungai Buloh leprosy settlement resident. After moved into settlement in 1958, Lee actively involved in welfare work and served as director of department of welfare. In 2007, University Technology Mara wanted to destroy Eastern SB leprosy settlement and forced the residents to relocate in order to build a medical school.

As the chairman of counselor of Sungai Buloh leprosy Settlement, Lee represented the residents to call for the concerned authorities to preserve the settlement. Submitted memorandum to the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Higher Education and the various social groups, Lee hopes the society could understand and respect the rights of lepers as people. 









Sin Toh-Han

Sin is Sungai Buloh Leprosy Settlement resident who moved into settlement in 1977. In 2007, University Technology Mara wanted to destroy Eastern SB leprosy settlement and forced the residents to relocate in order to build a medical School. When the excavators started the demolition construction without any notice, Sin was the first person to stop the demolition. Now Sin is the general of Fu Temple and a member of the council. He participates in works of SB group actively.   













Por Heong-Hong

Graduated from National Yang Ming University, Department of Physical Therapy and Health and Welfare Policy Research Institute. In 2001, Por came back to Malaysia and taught in Kajang Selangor Malaysia New Era College about media studies. Currently she serves at Ethnic Groups Research Center in Malaysia as a lecturer in general classes.


Majoring in gender politics, medical politics, social science research methods and cultural studies, reflects her multi-disciplinary care and academic background. In 2006, Por participated as volunteer in the Malaysian Lung Snow Chinese socio-economic committee for 6 months to videotape cemetery records in SB leprosy settlement. From 2007 to 2008, Por and her three other media friends voluntaried to record the unreasonable demolition process by University Technology Mara . They interviewed residents to record the process of forcing to relocate and their early years, suffering from disease and being discriminated and taking unfair treat.




永遠的希望之谷導演,資深電視台製作人,目前正進行時事深度報導的節目「追蹤檔案」,2006年拍攝「都市貧窮」獲“Anugerah Seri Angkasa”最佳電視雜誌獎。曾任華文報社記者15年,畢業於菲律賓Ateneo大學、香港浸信大學新聞系,目前在新紀元大學教授新聞報導、紀錄片拍攝,研究專長為媒體道德與華語電視新聞。本研討會放映其作品 永遠的希望之谷


Joshua Wong


the producer of the documentary of “the Everlasting Valley of Hope”.

Currently, a senior producer of news and current affair of NTV7, a local TV station of Malaysia, and produces a half and hour program--Zhui Zong Dang An (追踪档案)

Zhui Zong Dang An is the first and longest Chinese current affairs program in Malaysia. It has a best-known for investigative, in-depth reporting. With the high quality of reporting, this program won the best TV magazine from “Anugerah Seri Angkasa” award with airing the story of “Urban Poor” in 2006.


Joshua Wong was a journalist for 15 years. Before joining NTV7, he worked as a feature reporter at several Chinese newspapers, included China Press and Sin Chew Daily.


Joshua Wong obtained his M.A. in Journalism at the Ateneo De Manila University from Philippines and my B.Soc. Sc. in Journalism at the Baptist University of Hong Kong. For the past three years until now, he also teach TV news, feature reporting and documentary in New Era College as a part time lecturer. His research interests include media ethics and mandarin TV news.


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