Alice Lau Kiong Yieng
|Chairperson of National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Malaysia)|
1 October 2019 – 31 March 2020
|Prime Minister||Mahathir Mohamad|
|Preceded by||Lee Lam Thye|
|Succeeded by||Wilson Ugak Kumbong|
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament|
|Assumed office |
5 May 2013
|Preceded by||Tiong Thai King (SUPP–BN)|
|Pronunciation||pinyin: Liú Qiángyàn|
Alice Lau Kiong Yieng
30 July 1981
Sibu, Sibu Division, Sarawak, Malaysia
|Political party||Democratic Action Party (DAP)|
|People's Pact (PR) (2008–2015)|
Alliance of Hope (PH) (2015)
Loo Chee Wee (罗智伟)
|Father||Lau Cheng Kiong|
|Alma mater||International Medical University|
University of Strathclyde (MPharm)
|Salary||RM192,000 per annum|
Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (born 30 July 1981; simplified Chinese: 刘强燕; traditional Chinese: 劉強燕; pinyin: Liú Qiángyàn) is a Malaysian politician of Chinese origin from the Democratic Action Party (DAP) currently serving as two-term Member of Parliament (MP) of Malaysia representing Lanang constituency in Sibu Division of Sarawak.
A native of Sibu, Lau first contested for the Bawang Assan seat in the Sarawak State Assembly during the 2011 Sarawak state election, but was defeated by six-term incumbent Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Wong Soon Koh.
In the 2013 Malaysian general election, Lau was nominated by the DAP to contest for Lanang in Sibu. She defeated five-term incumbent Tiong Thai King with a majority of 8,630 votes, or 19.2% of the votes, becoming the first female opposition MP elected from Sarawak.
Lau successfully defended her Lanang parliamentary seat during the historic 2018 Malaysian general election with an increased majority over candidates from the Sarawak United Peoples' Party (SUPP) and Justices of Peace Coalition People's Party (PEACE).
In October 2019, Lau was appointed as chairperson of the board of directors of the Malaysian National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) succeeding Lee Lam Thye who had served in the capacity for 25 years. Her tenure was terminated by the end of March 2020 following events of the 2020 Malaysian political crisis which saw the Alliance of Hope (PH) coalition losing its grip on power.
|2013||P211 Lanang, Sarawak||Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)||26,613||59.68%||Tiong Thai King (SUPP)||17,983||40.32%||44,956||8,630||78.67%|
|2018||Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)||29,905||65.16%||Kong Sien Chiu (SUPP)||15,359||33.47%||46,419||14,546||74.90%|
|Priscilla Lau (PEACE)||628||1.37%|
|2011||N47 Bawang Assan||Alice Lau Kiong Yieng (DAP)||5,508||42.95%||Wong Soon Koh
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- "Sarawak MP Alice Lau appointed new NIOSH chairman". Free Malaysia Today. 6 October 2019. Retrieved 27 February 2020.
- Mohd., Hafiz (6 October 2019). "Confirmed: DAP's Lau is new Niosh chair". Malaysiakini. Retrieved 27 February 2020.
- Razali, Safeek Affendy (6 October 2019). "Lanang MP is new NIOSH chairman". New Straits Times. Retrieved 27 February 2020.
- Wong, Philip (1 April 2020). "I accept my early termination as Niosh Chairperson with open heart, says Alice Lau". The Borneo Post. Retrieved 4 April 2020.
- Chua, Andy (27 August 2010). "DAP candidate may have father as rival in Sibu polls". The Star (Malaysia). Retrieved 23 March 2016.
- "Lanang MP Alice Lau marries Melaka businessman". The Borneo Post. 31 August 2014. Retrieved 24 February 2019.
|Parliament of Malaysia|
Tiong Thai King
| Member of Parliament for Lanang
Lee Lam Thye
| Chairperson of National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Malaysia)
Wilson Ugak Kumbong
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