Chan Ming Kai
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Chan Ming Kai
|Member of Parliament|
for P009 Alor Setar, Kedah
|Assumed office |
|Preceded by||Gooi Hsiao-Leung (PKR-PH)|
|Member of the Perlis State Legislative Assembly|
for Indera Kayangan
|Preceded by||Por Choo Chor (MCA-BN)|
|Succeeded by||Gan Ay Ling (PKR-PH)|
|Member of the Perak State Legislative Assembly|
for Simpang Pulai
|Preceded by||Chan Chin Chee (MCA-BN)|
|Succeeded by||Tan Kar Hing (PKR-PR)|
Chan Ming Kai
7 October 1980
Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
|Political party||People's Justice Party (Malaysia) (PKR)|
|Pakatan Harapan (PH)|
Pakatan Rakyat (PR)
|Alma mater||University of Technology, Malaysia|
University of London
|Chan Ming Kai on Parliament of Malaysia|
Chan Ming Kai (Chinese: 曾敏凯; pinyin: Zēng Mǐnkǎi; born 1980). is a Malaysian politician and is the Member of Parliament of Alor Setar since 2018. He is previously a member of the Perlis State Legislative Assembly for Indera Kayangan from 2013 to 2018 and Perak State Legislative Assembly for Simpang Pulai from 2008 to 2013. He is a member of People's Justice Party (PKR), a component party of Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition.
Chan attended University of Technology, Malaysia, where he received Bachelor of Technology Management in 2002. He later received another bachelor's degree in law from University of London in 2007 by self study.
Chan was first elected as people's representative in the 2008 general election winning the state constituency of Simpang Pulai, Perak. In the 2013 general election, Chan wrestled the Indera Kayangan state constituency seat in Perlis from the predecessor, Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA)'s Por Choo Chor.
|2008||N44 Simpang Pulai||Chan Ming Kai (PKR)||10,992||58.20%||Chan Chin Chee (MCA)||7,606||40.27%||18,887||3,386||72.20%|
|2013||N8 Indera Kayangan||Chan Ming Kai (PKR)||4,263||53.24%||Por Choo Chor (MCA)||3,171||39.60%||8,007||1,092||81.90%|
|Amier Hassan (IND)||404||5.05%|
|2018||P9 Alor Setar, Kedah||Chan Ming Kai (PKR)||32,475||50.11%|
|Yoo Wei How (MCA)||14,181||21.88%||64,812||15,200||80.74%|
|Muhd Aminur Shafiq (PAS)||17,275||26.65%|
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