Frankie Gan Joon Zin
|Frankie Gan Joon Zin|
16 July 1966 |
|Political party||MCA – Barisan Nasional|
Frankie Gan Joo Zin is a community leader in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.[dubious ] For his valor in community service and his spirit of volunteerism, he was awarded the Bintang Kesatria Mahkota Wilayah form His Highness Yang di-Pertuan Agong King of Malaysia.
NGO and Community Service
Frankie Gan is the national treasurer for St. John Ambulance Malaysia (2001 to 2005). He is also the Secretary for the Pertubuhan Kesenian dan Warisan Masyarakat Malaysia Kuala Lumpur.
The Singing Candidate
Frankie Gan Joo Zin loves singing, he was in the entertainment business when he was younger age. At the year of 2013, Frankie had made Malaysian famous with his own creative video "The Love Is In The Air" and the respective political MV advertisement had scored a ridicule to almost everyone in Malaysia. His superb achievement was the first in the history of Malaysian to get in oversea programme “Gruen Nation”. Frankie had further being discussed in Internet as Malaysian most famous singer as comparable to the Korean artist PSY whom also famous by his own creative MV “Oppa Gangnam Style” His achievement had made him bright in his political career and supported by many of Malaysian Chinese voter. In an act to woo voters, Frankie Gan decided that he will try to win their hearts and votes by singing. He even made a MTV Karaoke CD to be distributed to the public, including a series of Tamil Song, Hakka Song and many more. Mixed response was received from the public. However, Frankie's action added a colorful and harmonious atmosphere to the tension brewing over Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat. The ruling party tries to create a myth that Frankie may be a candidate who is passionate to spread love instead of hate messages to the public.[according to whom?]
- Vincent Tan."GE13: Singing his way into voters’ hearts", The Star 22 April 2013. 1 May 2013.
- VINCENT TAN."GE13: Love is definitely in the air for Frankie", The Star, 27 April 2013. Retrieved on 1 May 2013.