She said during the campaign period, Wanita MCA would also bring along teachers to teach and hold handicraft workshops while disseminating information on the government's development programmes and policies.
"We believe this approach is beneficial as it is also an opportunity for us to discuss and understand the problems faced by the local people.
"Although the activities may appear small and the attendance limited, to us it is easier to explain matters because of the face-to-face interaction with the target groups,"
at least she has learnt from her own campaigning that MCA ain't got what it takes to attract crowds.
Lulu doesn't think that the "think small" strategy came from being more effective, but rather that "we get small crowds" and this is a more face saving method.
Hahaha chew mei fun! Lulu also heard about how good you are and how well versed you were in Pempena activites where you were the General Manager. Gosh... even a lulu would have been more capable there.