From Malaysia Factbook
| In October 2013, Lee Kim Yew made known his intentions to vie for the MCA President post in the party elections that year but, by 15 December, he had decided to withdraw from the race, saying that he would only contest, after MCA implements its proposed direct voting.
Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew (born c. 1955, age 60) is a Malaysian property tycoon and the the founder of:
A patron of the World Cultural Economic Forum (WCEF), Lee is also a member of the MCA Parit Sulong Division.
2. Brief biography: In 1986, then aged 31, Lee Kim Yew founded Country Heights Holdings Berhad (CHHB). Known for its innovative designs, its subsidiaries:
in the Asia Pacific Residential Property Awards, in association with Bloomberg Television 2010. CCHB was also awarded the "BestBrands Conglomerate Awards 2010-2011".
Lee's transformation of the world's largest excavated tin mine into a flagship development, ' Mines Wellness City (formerly Mines Resort City)', with landmarks such as:
earned the National Creativity & Innovation Award by the Malaysian Design Technology Centre in 2004. Spearheaded by PEMANDU (Performance Management and Delivery Unit), the City is envisioned to be a RM5.5-billion development by 2020. In recognition of his contribution to the property development and hospitality industry in Malaysia, Lee was bestowed the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' in the 2008 Technology Business Review ASEAN Awards.
On 21 October 2013, Lee, an MCA Parit Sulong Division member, made known his intentions to vie for the MCA President post in the party elections that year during its extraordinary general meeting. However, by 15 December, he had decided to withdraw from the race, saying that he would only contest, after MCA implements its proposed direct voting. more... at Chronology