Wong’s colleagues and friends, led by Malay Mail publisher Datuk Siew Ka Wei also took part in the funeral service. Wong Chee Mun and his sister Yik Pen are pictured as mourners take their turn to view Sai Wan's remains one final time at the Xiao En Centre in Jalan Kuari, Cheras May 17, 2021. — Picture by Firdaus Latif
Wong, 59, was a 40-year veteran of the news industry, starting off as a reporter with The Star and taking on various roles before eventually being appointed as Malay Mail ’s editor-in-chief. A wake for Wong will be held from 11am to 6pm on May 15 and 16 at Xiao En Centre on 1 Jalan Kuari in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
KUALA LUMPUR – Malay Mail editor-in-chief Datuk Wong Sai Wan died this morning of a heart attack. He was 59. The Seremban-born Wong, who started his career in journalism in 1984, was also group chief media officer of Ancom Bhd, overseeing the growth of the company’s media arm. He studied law at Manchester City University in the United Kingdom.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 14 — Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin extended his condolences today to the family of Malay Mail’s editor-in-chief, Datuk Wong Sai Wan, who died of a cardiac arrest this morning. On Facebook, Muhyiddin said Wong had played an important role in shaping Malaysia’s journalism.
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