Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has reiterated that he wants more Chinese to join him in the state government.
He said, this is because since 1970, the Chinese have played a significant role in the Sarawak government.
He also said he could not ignore one-third of his countrymen and could not form a government without the Chinese.
Tan Sri Adenan also warned that if all of BN's Chinese candidates were defeated in the polls, he would not have anyone to represent the community in the state government.
However, he assured that he will not abandon the state's Chinese community, and that his policies, benefiting the group will remain unchanged, no matter what happens to the country's political scenario.