With only 5 days left for campaigning for the 11th Sarawak election on May 7th, all parties contesting in the polls, are continuing to work hard to woo voters and wrest the seats that went to their opponents in the last state polls.

For some of the BN candidates, despite facing a tough challenge to win back some of the defeated seats, especially in Chinese-majority constituencies.

They are confident that popularity of the Chief Minister, Tan Sri Adenan Satem, can help swing back the Chinese community's support to the ruling coalition.