KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 (Xinhua) -- Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok attended an advisory council meeting on Tuesday, saying that he hopes that all Malaysians would be taken care of under the new government.
"All of us wish our country well, and we hope the people are taken care of," the 94-year-old billionaire told reporters after attending a Council of Eminent Persons meeting in Kuala Lumpur for the first time.
Kuok is one of the council members which was tasked by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to advice on the country's economic and financial matters following Mahathir's electoral victory on May 9.
Kuok didn't reveal the details of the meeting but said that Malaysians should trust the other council members due to their professionalism.
He also said that he may not able to attend the meeting too often as he is living in China's Hong Kong.