After the 1969 riots, the Chamber continued to be a champion of Chinese education and Nanyang University. It was a major group which promoted the Speaking Mandarin Campaign and the reform of Chinese practical writings, triggering many Chinese cultural and literary activities in 1980s.
A “speak more Mandarin” poster made by the“Selangor and Kuala Lumpur’s Speaking Mandarin Campaign Committee” in 1980.
A group photo of the Chamber’s council member Ng Teck Fong (seated fifth from right) and executive secretary Foo Soon Chong (seated fifth from left), together with the winners of the Chamber sponsored “Sixth Selangor’s Secondary School Chinese Debate Competition” held in Ampang on 3 August 1980.
In the 1950s, KLSCCCI led the Selangor Nanyang University Committee and raised a total of 170,000 dollars for Nanyang University.