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Ipoh Car-Free Day: World Book Day

Apr 24, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150

The 18th edition of Ipoh Car-Free Day had the theme of “World Book Day”, which was coincidentally observed on the same day, April 23. In accordance with the theme, both Tun Razak Library and Perak State Public Library made their presence felt by trying to encourage the reading habit among the community. Besides setting up […]

French car maker Renault just launched its new locally assembled (CKD) Captur this week and Ipoh folk have the opportunity to take it for a spin at the one and only Perak Renault Showroom in Ipoh Garden South (next to Petron). Also launched simultaneously is the CBU Renault Koleos SUV, which is also available for ... continue reading »

After almost an hour of drawing the names of lucky winners for 28 sets of prizes, it was down to two participants who have yet to win a prize. On the line were a Modenas MR1 motorcycle and the grand prize of a Proton Saga 1.3MT. Who wins what? It was such an intense moment, ... continue reading »

One of the early days office complex known as Wisma Chye Hin in Ipoh Old Town is undergoing a major transformation to relive the good ol' days of Ipoh during the 1960s through the 1980s. The five-storey building, including ground floor and rooftop, is given a new lease of life by its owners, who would also ... continue reading »

Ever since a chance meeting with Dr Lim Su Min of Urban Sketchers Singapore two or three years ago during my trip to the Little Red Dot, I became interested in the movement. So, when I found out that Urban Sketchers Ipoh is celebrating its first anniversary and hosting an exhibition-cum-charity event, obviously, I had to ... continue reading »

HANDS On Tour [H.O.T.] 2017 @ Ipoh

Apr 16, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150

With a play of lighting, fluid dance moves and most of all, rhythmic drum beats, the award-winning, renowned Malaysian percussion ensemble, Hands Percussion, put on a solid two-hour performance to mesmerise Ipoh audience last evening. Hands Percussion was established twenty years ago, originating with the traditional ‘24 Festive Drums’. With the passage of time, the ensemble's ... continue reading »

A Thai Buddhist temple in Ipoh Garden East, Wat Puthanimittam is home to the 33ft. (10m) tall Lord Shakyamuni Buddha statue sitting in a lotus position. This magnificent Lord Shakyamuni Buddha statue, made of fibre glass and concrete, was consecrated on 1st May, 2011. On Wesak Day, which is observed by Buddhists in Malaysia on 10th ... continue reading »

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