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Ipoh’s Little India

Nov 5, 2010 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Landmarks, Photos - Olympus SP-550UZ
Ipoh Little India

Even as the Prime Ministers of Malaysia and India launched the new Little India in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur on 27th October, 2010, let's not forget that Ipoh has her very own Little India as well. I visited Ipoh's Little India yesterday afternoon in conjunction with Deepavali (or Diwali to some), and not surprisingly, even under ... continue reading »

ISPCA Food Fair Fundraising Charity Event

Nov 1, 2010 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events
ISPCA

Although I no longer keep pets, animals are still close to my heart. If it's the same with you, perhaps you would be interested to know that ISPCA (Ipoh Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is holding a charity food fair and fundraising event on 7th November, 2010 at St. John Ambulance Hall ... continue reading »

Stadium Indera Mulia indoor stadium

When I found out that there will be a "PC fair" at the end of this month, honestly, I wasn't very excited. I have come to associate all these fairs as "dumping grounds" where the cheap stuff are products that are on the verge of being obsolete and the new stuff, well, they are still ... continue reading »

Origami 101 With Japanese Origami Masters

Oct 25, 2010 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - iPhone
origami heart

As mentioned in my previous post on origami, I am revealing my own origami efforts in a separate post. These are what I folded at the Origami Demonstration and Workshop. We were fortunate to have the Workshop conducted by three Japanese Origami Masters, as mentioned: Mr. Makoto Yamaguchi, Ms. Eiko Matsuura and Ms. Miyuki Kawamura. I ... continue reading »

origami flowers

I don't think many people remember that Ipoh is Fukuoka's sister city. There aren't many things Japanese in Ipoh except for the Japanese Garden and an occasional touch of Japanese culture in Kinta City. So when I found out that Japan Foundation (KL) will be holding an Origami Demonstration and Workshop at the Perak State Library, ... continue reading »

preparing the fire pit

Yes, I made a second trip to Tow Boh Keong Chinese temple in Ipoh last evening, on the ninth day of the ninth moon on the Chinese Lunar Calendar, to witness the fire walking ceremony. Prior to last evening's event, I have only witnessed it once years ago also at Tow Boh Keong temple ... continue reading »

Tow Boh Keong, Ipoh, Perak

Although the Nine Emperor Gods (Chinese: Jiu Wang Ye. Hokkien: Kau Ong Yah) Festival started on Friday last week (first day of the ninth moon of the Chinese Lunar Calendar), I only managed to go to the temple this morning, the 4th day, to pray. If you are familiar with Taoism, this annual festival lasts ... continue reading »

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