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Ipoh, An Eye Opener

Jul 11, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Personalities, The Malay Mail Newspaper

"Searching the internet for major cities to visit in Malaysia and had the results narrowed down to Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Ipoh, I came across a local blog when researching on transportation options to get to Ipoh," shared American Ken Hasner, 56. The Somerset, New Jersey native who was on his first major Southeast Asian solo ... continue reading »

Cutting-Edge Bladesmith

Jul 10, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Personalities, The Malay Mail Newspaper

Setting up his make-shift stall under a parasol umbrella and wearing his trademark straw hat, Lam Kok Sing, 62, is ready for business for the morning. Offering sharpening services for all kinds of tools from the kitchen to garden, from knives to scissors, machete, hoe and garden shears, Lam, who learned the art while working ... continue reading »

Having hung up his walking shoes for a year, it is time for record-making walker G. Deo to put them on again and create even more records. And this time, it will be as a senior citizen. The first walk planned is a backward walk around Penang island on National Day. Despite numerous achievements under his ... continue reading »

Judging Feathered Singers

Jul 2, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Personalities, The Malay Mail Newspaper

As only one of two judges for merbok (zebra dove) singing competitions in Ipoh, Wong Kim Pang, 76, is kept busy with the monthly competitions that are held at a field in Menglembu as part of the panel of judges. For retired civil servant Wong, whose interest in merbok began at the age of 16 in ... continue reading »

Taste of The Old Days

Jul 1, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, The Malay Mail Newspaper

A whiff of sweet aroma greets visitors even before they step foot into this new village house at number 177, Lorong 3 in Gunung Rapat, Ipoh, Perak. As one of only two heong peah (or fragrant biscuit in English) manufacturers still using traditional coconut shell charcoal-fired ovens in Ipoh, possibly even in Malaysia, Seng Kee Food ... continue reading »

Come rain or shine, cobbler Osman Sidek, 58, can be found in his booth at the junction of Jalan Sultan Nazrin Shah and Jalan Rapat Jaya attending to his work. Osman, who relocated to Ipoh about four years ago with his wife Suhaila Shamsuddin, is originally from Selayang, Selangor. The free-spirited cobbler has travelled the whole ... continue reading »

Holding a size 12 needle between his left thumb and forefinger, Lim Tian Seng meticulously stitched one Japanese cut bead after another onto the piece of pattern that he had drawn earlier, that is pegged tightly with a round wood frame. To craft a pair of Peranakan beaded slippers, one needs plenty of creativity and patience, ... continue reading »

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