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Posts tagged 'God of Prosperity'

Create Memories To Be Cherished Through The Year

Feb 7, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events

We're into the Year of the Earth Dog already since 4th Feb, the beginning of Spring, although technically, Chinese New Year is only celebrated on 16th Feb around the world. Well, why wait that long when we can start celebrating right away? If you are hosting a Chinese New Year event and running out of ideas, ... continue reading »

Ipoh Vintage Car Club Chinese New Year Gathering

The Ipoh Vintage Car Club once again organised their annual gathering in conjunction with the Lunar New Year. It was also to celebrate the club's fourth anniversary. With support from hobbyists, enthusiasts and collectors from Kuala Lumpur, this was one of the largest gatherings of the year. The God of Prosperity, whose role was played by Au ... continue reading »

Upper East Tiger Lane CNY Carnival

It was a day of fun and laughter at the sales gallery of Upper East @ Tiger Lane on the second day of the Lunar New Year. For 12 full hours, guests, their family and friends streamed through the gates to participate in a host of activities that were especially lined up for them on this ... continue reading »

YOU Wings “HUAT With YOU” – Spreading CNY Happiness

Feb 23, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Travel
YOU Wings HUAT with YOU

Spreading happiness and prosperity, YOU Wings, the operational partner of Sriwijaya Airlines, which currently serves direct flights from Ipoh to Medan, organised a fun-filled event in Ipoh city on two days recently, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations. Aptly themed "HUAT with YOU", the God of Prosperity, accompanied by two lovely YOU Wings/Sriwijaya Air ... continue reading »

Chinese temple Bintulu Sarawak

This Tua Pek Kong (Tai Pak Kong / God of Prosperity) Taoist temple stands majestically in the centre of Bintulu town, facing the Esplanade, and just a stone's throw away from the market. Believed to be built sometime in the 1890s, the temple is a major landmark of Bintulu town. It underwent its latest major renovation ... continue reading »

Paloh Khoo Miu, Ipoh

May 25, 2012 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Samsung ST600
Paloh Khoo Miu

This Paloh Khoo Miu, or informally known as 'Ipoh Chinese Tai Pak Koong Temple', is 140 years old this year. According to history, the resident God, Tai Pak Koong (God of Prosperity) was first brought to settle at this spot by the bank of Kinta River in 1872 from a temple in Hai Zhu Island, ... continue reading »

Au Young magician

Au Young the clown is a popular figure in Ipoh and its surrounding areas. Who hasn't met him yet, or posed with his clownish Volkswagen Kombi van? While most of us know Au Young as a clown, do you know he is also a magician? I had the opportunity to watch his magic show for the ... continue reading »

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