For the first time in Malaysia, the fire dragon dance was performed, and it was a privilege for Ipohites to witness it live. Presented at Kinta River Walk by members … Read More
Ipoh Chinese Chinwoo Athletic Association brought early Chinese New Year cheer to the marginalised communities in Ipoh, visiting senior citizens’ homes, orphanages and homes for the disabled, bearing festive goodies, … Read More
Collaborating with Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun Ipoh (Ipoh General Hospital) and Persatuan Bulan Sabit Merah (Red Crescent Society), Ipoh Chinese Chinwoo Athletic Association organised the 87th blood donation campaign-cum-recycling drive … Read More
Malaysia Day (Sept 16th, 2012) was coincidentally the first day of the eighth moon on the Chinese lunar calendar. It being an auspicious day, fifteen couples in Ipoh decided to … Read More
Many people have the misconception that one needs to know martial art in order to be in a lion or dragon dance troupe. It’s good to have a martial art … Read More
While I may have attended quite a number of Parent’s Day functions over these past couple of weeks, the one that stood out for me was this by Ipoh Chinese … Read More
Ipoh Chinese Chinwoo Athletic Association organised a blood donation and recycling campaign one recent morning, for the 83rd time.
While a large group of children are practising kung fu, another group, all girls, were also busy. They were busy with their dance practice. Like the kung fu kids, these … Read More