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beyond ketupat kimchi

Ipohites had a rare treat last Saturday, with the Malaysia-Korea cultural exchange collaboration, Beyond Ketupat & Kimchi. Besides an art exhibition where artwork from Malaysians and Korean artist, (George) Kim Tae Hoo, were showcased, the programme culminated with a 2-hour long Malaysian-Korean dance extravaganza. The Korean dances were by national traditional dance troupe, Branch 2 Dance, ... continue reading »

Veerasingam Deepavali Open House

This Deepvali Open House hosted by Y.B. Dato' S. Veerasingam, Special Adviser to Perak Chief Minister, was one of the open houses I attended on the first day of Deepavali. It was held at the Ipoh City Hall. Looking through my blog post on last year's Deepavali open house, this year's somehow did not seem as ... continue reading »

Piala Datuk Bandar Ipoh 2012

The recent Mayor's Cup 2012 received good response, I guess because it's a national-rated chess tournament. It attracted some 164 players. It was jointly organised by Persatuan Catur Daerah Kinta (PUNCAK) and Classical Chess, with the co-operation of Ipoh City Council. The Mayor's Cup, with Ipoh City Mayor (Datuk Bandar Ipoh) Dato' Hj. Roshidi Hj. ... continue reading »

Pameran Kesultanan Perak

Feb 3, 2012 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
Pameran Kesultanan Perak Dari 1874

An exhibition on the Perak Sultanate is currently held at Ipoh City Hall (opposite Ipoh Railway Station). It showcases the backgrounds of nine Sultans of Perak, since 1874 from Sultan Abdullah Muhammad Shah II Ibni Almarhum Sultan Jaafar Muazzam Shah to the current Sultan of Perak Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Yusuf Izzuddin ... continue reading »

executive talk Tun Dr Mahathir

Tun Dr. Mahathir, the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, came to Ipoh recently to give a talk entitled "Transformasi PBT Melangkah Ke Hadapan". PBT stands for Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan, or in English, Local Government. So to loosely translate the topic to English, it is "Transformation required by the local government to progress". Even though I had ... continue reading »

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