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About 145 kids from four children's homes in and around Ipoh were treated to a delicious breaking of fast dinner, whilst being entertained by popular local artistes: Yazid Izaham, Fara Hezel and Aiman Tino. One of the songs by Yazid Izaham was, Tak Pernah Mengalah, his latest single. Fun fact, Aiman Tino is the younger brother ... continue reading »

What a fun shopping outing it was for the sixty orphans, as seen on their cheerful faces. The children, aged 4 to 17 years from Pertubuhan Badan Kebajikan Anak-anak Yatim Darussalam, were accompanied to Econsave Hypermarket in Bercham to shop for Hari Raya apparel last Thursday. The kids were allowed to select clothes of their choice, ... continue reading »

Wesak Day is observed on May 19 (Sunday) this year. This holy day of devotion is also known as “Lord Buddha’s birthday” although it is a day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and passing of Lord Guatama Buddha. Widely celebrated in Malaysia by Buddhists, temples and wats are open early for devotees to offer their ... continue reading »

Wesak Day is observed on 19th May (Sunday) this year. This holy day of devotion is also known as “Lord Buddha’s birthday” although it is a day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and passing of Lord Guatama Buddha. Widely celebrated in Malaysia by Buddhists, temples and wats are open early for devotees to offer their ... continue reading »

A Thai Buddhist temple in Ipoh Garden East, Wat Puthanimittam is home to the 33ft. (10m) tall Lord Shakyamuni Buddha statue sitting in a lotus position. This magnificent Lord Shakyamuni Buddha statue, made of fibre glass and concrete, was consecrated on 1st May, 2011. On Wesak Day, which is observed by Buddhists in Malaysia on 19th ... continue reading »

It's the tradition of Syeun Hotel Ipoh to usher in the Lunar New Year and celebrate it in grand style on the 3rd lunar day and 2019 is no exception. International champion troupe from Ipoh Chinese Chin Woo Athletic Association brought in four lions and a golden dragon, putting up a flawless lion & dragon dance ... continue reading »

Sherin’s Nyonya Affair

Jan 19, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Personalities, The Malay Mail Newspaper

Although not of Peranakan descent, Sherin Ng Lay Hwa was so interested in its culture that she felt frustrated when she was living in Ipoh. Unable to express her love for its culture and heritage as there were no outlets to express them, without friends who shared the same passion to the point of feeling ... continue reading »

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