Tuen Kong Fook city Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Covid-19 Profile My News Feed Tuen Kong Fook city Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

A different Qing Ming: Malaysians simplify prayer rituals amid movement control order


KUALA LUMPUR: This will be the first time in Mr Tuen Kong Fook’s life that he will not be honouring his family’s ancestors at their final resting place during Qing Ming Festival.

For as long as he can remember, the 78-year-old has been dutifully paying respects to his deceased loved ones on this day. Advertisement Advertisement “Since I was eight or nine years old, I followed my father to Ipoh for Qing Ming, and after he passed away in 1967, we began to offer Qing Ming prayers in Kwong Tong

All news from channelnewsasia.com

The website meaws.com is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

Breaking news
Petition demands ‘Boystown’ in Chicago change its name to be more inclusive
Bullying Harvey Price Was Never Ok, Now He's In Intensive Care, It's Abhorrent
Scooby Doo director says Velma was “explicitly gay” in original script