Soup kitchen doles out festive cheer to the homeless


PETALING JAYA: Chinese New Year celebrations kicked off in earnest last night and the next few days will see Malaysians from all races and walks of life celebrating the occasion.

Even street people had a taste of the festive season, thanks to Pertiwi Soup Kitchen.

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