Social media influencers throng Malaysian embassy in Beijing for Musang King Winter Fiesta


BEIJING: Dozens of social media influencers, armed with their cameras, tripods and electronic devices, packed the Malaysian embassy here when they gathered for the Musang King Winter Fiesta.

They were given an in-depth introduction to the King of Fruits, how to differentiate Musang King from other species, the skills required to open a durian, and the dishes and desserts that could be made with the fruit.

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