How will Malaysians be observing Qing Ming amid the Covid-19 pandemic?

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  • Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020

Chinese visit the graves of departed loved ones to pay their respects during Qing Ming festival at Kwong Tong cemetry in Kuala Lumpur. Photo: The Star/Filepic

It remains uncertain when or how Malaysians will perform their Qing Ming rituals this year as Chinese cemeteries and columbariums all over the country are supporting our government’s crisis management efforts by announcing closure and prohibition of public praying activities.

So, StarLifestyle spoke to Malaysians who are mulling over the general advisory from authorities and community leaders to put their Qing Ming plans on hold this year or switch to performing ancestral rites at home.

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