First ‘death festival’ in Malaysia


Chuo Siong speaking about My Death Fest which will begin tomorrow.

WHEN the late Datuk Choo Ching Hwa retired from the political scene in the 1980s, two critical community functions caught his attention – ageing and death care.

About 30 years ago, he started with the more difficult one – death care – with the opening of Xiao En Memorial Park in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.

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