Celebrating our own river

Neevindrran (centre, in black) and his cousin Kaallivvindran (wearing cap) blowing the didgeridoo during the Prai River Fest 2019 in Taman Ampang Jajar in Butterworth. — Photos: MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star

THE afternoon heat and evening showers did not stop over 5,000 people from enjoying the Prai River Fest in Taman Ampang Jajar in Butterworth, Penang.

Visitor Neevindrran Narendran, 13, was among the crowd who got to play the didgeridoo, a north Australian wind instrument.

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