It makes sen-se for festive beggars

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  • Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019

A ‘beggar’ sitting by the roadside leading up to the famous Jade Emperor Pavilion getting anangpow from a visitor. — Photo: LIM BENG TATT/The Star

A LONG line of people ‘welcomed’ me as I went by motorcycle up the steep road leading to the Jade Emperor Pavilion near the foot of Penang Hill.

There were young kids who just started walking, adults who looked lifeless and senior citizens on crutches.

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