Convent Bukit Nanas celebrates its 120th anniversary


The alumni of Convent Bukit Nanas will be holding their anniversary dinner on July 27. - File photo

CONVENT Bukit Nanas, Kuala Lumpur, (CBN) went all out to celebrate turning 120-years-old last month during its Founder’s Day.

The school, located atop one of the few green areas in the nation’s capital, was filled with festive cheer on the day with plenty of performances, balloons and even the “Happy Birthday” song sung in French, English and Bahasa Malaysia.

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