Hall’s gaudy LED lights a turn-off for the public

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  • Monday, 21 Aug 2017


THE LED lights put up at the Chan She Shu Yuen Clan Ancestral Hall in Kuala Lumpur have been drawing flak from netizens, Oriental Daily reported.

Some netizens complained that the hall looked more like a night club than a historical ancestral building. One said he would not want to bring his friends to visit the building after they put up the glittering LED lights.

Major Chinese dailies quoted the spokesman of the hall as saying that they accepted the opinions and criticisms from the public.

> China Press reported on a road rage incident, where a driver hit another for honking at him for blocking a road in Skudai, Johor.

The attacker fled the scene after the assault on Thursday.

The victim received seven stitches on his head.

Johor Baru North OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Taib Ahmad said initial investigations showed that four people were involved in the incident, which started due to a fight over parking space. He said police were investigating the case but no one had been arrested.

> Hong Kong actor Chapman To Man-chak posted a photo of himself lying on a hospital bed on social media recently, sparking worries among his friends, Sin Chew Daily reported.

The 45-year-old artiste then said he was admitted to hospital due to some stomach ailment.

To, who is married to actress Kristal Tin, also advised his fans to look after their health.

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