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YELLOW lanterns hung along Cheong Fatt Tze Road (formerly known as Hong Kong Street) in Penang has been giving the stretch a luminous glow every evening.
EACH year, a festive mood prevails in Hong Kong Street, Penang, as thousands of devotees visit the Tow Boh Keong Temple to celebrate the Kew Ong Yeah (Nine Emperor Gods) Festival.
THOUSANDS of devotees braved the rain to send off the Kew Ong Yeah (Nine Emperor Gods) to mark the end of the nine-day festival.
KULIM: It was a tense moment as Wong Chern Kang, who was dripping wet with sweat, sat cross-legged on a wooden board placed across an enclosed giant steamer for more than half an hour.
PHUKET: Swords, axe handles, kebab skewers and even a model boat were among the bizarre array of objects pushed through devotees’ cheeks on Sunday as southern Thailand’s gruesome vegetarian festival got under way.