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THE century-old Johor Ancient Temple in Johor Baru has undergone an RM800,000 facelift that includes the installation of 66 hand-painted porcelain tiles at its main entrance.
THE year 2020 will forever be remembered as the time when a tiny virus caused a global outbreak that upended lives and drastically changed people’s lifestyles and routines all around the world.
WITH face masks now a daily necessity during the Covid-19 pandemic, creative parties are seizing the opportunity to make them trendy.
CONSERVATION works will be carried out to restore the bronze statue of Captain Francis Light, which was defaced by red paint.
Upcoming stamp museum looking for contributors to enrich collection, educate public on mail service.
JOHOR BARU: Chinese cultural museums in downtown Johor Baru hope more visitors and locals will take an interest in local culture and history and visit these places to help them stay open.
KUALA TERENGGANU: The spirit of patriotism and self-identity can be instilled in youths through exposure to history and the struggles of previous generations who fought for religion, race and country.
PONTIAN: Plans are afoot to set up a food and beverage outlet specialising in Bugis traditional food at the Bugis Museum in Taman Rekreasi Sungai Rambah here.
THE management of Kwong Tong Cemetery, one of the biggest Chinese cemeteries in Kuala Lumpur, has objected to the proposal to expand the boundary for the city’s central business district (CBD).(Right) The tomb of Kapitan Yap Ah Loy at the cemetery.