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Consumerism: Good or Bad?

May 1, 2017
Consumerism: Good or Bad?

I was in Singapore recently and also during the week before Lunar New Year. On both occasions, I observed that there were a lot of shoppers and diners at the crowded shopping malls, and this is prevalent in both Singapore and Malaysia. From the above observations, a lot of consumerism is going on and...

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A Muhibbah Celebration: The Lantern Festival Charity Bazaar

Nov 6, 2016
A Muhibbah Celebration: The Lantern Festival Charity Bazaar

Dear friends, The Lantern Festival, more widely known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, falls on the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar, with a full moon at night. During the Lantern Festival, children celebrate with processions of paper lanterns while the adults enjoy mooncakes with their friends and families. In ancient times, the festival celebrated...

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Chinese New Year shopping!!

Mar 26, 2014
Chinese New Year shopping!!

Every year, before the Chinese New Year celebrations begin, I like to treat my students out on a little shopping trip. Just like all the other festive celebrations, there are many traditions associated with Chinese New Year (CNY). The concept of "out with the old, in with the new" applies to everything during CNY......

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Kechara Oasis & Kechara Paradise Official Opening

Aug 16, 2011
Kechara Oasis & Kechara Paradise Official Opening

On the 30th of July, it was the official opening of Viva Home mall, Cheras. At the same time, both Kechara Paradise (KP) and Kechara Oasis (KO) had their official opening!...

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Shopping Is Dharma

Jan 28, 2011
Shopping Is Dharma

Yesterday, I took my students shopping for Chinese New Year! It is customary to wear new clothes on the first day of Chinese New Year as it symbolizes a fresh new start to the new year...

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