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Che Hor Khor’s annual floral float parade on Oct 5

11th February, 2019

By MICHAEL TEH

PENAMPANG: The Che Hor Khor Moral Uplifting Society (Che Hor Khor) will continue with its efforts to promote racial unity and religious harmony in the state, through the hosting of its annual floral float parade this year. It will be held on the 5th of October, starting at 6pm.

The organising of the said event is also in conjunction with the Society’s 17th anniversary celebration, and Head of State, Tun Juhar Mahiruddin’s 66th birthday. On the following day, the Society will also be celebrating the 15th anniversary of its natural disaster cum medical service bureau.

Announcing this was President of Che Hor Khor, Wong Sound Sing while speaking at its Pesta Ang Pow held at its premises at Kg Kobusak, here, on Sunday.

He thus urged its members and supporters to actively come forward to support the said events.

Meanwhile, in her brief speech, Jannie Lasimbang, the Assistant Minister of Law and Native Affairs commended Che Hor Khor for its dedication towards promoting the noble values and cultures of the Chinese community, such as unity and harmony, moral values, filial piety, etc among the young and old.

“Che Hor Khor is also well known for their charitable works as well and ever willing spirit to lend a helping hand in improving the social welfare of the needy in Sabah, like providing financial aid to the families of those mountain guides who perished in the earthquake a few years back; to the fire victims of Penampang and Kudat schools hostels, and et cetera,” she added.

She later joined the other guests in the ‘Lou Sang’ to mark the Chinese New Year celebration.

Also present at the occasion were Assistant Minister of Education and Innovation, Jennifer Lasimbang; Kota Kinabalu Member of Parliament, Chan Foong Hin; Likas Assemblyman, Tan Lee Fatt; president of Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce, Sabah branch, Datuk Frankie Liew and the organising chairman, Fung Mou Poon.

   
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