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Topic: Hungry Ghost Festival

The Borneo Post:
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A previous Qiang Gu event at the Siang Ti Temple drew a huge crowd.
Channel NewsAsia:
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GEORGETOWN, Penang: Dozens of bamboo sticks were spread out on the floor within the reach of paper effigy maker Lee Teik Joo, while more were propped against the wall.
Free Malaysia Today:
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PETALING JAYA: DAP will be defeated in the Iskandar Puteri parliamentary seat and would lose 30-40% of the votes if an election is held now, said DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang today.
Malaysiakini:
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Lim Kit Siang has said that DAP would need time to rebuild the trust of supporters and convince the latter they were not betrayed by the party over the recent khat (Jawi calligraphy) controversy.
KiniTV:
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The khat issue continues to haunt DAP with even veteran leader Lim Kit Siangcoming in for some rough treatment at a "Hungry Ghost Festival" event at hisIskandar Puteri constituency in Johor.According...
The Star:
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PETALING JAYA: DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang was seen heckled by the public over the khat issue during a Hungry Ghost Festival event in his constituency on Friday (Aug 9).
The Star:
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PETALING JAYA: DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang was seen heckled by the public over the khat issue during a Hungry Ghost Festival event in his constituency on Friday (Aug 9).
Malaysiakini:
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KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
Malaysiakini:
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The khat issue continues to haunt DAP with even veteran leader Lim Kit Siang coming in for some rough treatment at a "Hungry Ghost Festival" event at his Iskandar Puteri constituency in Johor.
Star TV:
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Self-taught craftsman Gan Kheng Leong took two weeks to build a 9.65m-tall effigy of Tai Su Yeah or King of Hades for the upcoming Hungry Ghost Festival.
The Star:
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SEPANG: Pig farmers have been given two months to adhere to and fully implement biosecurity measures in their farms, says Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industries Minister Sim Tze Tzin.