Chap Goh Meh

KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. Chinese community in Malaysia release the lanterns on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.Pics Shahir Omar
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. Chinese community in Malaysia release the lanterns on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. Chinese community in Malaysia release the lantern on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.Pics Shahir Omar
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. A Chinese community live in Malaysia release the lantern on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. A Chinese girl wrote on the orange on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.Pics Shahir Omar
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. A Chinese girl wrote on the orange on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.                THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. A Chinese girl wrote on the orange on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.Pics Shahir Omar
KUALA LUMPUR , 24/2/2013. A Chinese girl wrote on the orange on the 15th day of Chinese Lunar year. Chap Goh Meh festival celebrated by holding a prayer ceremony on a large scale, in which large joss sticks are burnt and also held a large meal with the family. Burned fireworks and lanterns were lit to celebrate Chap Goh Meh.There will throwing oranges into the sea or river with a prayer for the couple.                 THE MALAY MAIL / SHAHIR OMAR

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