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Ching Ming

Ching Ming celebrators urged to comply with SOPs

MIRI: Families who will be visiting the cemeteries or columbariums to pay their respects to their dearly departed in conjunction with Ching Ming Jie or Chinese All Souls Day have been urged to stagger their visiting times and strictly...

Ching Ming — a time to remember the dearly departed

BY CRYSTAL WONG The Ching Ming Festival, also known as "Tomb Sweeping Day", is a practice by the Chinese to visit and clean their ancestors' graves every year. It will last for 20 days — 10 days before April 4,...

Lee spells out guidelines for Ching Ming in Miri

MIRI: Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin has discouraged people from Marudi and Long Lama from coming to Miri for Ching Ming Jie or Chinese All Souls Day as inter-zone movement is not permitted. The minister-in-charge of Miri Divisional Disaster...

Comply with SOPs during Ching Ming

KUCHING:Those who will be visiting cemeteries during the ‘ChingMing’ festival or Chinese All Souls Day will have to comply with the restriction of no more than eight members of a family in attendance. However, according to the standard operating procedures...

‘Ching Ming’ tomb visits allowed

KUCHING: The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) has announced that the Chinese will be allowed to visit cemeteries during the ‘Ching Ming’ festival (special Chinese day for the remembrance of ancestors or All Souls Day).  “This directive is effective from...
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