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Christmas Roundup 2019

 
Quest International University (QIU)
Students perform a dance with the flags of their native countries during the ‘Merry Ho-Holiday Gathering’ celebration
Carollers from Ipoh’s St Thomas’ Church boosted the Christmas spirit during the celebration
It wasn’t only students performing during the ‘Merry Ho-Holiday Gathering’ celebration, as staff from QIU’s Student Affairs division and the International Student Office also joined the festivities
QIU Chief Operating Officer Nicholas Goh (second from right) enjoying the festivities with QIU Registrar Muhammad MG Omar (right), QIU Director of Academic Affairs Prof Dr Tina Lim (left), and Director of Student Affairs Assoc Prof Dr Gurdip Kaur (second from left)
 
HOPE Worldwide Malaysia (Ipoh)
HOPE worldwide Malaysia (Ipoh) held a Christmas lunch at the YMCA on 21 December 2019 for 80 orphanages from various homes in Ipoh.

 
Perak State Christmas Celebration
The first-ever Perak State Christmas Celebration, jointly organised by the state government and churches around Perak took place at Stadium Indera Mulia on 21 December 2019.

 
Christmas Carnival
The three Catholic churches in Ipoh, St Michael’s, Our Lady of Lourdes and Our Mother Of Perpetual Help, held their Christmas celebration on 19 December 2019.

 
Canning Garden Methodist Church
A group of cell group members from Canning Garden Methodist Church gave the patients at the Hope Haemodialysis Centre some Christmas joy through a series of Christmas carols.

 

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