妈祖下南洋 重走海丝路 马六甲


Mazu's travel to Nanyang begins a new march of the Maritime Silk Road.

A friend happen to take this photo yesterday afternoon which show the sky above Heng Ann Association, Melaka. She posted it in the whatsapp.

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When this photograph was taken, it was 6:45 pm.

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This photograph was taken during the sunset which toned the whole scene before the 1,000 years old scented Mazu travel though some roads within Melaka.


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There are seas of heads and they lined the roads for ends to ends.


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The Bukit Gedong Road is fully occupied by participants, a scene unusual on working days. 


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This man on the trishaw is my friend, Kong Tong.


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Two St. John Ambulance vans are on the standby in case first-aid is needed and they offer assistance to a participant on Parameswara Road in front of the CHIJ.

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When the sun almost set, the procession begins.


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The procession has reached the Poh San Teng Temple in Bukit Cina or The Chinese Hill, a burial ground, the largest outside China.


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Beyond the traffic-light and the signboard, is Temenggong Road and its old name is Egerton Road.


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The procession reached the intersection of Bendahara Road and Munshi Abdullah Road near to Ramada Plaza Hotel.


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