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Friday, 21-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Selamat Hari Raya Haji

Kid Chan take this opportunity to wish all Muslim friends and all Malaysians : Selamat Hari Raya Haji!

I have also taken an article from on the GREAT significance of this celebration:

Hari Raya Aidiladha
Apart from Aidilfitri, the festival most grandly celebrated by Muslims the world over is Aidiladha. In Malaysia, it is more commonly known as Hari Raya Korban or Hari Raya Haji and a public holiday is observed.

Celebrated about two months after Aidilfitri, on the 10th day of Zulhijah, the 12th month of the Muslim calendar, it marks the end of the haj pilgrimage period (about two weeks); hence the name Hari Raya Haji (festival of the pilgrimage).

Every year millions of Muslims make the journey to the Holy Land of Mecca in Saudi Arabia to perform the haj, a requirement in Islam as it makes up one of the five tenets of the religion. As long as they have the means to do so, and are able health-wise, Muslims must perform the haj at least once in life. Upon completion of the haj, the men earn the title of "haji" and the women, "hajjah".

Aidiladha also commemorates the sacrifices made by the prophet Abraham (hence the word "korban" which means sacrifice), who demonstrated immense faith when he was put to the test by God. The prophet was commanded to offer his only son Ishmael up for sacrifice, and though it grieved him greatly, he made ready to perform the task. However, as he was about to strike his son, God stopped him and revealed that it was a trial. Ishmael's life was spared, and a ram sacrificed in his place.

As such, during Aidiladha, the sacrifice of animals such as lambs, goats, cows, bulls and camels is performed. The animals are slain in accordance with the proper religious rites; the meat is then distributed.

One third of the meat is given to the individual who willingly supplied the animal, while the rest is given to the poor and deserving friends and relatives. It is to be noted that this is not a compulsory religious duty, but an obligation for those who are able to afford it.

The observance of the korban is carried out after the congregational prayers, held early in the morning of Aidiladha. It is not unusual for the slaying to take place within the mosque compound.

The rest of the day is either spent visiting friends and relatives, or entertaining guests at home, as is customary in this multicultural country.

Though in Malaysia the celebration of Aidiladha is relatively solemn compared to Aidilfitri, by no means is it less important, for it is a day when Muslims reaffirm their faith in God, giving thanks for the many blessings that He has bequeathed to them.


Kid Chan, WPJA
+6 (012) 215 9933 @ Sheraton Imperial Hotel, KL

Thursday, 20-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Magazine Features

I was very surprised to received a call from my client Shazalynna today. She informed me that her wedding that i have covered was featured in February's Edition of NONA magazine . She also told me there is a picture of me "Menepung Tawar". Now, that's a first:)

[i]David & Grace[/i]
Also, in this February's Pesona Pengantin, David & Grace Lee that i have showcased on my fotopages earlier is being featured under Sekapur Sirih- David & Grace Bercinta melalui SMS

Wednesday, 19-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Wedding Photography Tip of the Day

Wedding Photography Tip of the Day: Browse through the photographer’s portfolio and discuss with him/her on the packages suitable for your budget. Also, explore on ideas of the style and theme you desire for your wedding day.

Kid Chan, WPJA
+6 (012) 215 9933 @ Sheraton Imperial Hotel, KL

Monday, 17-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
An Indian Wedding (Malayalee) In Malaysia

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The Wedding of Rajini & Pravind

It was definitely a great experience covering the full-fledged wedding of Rajini & Pravind. The SANGEET was particularly memorable with family and friends turning into Bollywood Megastar in celebration of the couple's union.The wedding ceremony was grand with more than 1000 guest congregating at PJ Civic Hall. The settings at Sheraton Imperial were awesome and looks like scenes recreated from DEVDAS. However, the overall feeling of the wedding was like Bend it like Beckham, with relatives from both families returning from UK, Australia & etc etc. I also had the BEST PRAWN dist ever at the reception in Sheraton and belief it or not, it's call PRAWN 69

Added Links:
AVANTIKABeside being the beautiful bride is this edition of our wedding highlight, Rajini is also behind the Avantika label, one of the hottest, fastest-growing collections within the luxury occasion wear arena.Check out their website . The also take orders for custom Bridal wear!

CarcosaI have added Carcosa Sri Negara, Malaysia's Premier Wedding Venue .One of my favourite venue for wedding coverage, a lot of my very memorable wedding was shot here including Paula Malai Ali's to Tengku Kudin. Do check out

Kid Chan, WPJA
+6 (012) 215 9933 @ Sheraton Imperial Hotel, KL

P.S: Quote of the Day: Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you were.
Cherie Carter-Scott, "If Love Is a Game, These Are the Rules"

Wednesday, 12-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
What's New in Wedding Diary?

dear Friends & follow Fotopager,

In case you have not notice, i have added a host of links (under the LINKS column on the left of course). This links are among my favourite and have been bookmark on my PC. Some are not necessarily beautiful, but many are very USEFUL.So feel free, and you may want to bookmark them too.

I have also introduced Quote of the Day. Most will be motivational, inspirational or just some plain cute.Let me know, if you think this dont quite fit in these fotopages.

BTW, I have also updated my photo gallery, I found David Coulthard (former F1 Maclaren Racer) & Paula Malai Ali (taken at her wedding that I covered at Carcosa Sri Negara).

Quote of the day: Positive thinking won't let you do anything but it will let you do everything better than negative thinking will. Zig Ziglar

Kid Chan, WPJA
+6 (012) 215 9933 @ Sheraton Imperial Hotel, KL

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