Only 3 of us participating in the prayers, hubby, eldest daughter and me. There could be more but unfortunately one of my sister-in-law is in Rwanda and could not come back, the other sister-in-law is a muslim and could not participate and my other daughter in Australia and I told her that its not necessary to come back.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Father-in-law last rites
The significant of white cloth at the door. Notice the right side is longer than the left. It denotes the male of the family passed away.
The lantern to signify its the Chang family
The tomb in Thai Bhuddist temple in Taiping. Took the ashes to Taiping in the morning, perform the prayers and then came back. Reached back KL at around 6.30pm. So tiring.