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Published on Jun 29, 2010
Puan Munirah recalled the times in the 1950s when her mother would feed poor travellers and vagrants who came to Alor Setar from Thailand. She described how her mother would feel sorry for them and slowly took up the moral duty to feed them.
Feeling indisputably nostalgic, Munirah shared with us her early memories when a Punjabi man would come on a bicycle selling fresh cow's milk in an urn. He would dip his whole arm into the urn..