Malacca, Malaysia | Asia Samachar | 10 May 2015
Students from the Punjabi Education Centre (PEC) of Malacca entertained their mothers and teachers with a two-hour presentation at Gurdwara Sahib Malacca yesterday.
They recited kavita, performed a drama and sang songs, all in appreciation of the mothers’ role.
“They had put in a lot of effort,” said one of the mothers present.
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