On Saturdays, some 150 students spend the afternoons at the Wadda Gurdwara Kampung Pandan in Kuala Lumpur to study the Punjabi language.
After being dropped at the Kuala Lumpur gurdwara compound, they make their ways into the air-conditioned containers that act as their classes.
On the Sunday of Feb 24, 2019, the students, teachers and parents gathered again, but this time not for the classes run under the banner of the Punjabi Education Centres (PEC). This time around, they came together for a day spent hiking at the Taman Eko Rimba Kanching at Templer’s Park.
They hiked for about 3.5km and then headed for a waterfalls.
The PECs nationwide are supported by the Punjabi Education Trust Malaysia (PETM), the education wing of Khalsa Diwan Malaysia (KDM).
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