Tai Pak Gong Tenom Gets 4 Units Of Lion Heads For Chinese New Year

Bryan Chew (2nd right) and Mok (3rd left) with Kapitan Yong (3rd right) and  Chong (2nd left) with the lion's heads.
Bryan (2nd right) and Mok (3rd left) with Kapitan Yong (3rd right) and Chong (2nd left) with the lion’s heads.

The Tai Pak Gong Temple Tenom received four units of ‘lion heads’ from entrepreneurs Bryan Chew and Mok Sau Ngen, which would go to their Lion Dance Troupe, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year.

The handover was held at the same time as ‘opening the lions’ eyes’ ceremony carried out at the Temple ground. It was witnessed by the Chairman of Tai Pak Gong Tenom, Kapitan Yong Yaw Chen and his deputy Chong Vun Kiong.

Yong expressed his appreciation and thanks to Bryan and Mok for their contribution to the temple’s dance troupe.

Bryan officiating the 'opening the Lion's eyes' ceremony on his donated 'lion's head'.
Bryan officiating the ‘opening the Lion’s eyes’ ceremony on his donated ‘lion’s head’.

According to Bryan, he presented two units of ‘Lion head’ annually so the Tai Pak Gong Lion Dance Troupe.

“This is one of my corporate social responsibilities, with my friend, Mok”, he said.