Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri to all Muslims.
As usual, this cat is decorated with a festive theme again. The new thing for this year is the frame which surrounded the cat statue.
SiewPeng and Colin with the cat statue in Raya theme.
The squares in yellow and green are not puzzles but a type of food made of rice called Ketupat.
These are the Ketupats on the cat’s ‘hand’.
This year the cat is wearing a green head wear called Tengkolok (traditional Malay head gear for men), last year it wore the same thing but in brown.
And again I have seen this every year since 3 years ago, – the light.
It is a long public holiday this year because usually there are 2 days off for Hari Raya Aidilfitri and our Malaysia National Day (31 Aug) falls on the 2nd day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri, therefore a replacement holiday is given on the 1st Sept (3 days). That makes three days of public holidays in a row!
If it is a public holiday in your country, what are you doing today?