以马币三百五十万,让谢公司改头换面!

2013年4月4日

世德堂或被简称为谢公司,经历了二百零三年的春秋洗礼,择日谨定于4月4日,举行耗资三百五十万令吉修复工程的动土礼,以开始复原其当初雄伟又古色古香的真面目。

乔治市:众谢氏宗亲举行了一场代代相承的古老祭祀仪式,启动了一项耗费庞大的修复项目,势必让建成于公元1873的谢公司得以整装待发重见天日!

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RM3.5m makeover for Cheah Kongsi

4th April 2013

THE 203-year-old Seh Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi or better known as Cheah Kongsi temple held a special groundbreaking ceremony recently to embark on a RM3.5 million restoration plan to return it to its former glory.

GEORGE TOWN: The Cheah clansmen held a centuries-old ritual practiced by their forefathers to kick start the major reconstruction of the temple since it was built in 1873.

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进行修复后的家庙,将以完整无暇的姿态,切实地傲视人文历史!

进行修复后的家庙,将以完整无暇的姿态,切实地傲视人文历史!

2013年4月3日

世德堂谢公司有槟城最古老家庙之一的美誉,以马币三百五十万动工的修复工程开始,并将于不久后骄傲地向世人展示这间座拥两百年悠久的独特丰富历史。谢公司主席谢瑞发先生言,经过漫长的十八个月修复工程之后的谢公司,将会强化乔治市联合国教科文组织世遗的地标,这也将标志着谢公司开展新的历史里程碑。“谢公司始创于1810年而此地购置于1828年,1858年开始了谢公司祠堂的建设工程,自此祠堂建筑已经被重新装修了好几回。”

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Clanhouse to undergo restoration to ‘remain true to history’

3rd April 2013

ONE of Penang’s oldest clanhouses, the Seh Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi will proudly display its rich two-century-old history under a soon-to-commence RM3.5mil restoration project.

Kongsi chairman Cheah Swee Huat said work on the 18-month project would enhance the George Town Unesco World Heritage site and mark a new phase in the Kongsi’s history.

“The land was only purchased in 1828 but the Kongsi was founded in 1810. Construction of this ancestral temple began in 1858 and the building has since been renovated several times.

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清代烛台被盗走

清代烛台被盗走

2013年3月10日

乔治市:一个至少拥有150年历史极为稀有珍贵的清代烛台,从槟城最古老的祠堂内被盗走。根据谢氏福侯公宗祠的董事会主席谢瑞发指出,被盗走的烛台是属于一整套祭祀设置内被称之为吴宫的一部分,一般而言是放置于祭圣坛上。这起于2月23日的盗窃事件,发生在坐落于本头公巷的一百九十二年历史悠久的祠堂内。

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Qing Dynasty candle stand stolen

10th March 2013

GEORGE TOWN: A priceless Qing Dynasty candle stand that is at least 150 years old has been stolen from Penang’s oldest clan house-cum-temple.

It was part of a prayer set known as the wu gong, typically placed on the altar, said board chairman Cheah Swee Huat of the Cheah Si Hock Haw Kong Kongsi.

The theft took place at its 192-year-old ancestral temple in Armenian Street on Feb 23.

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