BACKGROUND TO MAH FAMILY Mohd Salleh Mah Soo Lan 马 苏蓝 was of 回族Hui descent. He was the only son of very strict Hui parents  born and brought up in Shanghai. His parents were doing business in Shanghai. When World War 2 broke out and the Japanese occupied  SouthEast Asia, Salleh Mah sailed to Singapore to 继续阅读
IN MEMORIAM     Bro Jaafar Mah was one of the pioneers of Muslim Converts Association Singapore (MCAS) He served the association as a Council Member from 1991 to 1995, in his capacity as one of the registrars for conversion, coaching converts in Islamic practices.     Bro Jaafar Mah met the President of China Muslim 继续阅读

The fragrant, oily but not greasy zongzi is the favorite of the Chinese, but for Chinese Muslims in Singapore, it is very difficult to find halal and delicious zongzi. In order to let Chinese Muslims eat delicious zongzi, the Singapore Huihui Cultural Association held an online live broadcast during the Dragon Boat Festival to teach zongzi

Eid-ul-Fitr, also known as the Festival of Breaking the Fast, is a significant religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide. Recently, a magnificent Eid-ul-Fitr celebration was organized, bringing together families and communities to mark the end of Ramadan with joy, gratitude, and festivities. The recent Eid-ul-Fitr celebration was a memorable event that united communities, celebrated diversity, and 继续阅读