03 Sep 2021
Ref No: 030921 (3)
03 September 2021 – In lieu of the 7th Lunar Month, ASPRI conducted a closed prayer session at the Trade Association (TA) Hub, marking the 24th year that the Association has celebrated this occasion. Similar to last year’s, the prayers this year were done in observance of the COVID-19 Safe Management Measures (SMM).
In the morning, Executive Council (EC) members, staff, and members of ASPRI gathered at the basement of TA Hub to observe the 7th Lunar Month prayers. To promote safe distancing and prevent overcrowding, each member companies were designated a different prayer time slot. This ensured the safety of everyone and minimise any potential transmission of COVID-19 by reducing the number of people that were present at any given moment.
The prayer sessions were conducted by the Taoist priest-in-charge, Mr Koh Kim Tean. After the prayer sessions were concluded, Mr Koh led everyone to the TA Hub carpark where he initiated the burning of joss papers.
ASPRI would like to thank our members and the vendors involved in making this event possible. Albeit different from the celebration of previous years, we were still grateful to catch up with our loyal members and see their faces after a long time.
Our Warmest Regards,