The ashes of Chin Peng will likely be kept for remembrance in four southern villages where his Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) comrades resettled after the 1989 peace agreement, sources said Sunday.
Relatives and mourners stand in front of a portrait of former Malayan Communist Party leader Chin Peng during his funeral at a temple in Bangkok on Sept 20, 2013. (Reuters Photo)
Chin Peng’s funeral at Wat That Thong temple has become a solemn reunion of relatives and descendants from Malaysia and Australia of the elusive leader of the defunct CPM.
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