Taipei’s Pak­istani com­mu­nity marks In­de­pen­dence Day with cel­e­bra­tion

The China Post - - LOCAL -

The Pak­istani com­mu­nity in Taipei cel­e­brated Pak­istan’s In­de­pen­dence Day on Aug. 14 and had an Eid Mi­lan party to­gether.

The venue of the event was Taipei Grand Mosque. It was a huge get-to­gether of Pak­istani ex­pats, Pak­istani em­i­grants with their fam­i­lies and kids, fans of Pak­istan in Tai­wan as well as Pak­istani stu­dents study­ing at dif­fer­ent Tai­wanese univer­si­ties and many lo­cal Tai­wanese friends. The cel­e­bra­tions in­cluded the singing of Pak­istan’s na­tional an­them, pa­tri­otic songs and a spread of Pak­istani del­i­ca­cies.

The event also hon­ored mem­bers, the co­or­di­na­tors and the man­age­ment of the Ramadan Com­mit­tee (which man­aged ar­range­ments for the month of Ramadan — the Is­lamic month of fast­ing — less than a month ago) for their help and dili­gence in serv­ing around 300 to 400 Mus­lims ev­ery day dur­ing that month.

Cour­tesy of Muham­mad Mu­jahid

The Pak­istani com­mu­nity in Taipei marks Pak­istan’s In­de­pen­dence Day on Fri­day, Aug. 14.

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