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Setting sail for the ‘Green Wave’

KINILENS | A giant replica of a ship is ready to ride the “Green Wave” in Kampung Charok Kudung, Kedah.

Over 20 volunteers from the village took almost two weeks to construct the replica using bamboo and wood as a gimmick for the upcoming state election.

The 70-foot-long and 12-foot-wide ship is also adorned with the flags of Perikatan Nasional and PAS.

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