OC Weekly Goes To “A Taste of Malaysian Christmas” in Anaheim

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 14, 2015
The Weekly was invited to “A Taste of Malaysian Christmas” last Friday evening at the Anaheim Hilton. The event was hosted by MATRADE (The Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation), whose aim is to promote Malaysian goods—particularly its...
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