Malaysian Fans Commemorate Michael Jackson

July 1, 2009 Updated: July 2, 2009
Fan imitates Michael Jackson‘s dance move. (The Epoch Times)
Fan imitates Michael Jackson‘s dance move. (The Epoch Times)

PETALING JAYA, Malaysia—Hundreds Michael Jackson fans gathered to commemorate the ‘King of Pop’ outside the One Utama shopping mall in Petaling, Jaya on June 28.

The activity, organized by SONY BMG recording company, gave fans a chance to pay their tribute to the recently deceased superstar.

A one minute silent tribute kicked off the series of programs.

Later, a compilation of Michael Jackson music videos, concerts, and interviews were played on the big screen. Fans were captivated and cheered when they saw his signature dance moves.

Some hardcore fans, dressed like Jackson, danced and sang his tunes to entertain the crowd. The outstanding performances garnered approving shouts and applause as though they were actually seeing Jackson on stage.

The organizer also prepared a giant white board for fans to write their messages to Jackson.

The activity didn’t lack for touching moments. Hundreds of fans carried lit candles as they sang together the star's most popular songs including "Man In The Mirror," "You Are Not Alone," and "Heal The World."

Fan imitates Michael Jackson‘s dance move. (The Epoch Times)
Fan imitates Michael Jackson‘s dance move. (The Epoch Times)
Two fans dress like Michael Jackson. (The Epoch Times)
Two fans dress like Michael Jackson. (The Epoch Times)
Fans write messages on the white board for Michael Jackson. (The Epoch Times)
Fans write messages on the white board for Michael Jackson. (The Epoch Times)
Fans sing Michael Jackon‘s songs to pay tribute to the ‘King of Pop.’ (The Epoch Times)
Fans sing Michael Jackon‘s songs to pay tribute to the ‘King of Pop.’ (The Epoch Times)