Recent and archived articles by Jarod Lim
THE BEAUTY of celebrating Chinese New Year in Malaysia for former national walker Yuan Yu Fang lies in the opportunity one gets to admire the different festive scenes.
THE vibrant red colour of Chinese New Year lanterns is said to signify prosperity and good fortune.
THE main atrium of Sunway Velocity Mall was abuzz with festive fanfare as deejays from local Chinese-language radio station 988 entertained the crowd with new Chinese New Year songs.
KNOWING that a selection of special dishes await for the reunion get-together and Chinese New Year is comforting indeed especially when one has to make arrangements for the festive season.
The clever combination of ingredients used in Chinese New Year dishes not only showcases the chef’s creativity in coming up with ideas but also offers diners a fresh festive experience.
GETTING free school supplies is supposed to be a joyful occasion but poorly executed initiatives by a charitable foundation have left some parents and children disappointed.
ILLEGAL rubbish dumping on a vacant land in Taman Taynton View, Kuala Lumpur, has caused environmental damage at the site.
PETALING Street, dubbed Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, used to be the main place to shop for Chinese New Year (CNY) goods before the 1990s.
POLICEMEN living in the staff quarters next to Kepong police station can breathe easier as the faulty water pump system in one of the 12 blocks has been repaired.
KUALA LUMPUR: Housing can be built on the existing Bukit Kiara longhouse footprint in Taman Tun Dr Ismail here if the agenda is not to make a profit, says Segambut MP Hannah Yeoh.