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THOSE looking for gift ideas for relatives they are about to meet at their family’s reunion dinner may want to consider a box of sticky rice cakes and assorted Chinese pastries.
AS we usher in the Year of the Dog this Chinese New Year, we ought to remind ourselves exactly why this loyal and affectionate creature is widely regarded as man’s best friend.
IN the lead-up to Malaysia’s first ever international G-ranked taekwondo tournament, Taekwondo Malaysia will be hosting a nationwide series of fun run events to raise awareness of the plight of refugees.
THE tradition of saying specific prosperous wishes out loud as each ingredient is added to the yee sang is something diners look forward to during the lunar new year.
TRADERS will no longer be charging 20 sen for non-biodegradable plastic bags in Kajang and surrounding townships because the bags will be banned for good this year.
VOLUNTEERS from three highway concessionaires pitched in to bring festive cheer to 27 senior citizens of Sentosa Nursing Home in Klang.
ONE of the highlights of Chinese New Year Eve reunion dinners in Malaysia is the yee sang toss, and Sunway Resort Hotel and Spa seems to have taken their unique yee sang to the next level this year.
HAVING a passion for serving others is what led Lions Club of Petaling Jaya Metro (PJ Metro) past president Shirley Koh Chai Khim to faithfully serve the club. Shirley was a Leo Club member for 16 years before moving on to Lions Club, where she has served for 29 years.
KAJANG Municipal Council (MPKj) will make the Kajang Local Draft Plan 2035 available for public viewing soon so that stakeholders can give their feedback.
TUNG Yuen Chinese Restaurant at Grand BlueWave Hotel, Shah Alam, has brought back its Chinese New Year offerings, allowing Muslims to savour halal poon choy as well as join in the tossing of yee sang to usher in the new year.