Locals and tourists get a taste of nostalgic China at event


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  • Wednesday, 28 Feb 2018

Paper cuttings of various animal zodiacs on display at the Penang Chinese New Year Celebrations at King Street. — Photos: LIM BENG TATT/The Star

LEONG Mei Yeen, 42, gingerly guided the hand of her seven-year-old son as they painted a kah kiak (Hokkien for wooden clogs) at one of the booths at the Penang Chinese New Year Celebrations.

The mother of three said ‘kah kiak’ was one of the familiar items during her childhood in the kampung.

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