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  • Thursday, 15 Feb 2018

‘Air support’ for balik kampung rush

Malaysians are increasingly travelling by air to get home during festive seasons, avoiding the traffic jams that usually greet them on the nation’s highways. Airlines and airports will need to step up to ensure that the gridlock isn’t transferred to air travel, and the Malaysian Aviation Commission will be keeping an eye on them during this CNY season. See your main paper for more.

Heed the hound's truth

The Year of the Dog may not bode well for everyone but feng shui practitioners are urging us to be bold, and to take on challenges wisely. Star2 shares feng shui expert tips, as well as a sneak peek as to how the 12 zodiac signs will fare this year.

Keeping traditions alive

It’s all about CNY! StarMetro speaks to millennials to find out their views on staying true to age-old Chinese New Year beliefs and practices. And yes, millennials feel the pull of family ties too! 

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