Reunions and revelry hold deep meaning

Chan Leon Chong (seated, centre), 88, carrying 14-month-old Dycent Chan Zi Hao at the Chan family reunion dinner ar SRJK(C) Li Hwa in Butterworth, Penang. — Filepic

IT IS the same story every year as Chinese New Year brings with it the hustle and bustle associated with the festivities.

This includes traffic jams on major highways to mark the exodus and influx of city folk to and from their hometowns.

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