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KLANG councillors in charge of Sentosa and Pandamaran want to educate residents to bring down the number of dengue cases.
FRONTLINERS at University Malaya Medical Centre and two other hospitals were treated to a traditional Chinese New Year dinner by social enterprise Kembara Kitchen.
GEORGE TOWN: The spike in demand for laptops and personal devices from those having to work or study at home has led to a shortage of supply.
PETALING JAYA: The “show” must go on with new norms headlining. In this case, the Chinese New Year reunion dinner with strict adherence to the SOP.
When the Covid-19 outbreak and MCO battered their finances, this family quickly turned to their passion for food to make ends meet.
IT HAS become a rarity to find good handmade kao yu (king mackerel) fish paste noodles in the Klang Valley, as more and more stalls have forgone the traditional, time-consuming method of making the fish paste by hand.
CHINESE New Year (CNY) falls on Feb 12 this year. Besides malls and weekend fairs, entrepreneurs also have the option of setting up stalls at places designated by local councils.
QUAYSIDE Mall in twentyfive.7, Kota Kemuning attracted a sizeable crowd at its opening over the weekend.
HARVEY Norman celebrated the grand opening of its first standalone store in the Klang Valley, its 25th outlet in the country.