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CAPRINE replicas, vibrant blooms and oriental motifs are everywhere as establishments around Penang count down the final two days to Chinese New Year and the start of the goat’s reign.
Miri: Chinese schools in Sarawak should find ways to encourage more bumiputra students to undertake Chinese education.
THE STATE Non-Islamic Affairs Department recently organised a half-day talk themed “How To Teach Primary School History” for over 300 teachers in Chinese primary schools throughout Perak.
BRIGHT red lanterns bearing the auspicious words heng, ong and huat in gold-coloured lettering seem to be the rage this Chinese New Year. The words symbolise fortune, luck and wealth in Hokkien.
MIRI: The Chinese business and industrial communities in this state have played pivotal roles in helping Sarawak and Malaysia to move forward in development, especially during economically challenging times, said Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem.
IN Keeping with the Year of the Wood Goat, a majority of Chinese New Year menus this year will feature mutton or lamb. But Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Chinese restaurant Xin Cuisine is staying true to traditional tastes and flavours.
KLUANG: The town’s 26 Chinese associations and cultural groups have been urged to involve themselves actively in the state’s development.