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GEORGE TOWN: Malaysians from all races greeted each other before exchanging oranges and participating in various activities during the Chinese New Year celebration hosted by the Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association Penang at the Penang Youth Centre in Lebuh Acheh.
THE festive mood was clearly in the air at SJK (C) Lick Hung as the pupils were seen wearing colourful clothes all over the school.
SEGi University held a grand Lunar New Year celebration on Wednesday morning in the presence of SEGi University chief executive officer Hew Moi Lan (seventh left), vice-chancellor Prof Patrick Kee (eighth left), management, faculty heads and hundreds of students and staff.
BANGI: Housing developer Mah Sing Group Bhd went ahead with its Chap Goh Meh celebration but with precautions.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang is expected to enjoy an optimistic and strong economy this year based on the annual Chneah Hoay (flame-watching) ceremony at Hai Choo Soo Temple in Tanjung Tokong.
GEORGE TOWN: The Esplanade came alive with an air of festivity and gaiety to mark the Chap Goh Meh celebration.
BANGI: The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak has forced several Chinese New Year events to be cancelled, but Mah Sing Group Bhd decided to continue with its grand open house for Chap Goh Mei with several precautionary actions taken at its sales gallery in Southville City here Saturday (Feb 8).
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The business event at the Grand Hyatt Singapore that has been linked to at least five coronavirus cases in three countries was hosted by a global gas analysis company with offices in Europe and Asia.
TODAY marks the last day of Chinese New Year – also known as Chap Goh Mei. But that doesn’t mean celebrations and festivities have to end. Since CNY is about the celebration of people, reunions and the joy in giving, it is only befitting for Gamuda Land – one of Malaysia’s top property developers – to celebrate CNY at its participating developments.
IPOH: A surau at Taman Pengkalan Utama here has been censured by the Perak Islamic Religious Department (JAIPk), after a Chinese New Year celebration was held there.