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GEORGE TOWN: The Chinese New Year celebration officially ended on Feb 8 but the “party” went on with an open house organised by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
BEIJING: With plenty of time at home on his hands during the extended Spring Festival break, Leng Yang came up with an innovative idea involving the use of shells from popular Lunar New Year snacks such as pistachios and almonds, along with sunflower seeds.
China’s highest-flying technology startups are struggling to stay afloat after the coronavirus outbreak threatened to paralyse critical venture capital funding.
THE Tanjung MCA division held its Chinese New Year celebration in Penang filled with laughter and strong spirit of camaraderie.
GUESTS had a wonderful time during a Chinese New Year open house held at the bus parking lot near Penang Hill.
RESIDENTS, volunteers, friends and staff members of the Penang Home for the Infirm and Aged enjoyed a scrumptious reunion dinner.
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.
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.
ALLIANZ Malaysia Bhd ushered in the Lunar New Year with a fusion lion dance performance by Kok Ngai Lion Dance Club featuring the kompang (a traditional Malay hand-held drum) and the dhol (usually seen in bhangra performances) at its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.