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KEEPING to tradition is important when planning a festive menu as some diners look forward to savouring Chinese New Year delicacies with symbolic meaning attached to them.
SYDNEY (AFP): A woman died while taking part in a cake-eating competition to celebrate Australia Day, local media reported Monday (Jan 27).
MELAKA: A veteran hotelier has continued his annual tradition of bringing festive joy to the underprivileged here during the Chinese New Year’s festive season.
Although rats have a penchant for secretly munching on food left around, it is almost impossible to find dishes named after the animal, except for Chinese noodles lo shu fun or Silver Needle noodles.
THE best way to make nian gao is still the traditional way, according to housewife Lee Li Yong, 50.
A MELAKA veteran hotelier has continued his annual tradition of bringing festive joy to the underprivileged here during the Chinese New Year festive season.
PETALING JAYA: Federal Territories mufti Datuk Seri Dr Zulkifli Mohamad Al-Bakri continues with his tradition of giving cakes to his Chinese neighbours in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration.
It's back-breaking work but the Goh family persists in making CNY kuih the traditional way.
SHAH ALAM: Growing-up in a multiracial and multireligious community in Teluk Intan taught Farriz Abd Rahman the importance of respecting different cultures and practices.
Refreshing, healthy and enjoyable. That was my first impression of St Regis Kuala Lumpur’s Prosperity Yee Sang, which was probably one of the memorable ones.