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THE Chinese community will hold a 1,668-table dinner, believed to be one of the largest functions ever staged in the country, on Saturday in honour of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
It was truly a night to remember. It was a historic night.
A large number of tourists were among thousands of people who watched a deity procession along city roads in Kuching on Friday night.
The Government has approved lion and dragon dance performances for 15 days in conjunction with Chinese New Year, from Jan 22 until I>Chap Goh Mei/Ion Feb 5.
Residents of the Sungai Way Old Folks Home had a VIP treat when members of the Association of Wives of Ministers and Deputy Ministers (Bakti), led by its president Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood, visited them.
Come Chinese New Year, the 'lions' of the Hin Hua Chinese independent secondary school will awaken to usher in good tidings for patrons and bring in some much-needed funds for the school.
The Chinese community ushered in the Year of the Monkey with great joy and festivity. In keeping with the rich Malaysian tradition, there were numerous open houses held throughout the country.
Royalty, politicians and tourists joined thousands of revellers from both sides of the Johor Straits for the country's biggest Chinese New Year party on the fringes of the city's Lido beach.
'Batik tigers' are set to thrill Americans soon, courtesy of the Malaysia Association of America.
Perak celebrated the Year of the Monkey in grandeur on Saturday night, with some 50,000 people from near and far taking part.