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Community

Educate kids on history to uphold culture

Colourful lights and laughter filled the air as children proudly showed their handmade lanterns by walking around the Bukit Sentosa town in conjunction with the annual Lantern Festival recently.

Community

Folks foster ties the fun way

Residents of Bidara and Cassia precincts in Bandar Botanic, Klang had a good time recently during two potluck dinner-cum-lantern festival gatherings held separately in the neighbourhoods.

Community

Young singers show their other talents

SCHOLARS in the old days recited poems and sought inspiration under a bright moon.

Nation

Fewer students for 78 Chinese schools

Once the five-day week is implemented in all schools, all extra-curricular activities will be held after the morning session, reported I>Nanyang Siang Pau/I>.

Community

Helping condo folk see the light

City lifestyle can be lonely sometimes, especially when one has to uproot oneself from familiar surroundings for the sake of a career.

Community

Fun for all at mooncake events

Among the social gatherings organised last week in conjunction with the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival was one held at Subang Parade.

Community

Replica makes its way into record book

Kok Wah Confectionary owner Kong Tong Wah's efforts paid off when his 'edible' masterpiece was recognised on Saturday as the Biggest Admiral Zheng He Ship Replica Moon Cake in Malaysia by the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR).

Community

A shining show of unity

B>T/B>HE Mid-Autumn Festival may be a Chinese celebration but in Malaysia, it can take on a multicultural kaleidoscope as evident in I>Pesta Tanglung/I(Lantern Festival) organised by the Penang Government.

Community

What a bright night!

Mid-Autumn Festival began centuries ago as a solemn occasion for the people in China. Today, it is a joyous celebration for the Chinese all over the world. DHARMENDER SINGH, YIP YOKE TENG, K.W. MAK and SHAHRUL ILYAS SHUKOR discover that it is the children who have all the fun during Lantern Festival.