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Lifestyle

A look at yesteryear's festivities

Exploding firecrackers, lion dances and all things red - StarTwo recaptures the wonder and romanticism of the lunar new year of yore.

Nation

Show nets RM1mil for hospital

The spectacular display of lethal fighting techniques by I>shaolin/Iexponents from China last December netted more than RM1mil for the Tung Shin Hospital here.

Nation

Lion dancers all set for a roaring start to new year

The Persatuan Jasmani Pak Hock lion dance troupe is all geared up for Chinese New Year.

Nation

Chinese community in Aceh scales down festivities

The I>yee sang/I>, new clothes, gambling and lion dances are missing in Aceh, but there was no stopping the Chinese community#8217;s reunion dinner Tuesday.

Nation

Grand welcome for Rooster

Goodwill and harmony marked the festive cheer as Chinese homes across the nation opened their doors to family and friends to welcome the Year of the Rooster.

Education

A truly Malaysian celebration

STUDENTS, teachers and parents recently had the chance to find out more about each other#8217;s culture at Lorna Whiston Study Centre#8217;s concert themed I>Festivals of Malaysia/I>.

Nation

Lion dance at Hindu temple

The traditions of two ancient civilisations came together on Friday when a colourful lion dance took place at one of the country#8217;s oldest Hindu temples in Pudu during the Chinese New Year period.

AseanPlus News

Competition on a global scale

FOR every bright student from China attending a school in Singapore and giving local children a run for their money, there are more than 1,000 in China, said Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong yesterday.

Nation

Businessman with firecrackers jailed

A businessman was jailed a day and fined RM6,000 by a magistrate's court for possessing various types of firecrackers and fireworks.

Lifestyle

CNY celebrations in London's Chinatown a feast for the eye

Chinese New Year was just another day in Britain, with shops, offices and schools open as usual. But it was an altogether different thing in the Chinatowns of Britain's major cities.