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Today is the day the Chinese celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
A DARING green lion was the centre of attention during a Hari Raya celebration at Design Village Outlet Mall in Batu Kawan, Penang.
THE popularity of Beijing’s famed Forbidden City has soared to new heights, thanks to two magnificent events held there as part of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
SEMENYIH: The laid-back feel of Semenyih turned into a hive of activity as political heavyweights make their visits here in a bid to win the state seat.
SEMENYIH: Resounding shouts of "Bossku" are not a threat to Pakatan Harapan's chances to retain the Semenyih state seat as people there are aware of the many scandals surrounding former premier Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Chinese folks thronging to Kuan Yin temple in Ipoh to celebrate the 'Chap Goh Meh' festival. Besides single women and men tossing mandarin oranges into a stream in the temple’s grounds, couples were also seen doing the same while wishing for everlasting love. RONNIE CHIN / The Star
INCLEMENT weather did not deter Seremban 2 residents from celebrating Chap Goh Meh.
THOUSANDS of people took part in the traditional orange throwing ceremony to mark the end of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
THE Chap Goh Meh celebration is more of an occasion for Malaysians to soak in the festivities with their family and friends, rather than looking for true love.
THE Penang economy will be good during the first four-month cycle of the Year of Pig from mid-February to mid-June.