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TOKYO: An uneasy calm has settled in Japan and South Korea, which each confirmed one new Wuhan coronavirus case on Sunday (Jan 26) with many members of the public not taking any chances by wearing surgical masks outdoors. As it is also the height of the flu season, both governments are now urging their citizens to wash hands thoroughly and wear surgical masks.
SYDNEY/MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Chinese communities around the world greeted the Year of the Rat on Saturday with dances and parades, although celebrations were marred by worries about the coronavirus outbreak that has upended Lunar New Year festivities in China.
LONDON (Reuters) - Cases of new coronavirus in the United Kingdom are highly likely but none has been confirmed so far, health bosses said on Friday.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Two things Thailand is famous for are its delicious street food and its wonderful beaches. Sadly, the first typically comes in plastic bags that often wash up on the second - not good for a country that relies on tourism for a fifth of its revenue.
Malaysian movie lovers can have rip-roaring time at local cinemas this Chinese New Year with a super diverse selection of festive flicks to choose from.
KUALA TERENGGANU: Despite her advanced age, Lim Sheng not only looks after herself but also takes care of her appearance besides going about her usual chores of sewing and cooking.
JAKARTA: Ahead of Tuesday’s celebration of Chinese New Year, Chinese-Indonesians in Semarang set up the Pasar Imlek Semawis (PIS) night market from Friday to Sunday (Jan 19). Held for the 15th time in the capital city of Central Java, the night market is popular with both ethnic Chinese and Javanese Indonesians.
Hotels and restaurants in the Klang Valley have lined up wide array of meals, yee sang and dishes for Chinese New Year.
Here's a list of arts and culture ideas in the Klang Valley to get you buzzing for Chinese New Year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Red lanterns, vibrant flowers, orange or kumquat trees, Chinese calligraphy stickers as well as banners and other predominantly red-coloured decorations adorn shops along Petaling Street in Chinatown here.