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GEORGE TOWN: Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Kek Lok Si Temple here will still be lit with colourful lights to usher in the Year of the Ox.
RESTAURANTS are facing a bleak Chinese New Year this year as an increasing number of customers have cancelled their bookings for the reunion dinners and the traditional appreciation dinners (sau kong jau) due to the latest movement control order, reports China Press.
THERE will be a steady supply of mandarin oranges or lokam every week from now until the first week of Chinese New Year.
Chinese paid to not travel for Lunar New Year holiday amid concern Covid-19 will be spread if the usual mass migration happens
Chinese companies and local governments are paying people in cities to not travel for family reunions and sightseeing during the Lunar New Year holidayThey are offering money, shopping vouchers, movie tickets and other incentives to stay in cities and minimise the risk of Covid-19 spreading as millions travel
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Vegetable, fruit and seafood wholesalers in Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur in Selayang are operating as usual to meet the demand in Klang Valley during the movement control order despite having more than 15 Covid-19 cases among fishmongers and their workers.
IPOH: Many NGOs here continue to provide assistance to those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic even though Perak is under the less restrictive conditional movement control order.
PETALING JAYA: Gift-giving is a practice that is very much a part of Chinese New Year as a way to convey good wishes in the coming year.
AT first glance, the plump, gold ingot-wielding figurines look like the benevolent smiling Chinese God of Fortune.