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2/2/2020 and 22/2/2020 popular dates for weddings

SINGAPORE: Wedding bells will ring loudly in February this year, especially on two popular dates.

Loving the festivities

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.

Chap Goh Meh – a sweet tradition

GEORGE TOWN: Single women used to go out during Chap Goh Meh to throw mandarin oranges into the sea in hopes of finding their true love.

All for love: Chap Goh Meh, orange-tossing and right timing

Toss a mandarin orange into the wateron Chap Goh Meh, and find your match

Why splurge on Valentine’s Day when you can just be creative?

No money to spend during Valentine's Day and this season of love? No worries! Here are some places in Malaysia that you can head to, as well as activities that you can check out with your loved one that do not cost much.

5-star women should accept 4-star men, advises matchmaker who says marriage is getting harder

To mark the festival of Qixi, also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day, a veteran Beijing matchmaker describes how the landscape has shifted in the four decades he has been helping couples tie the knot

A day for making a match

THE joyful celebration of Chinese New Year came to an end last Friday, the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar which is also known as Chap Goh Meh.

‘Continue cultural practices’

MIRI: Cultural representation of all communities in Sarawak should continue to be enhanced so they will continue to flourish.

Chinese New Year comes to an end today with hopes for love to bloom

THE joyful celebration of Chinese New Year (CNY) comes to an end today, the 15th day of the first lunar calendar month which is also known as Chap Goh Meh.