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Qing Ming may well be observed very differently this year no thanks to the Covid-19 outbreak, but its traditions stay the same.
Yen said that filmmakers should be more respectful towards those who have contributed a great deal to the industry, such as Lee.
Confinement centres are an increasingly popular option for mothers and their newborns, but these centres are not properly covered under the law.
The Chetti Peranakans in Melaka have a strong culinary identity forged through generations of heirloom recipes like pindang ikan parang, urap kulit timun and sambal telur belimbing.
The Peranakans in the riverside village of Kampong China in Terengganu have a long history and many cultural practices, including a culinary culture that includes delicious food like chap chai and keh char yiam.
Ever considered Selangor as an educational holiday destination? The Malaysian state is home to many historical buildings and sites with important pasts.
The Peranakan Chinese culinary identity was forged based on the Nyonyas, the matriarchs of the homes. The Nyonya women developed their well-rounded culinary skills and hone recipes that then became tightly-guarded family secrets.
Artist Lina Tan works in a vintage shop, paints a colourful nostalgic series about memories, lost stories and possessions.
This charming hidden laneway in Kuala Lumpur's Petaling Street is poised to become the next Instagram hotspot.
Malaysians are already familiar with major occasions like Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali and Christmas. But there are many other cultural events to immerse in, too. Here are nine highlights from Tourism Malaysia’s calendar for 2019.