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SINGAPORE: From a skyway operator in Australia to a tourist guide on Indonesia's resort island of Bali and a lion dance troupe in Malaysia, Asia's travel industry is hurting as coronavirus curbs keep most people home for the Lunar New Year.
The traditional Chinese lion dance has long been part of the New Year festivities and troupes are badly affected by a loss of income because of the pandemic.
Lunar New Year joy is still in the air in Penang as thousands turned up at the national-level Chinese New Year open house at the Esplanade.
GEORGE TOWN: The Chinese New Year celebration officially ended on Feb 8 but the “party” went on with an open house organised by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
TRADITIONAL dim sum feast, yee sang tossing and a splendid performance by the Kun Seng Keng lion dance troupe were on the agenda for Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Chinese New Year showcase.
TPC Kuala Lumpur invited world champion troupe Kun Seng Keng Lion and Dragon Dance Associa-tion to its premises in Bukit Kiara for Chinese New Year.
WHETHER it’s great entertainment, good food or the cool weather, there is always a good reason to visit Genting Highlands.
Here's a list of arts and culture ideas in the Klang Valley to get you buzzing for Chinese New Year.
THE much anticipated Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival (KLAF) 2020 is making its return next month in a big way.