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AFTER a year’s hiatus, the Deepavali bazaar in Johor Baru’s Little India has returned, much to the delight of both visitors and traders.
FOR the past 30 years, the Haw family has been waking up at 5am each day to painstakingly knead, roll, fry and prepare the many traditional Chinese snacks that they sell at their stall.
A TRADE organisation representing shop owners in Ipoh’s Little India is understood to be planning a peaceful demonstration over the upcoming Deepavali bazaar in the area, reported Makkal Osai.
Films have a special place in Indian culture, with stars enjoying almost divine status and people often queuing to watch the same movie multiple times.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following health and safety concerns expressed by the Hong Kong Consumer Council (HKCC) over Hup Seng Industries Bhd’s crackers, there is expected to be downside pressure on the group’s share price in the short term, says TA Securities Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is expected to be short-term downside on Hup Seng Industries Bhd's share price following health and safety concerns expressed by the Hong Kong Consumer Council (HKCC) over the confectionery manufacturer's crackers, says TA Securities Research.
THE Deepavali bazaar at Little India in Ipoh, Perak, will proceed despite opposition by merchants in the area.
A pause in regional plans helps Signature focus on its local business and turn in a profit
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Cambodia's Ministry of Education on Thursday (Oct 21) gave a green light to primary schools and kindergartens at the areas where Covid-19 is controllable, to reopen after most of the targeted population have been inoculated against Covid-19, according to Khmer Times's report on Friday.
CARING for underprivileged elderly folk, some of whom are alone, requires long-term effort, says a volunteer who has been assisting seniors during the pandemic.