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KUALA LUMPUR: MCA will not comment on speculation of a possible split in Pakatan Harapan, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
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.
KUALA LUMPUR: It looked like any other Chinese New Year open house but the hosts were the Islamic Development Department (Jakim) and the Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association (Macma) whose aim is to foster racial unity and mutual understanding.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysians from all races greeted each other before exchanging oranges and participating in various activities during the Chinese New Year celebration hosted by the Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association Penang at the Penang Youth Centre in Lebuh Acheh.
BANGI: The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak has forced several Chinese New Year events to be cancelled, but Mah Sing Group Bhd decided to continue with its grand open house for Chap Goh Mei with several precautionary actions taken at its sales gallery in Southville City here Saturday (Feb 8).
TODAY marks the last day of Chinese New Year – also known as Chap Goh Mei. But that doesn’t mean celebrations and festivities have to end. Since CNY is about the celebration of people, reunions and the joy in giving, it is only befitting for Gamuda Land – one of Malaysia’s top property developers – to celebrate CNY at its participating developments.
SUNGAI PETANI: It’s been two weeks since fire at the Bedong landfill broke out, and firemen are still working around the clock to put out the flames.
BESIDES financial donations for those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, some Chinese artistes are also using their creative talents to educate the public on prevention measures, Sin Chew Daily reported.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese stock and commodity markets fell heavily on Monday as the death toll from a coronavirus epidemic in China rose to 361 and investors retreated into safe-haven assets in the first trading session after an extended Lunar New Year break.