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THE Dragon Boat festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar and is sometimes referred to as the “Double Fifth Festival”.
IN celebrating the Dragon Boat Festival, Shang Palace at Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur is presenting this year’s rice dumplings in a luxurious custom-designed box ideal for gifting.
Cantonese speakers bristle at linguists’ classification of their family’s native tongue as a dialect rather than a full-fledged language
Culture wars: China shares animal zodiac with neighbours but like pao cai and kimchi, there’s disagreement over who owns what
This year is the Year of the Tiger, according to the Chinese zodiac. But few people in mainland China know that this chronological method involving a 12-year cycle of animals did not originate in China.
Some festivals give travellers a chance to see another side of a country’s heritage and traditions.
KUALA NERUS: The two-day Dragon Boat Race Festival at Dataran Pengkalan Sungai Kampung Tanjung Sabtu here has evoked a sense of nostalgia among the elderly while being well received by the younger generation.
After being featured in a host of shows locally and internationally for more than a decade, Michelle Yap landed her first solo exhibition in Malaysia.
THERE are a whole lot of exciting events lined up in the country’s administrative capital this year as we step into 2022.