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WHILE many Asian countries celebrate the Lunar New Year, Malaysians celebrating this festival do so under current restrictions imposed by the lockdown with many greeting the festive season within the safety confines of indoors.
HOPE you are celebrating Chinese New Year with a happy mood. For those who missed the reunion dinner due to the ban on interstate travels and the 10km restriction, there will always be another reunion dinner next year and the next 60 years.
BEIJING (Reuters): China's retail and catering sectors enjoyed a bumper Chinese New Year holiday week, with revenues rising almost one-third from 2020 levels, thanks to strong orders from staycationing consumers, the commerce ministry said on Wednesday (Feb 17).
PETALING JAYA: Despite being thousands of miles away from home, Malaysians abroad found their own ways to celebrate Chinese New Year in familiar ways.
KOTA KINABALU: “Happy New Year”, “Gong Xi Fa Cai”, “I wish you a wonderful Year of the Ox”, “Wishing you’ll become smarter every day”.
Ipoh City Council held two special programmes in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration.
MELAKA: A Melaka-based crime prevention activist turned the first day of Chinese New Year(CNY) into a joyous occasion by going digital.
With nowhere to go, now’s a good time to reminisce about past festivities.
FOR Hu Mooi Seng, spending Chinese New Year in a foreign land was never part of the plan.
Festive red face masks are gaining popularity while demand has dropped for the red packets.