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PETALING JAYA: Retailers are anticipating a shopping frenzy today and tomorrow as shoppers rush to do last-minute buying to usher in the Year of the Rat next Saturday.
The menu read “Roasted Farm Chicken Marinated with Ginger and Five Spices”.
HAVING a meal together or to sau gong is a practice many people look forward to before ushering in Chinese New Year.
THERE are many reasons to get excited when the lunar new year approaches and an excuse to get together with colleagues to sau gong is one of them.
IT IS that time of the year again, where tossing yee sang becomes customary.
THEY call it the get-together meal after a hard day’s work, hence the name sau gong – and it is usually had before Chinese New Year (CNY) to mark a year of working together.
THE Lunar New Year is the next big celebration that diners await as auspicious festive meals will be served up at Chinese restaurants in the Klang Valley.
DENGKIL is a stark contrast to the ultra-modernity of nearby cities, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.
TO MARK the end of a fruitful year, the Chinese believe in celebrating with a big dinner also known as sau gong chau, usually practised by companies and businesses before their staff head home to usher in the Year of the Goat.
Creating a new menu for the Chinese New Year festivities is challenging enough, but Putrajaya Marriott Hotel Chinese head chef Low Lam Chong takes it a notch further by preparing several menus for different occasions.