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PH leaders wrong to snub MCA’s CNY invite

Is Pakatan Harapan confident of getting the same mass support from the Chinese community as it did in GE14?

KL mosque hosts CNY gathering

Non-Muslim visitors also get a tour of the Al-Muhsinin Mosque.

DAP Youth unhappy Chinese schools not allowed days off for Hokkien...

DAP Youth secretary says the decision by the state education offices could set a bad precedent.

Niqab-wearer bakes halal mooncakes for CNY, sales rocket and good fortune...

All races and religions queue up for her halal cookies and cakes.

A great year for Dr M, not so for female politicians,...

Natural disasters have been predicted but property market buoyant in the year ahead.

Traditional Chinese sundry shop goes online to appeal to younger tastes

Encouraging youngsters to cook with old-time Chinese ingredients could revive ailing business.

Theresa’s 60-year passion for the fine art of threading the cheongsam

The 81-year-old learnt her trade from Shanghainese tailors in the 1950s, and has never stopped tailoring since.

Hadi’s Chinese New Year gift to Pakatan Harapan

Hadi Awang’s withdrawal of the suit against Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown raises a lot of questions and will serve as fodder in the coming Semenyih by-election.

Chinese communities around world welcome Year of the Pig

Celebrations will take place across the globe, from Southeast Asia's centuries-old Chinese communities to the more recently established Chinatowns of Sydney, London, Vancouver, Los Angeles and beyond.

Water woes threaten to derail CNY celebrations for Ranau residents

They say water supply is disrupted whenever it rains heavily and want a permanent solution to their woes.

Sarawak spice shop all decked up for Chinese New Year

Shop owner Mohd Jaya is all too happy to decorate his shop, no matter what the celebration.

What’s so fun about reunion dinners, ask single, young, overweight Chinese

Children and seniors look forward to Chinese New Year reunions but young adults say they are stressed out by probing aunties.

Sabah’s Sino-KDMs love CNY but worry about lack of native certificates

Clarity of Bumiputera status for offsprings will be a great New Year’s gift.

Stand-out Hare Krishna temple chief going home to celebrate CNY

Ex-Taoist says he chose to be Hindu but will always be Chinese too.

‘Gangster’ Peppa back in China’s good graces in Year of the...

Peppa is playing a starring role as China ushers in the Year of the Pig on Tuesday.

Giant shopping spree to show what’s really up with China economy

The week-long Lunar New Year holiday will provide the next litmus test of the resilience of the Chinese shopper.

Najib: CNY celebrations affected by slow economy

In his Chinese New Year address, former prime minister hopes for better times ahead, urging Malaysians to visit one another.

Pen Cai: One-pot wonder to usher in the Lunar New Year

Despite its daunting and extensive list of ingredients, Pen Cai is easy to prepare and has a delicious, comforting flavour and a distinct umami sweetness.

MCA invites Mahathir, ministers to CNY open house

The party hopes political leaders will put differences aside during the lunar new year.

An artist strives to keep an old tradition alive

Amy Lin soldiers on with traditional Chinese calligraphy despite slowing demand and the personal challenge of ill health.

Chinese begin Lunar holiday exodus in the millions

Rail operators expect some 413 million trips during this year's holiday season.

Sabah Muslim couple buck the norm with piggy wares for CNY

It's just art, say Adam and Yuslina, who have also sold Easter and Christmas decorations featuring verses from the Bible.

‘Nian gao’, Fuziah Ahmad’s sweet taste of success

Making the Chinese New Year delicacy has turned into a business for the 55-year-old homemaker.

Sabah cops seize RM8 mil worth of cigarettes, alcohol in pre-CNY...

Sabah police chief Omar Mammah says they have made the biggest seizure of contraband items to date in the state.