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Aside from an earlier snack supplier that I have featured on, there is another long time snack supplier located in PJ Old Town called Lam Loong. Once many years ago, I wanted to make mini goodie bags to give to the cancer ward in a hospital. I actually went to this snack supplier to buy [...]

Most of us do not wear cheongsam, a traditional Chinese custome on daily basis to office. For us who, well, are not particularly rich....a nice cheongsam or CNY attire,  together with Chinese New Year decos from hypermarkets. The cheongsam with peacock designs quite capture my eye. And this year, being the year of the horse [...]

Chinese New Year decorations is very elaborate at 1Utama shopping complex. At the new wing, there are a few areas with CNY decoration with festive songs: A closer look at the Pavilion set up which many enjoy taking photos with koved ones: One floor above, the program for Chinese New Year including lion dance and [...]

As the festive sessions nears, many Malaysians would be making their journey back to their hometown. There are some very good tips provided by The Star paper on tips of keeping your home safe....especially when you will be away during the joliday sessions. 1. Doors and windows must be locked and fastenened. Deadbolts locks with [...]

Saw Lion Style Gangnam Style.....an unsual twist to the traditional lion dance. A YouTube user (Ananda Prabu) had uploaded which made it easier for me to share it here. Of all the videos on the Gangnam Style Lion Dance, I find this one to be the best so far. This one is shot at the best [...]

Tomorrow will mark the last day of Chinese New Year. It is the 15th day of the first month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Also known as the Chinese Valentine Day, singles will go and throw Mandarin oranges to the lakes and rivers with their name and phone numbers written on it. Some would buy [...]

Festive mood is here and shops are starting to sell lots of Chinese deco in red colour. The CNY plastic flowers, red tanglungs, banner with wishes and stickers are on sale. The festive mood is on. I usually see the stickers above in home made cookies for CNY.

This year One Utama has once again adopt some creativity in their Chinese New Year decoration. The area is set up similar to Chinese shophouses and featuring some merhants. The above is located between the route from the new wing to old wing. Above is the deco on the new wing whereby at one look [...]