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Petaling Street

During mooncake festival, children would play with tang lung or laterns. The tang lung or laterns that I grew up with were made of hamper papers and steel wires. Later battery operated ones were introduced and the latest I see this year is the cute moving minions. While visiting Petaling Street, I came across a [...]

If you live around Kuala Lumpur area and wish to purchase ingredients to make mooncake, you can try going to a shop called Chai Huat Hin which is located at Jalan Tun H.S Lee (in Chinatown KL area). This is the shop that I have mentioned in my previous articles where my mom used to [...]

Finally I have managed to find a shop that is selling wooden moulds that are used for making mooncakes, angku and other local delicacies (kuih). The shop is located in Petaling Street area: The mooncake moulds being sold are also reasonably priced (RM49.90 if not mistaken): The shop also sell the steel that is used [...]

Today all the olden design cinemas are replaced by cineplexes- where it is more comfortable ....and pricey. But what is that RM11- most important is the experience and comfort. Olden cinemas like REX, Odeon cannot compete with the new cineplexes and most of these buildings have been torn down and either converted to car parks [...]

As Chinese New Year is fast approaching in only few weeks from now, many Chinese are busy doing last minute CNY shopping and buying decorative items. Therefore, the roads leading to major shopping complex and to Petaling Street would be jam packed even during weekends as many people are busy buying last minute decorations such [...]