Forget nationalities, let’s celebrate Chinese New Year in Cambodia.
Happy Chinese New Year!
PM wishes “Gong Xi Fa Cai 2021” to the Chinese community and those celebrating it.
With Chinese New Year (CNY) around the corner, people are still unsure if they should celebrate amidst a large crowd as the fear of the pandemic still persists and people do not want to be at risk of being infected with the virus.
In keeping with its tradition, the Malaysia Business Council of Cambodia (MBCC) hosted a Chinese New Year gala dinner at the NagaWorld grand Ballroom Saturday night, attended by more than 200 Malaysians and invited guests.
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As the sun went down and the stars came out on a cold and cloudless Chinese New Year night, hundreds of people gathered for a special performance at the Yeakloam Hotel Sky Bar in Ratanakiri province – a circus performance by Phare, the Cambodian Circus.
Some private schools in Cambodia have shuttered their classrooms for a number of days this week as a precautionary measure against the deadly Coronavirus.
Canadia Bank held its Annual Staff Party and Chinese New Year Dinner event last Thursday; 23 January 2020 with more than 2,000 employees of the Bank in attendance.
Folk artists performed lion dance in Cambodia on Friday to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, which falls today.
An entire year filled with good luck is probably what everyone wishes to have. During Chinese New Year, there are some beliefs and taboos that Chinese people and other celebrants always respect and follow.
The celebrations haven’t ended yet as the Embassy of Malaysia in Phnom Penh gathered Malaysian expatriates and guests for a vibrant and meaningful Chinese New Year revelry at the weekend.
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The number of visitors to the coast during the Chinese New Year holiday dropped considerably this year as more people chose destinations in the Northern provinces
The Interior Ministry’s traffic police department said at least 29 people were killed and 65 others injured in traffic accidents during the three-day Chinese New Year break.
National Police to ensure security during Chinese New Year celebrations this week.
One of the world’s most densely populated cities, Hong Kong, is facing a proliferation of wild boars as the large mammals stray increasingly into built-up areas.
The Year of the Earth Dog has come to an end, giving way to the Year of the Pig that will reign supreme throughout 2019.
One of the most heart-warming traditions surrounding Chinese New Year has to be the annual reunion dinner. Generations of Chinese everywhere take this opportunity to reaffirm family ties around the dining table which simply means a grand feast of a variety of mouth-watering dishes.
They have no high poles for them to dance on. There is not a large space for them to roll around. None of them speak even one Chinese word.
Chinese New Year is synonymous with family get-togethers that mainly revolve around sumptuous dishes, and that is exactly what NagaWorld offers during this auspicious festive season.
Upcoming Events: 28 Jan – 24 Feb: iLight Singapore Bicentennial Edition – 1 – 17 Feb: TOYBOX by Hasbro – 5 – 6 Feb: Chinese New Year – 15 – 16 Feb: Chingay Parade
When we see red, we think of China because no country is as deeply associated with one colour as China is with red. Red is found everywhere during Chinese New Year, holiday celebrations and family gatherings and in many more occasions among Chinese families.
City hall bans fireworks without a permit during the Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year is synonymous with family get-togethers.
Upcoming Events: 28 Jan – 24 Feb : iLight Singapore Bicentennial Edition – 3 – 10 Feb : River Hongbao –
5 – 6 Feb : Chinese New Year – 15 – 16 Feb : Chingay Parade
Upcoming Events: 19 – 27 Jan : Singapore Art Week – 28 Jan – Feb 24 : iLight Singapore Bicentennial Edition –
3 – 10 Feb : River Hongbao – 5 – 6 Feb : Chinese New Year