Posted tagged ‘chinese new year’

2010 KL Chinese New Year decorations (Part 2)

February 27, 2010

Continued from the first post HERE

In last post we have travelled around Kuala Lumpur to see how the shopping malls dress up for Chinese New Year. Covering Berjaya Times Square, Pavilion, One Utama and The Mines Shopping Fair, we fill in up more here with Suria KLCC, MidValley Megamall and The Gardens Mall 🙂

Our first stop is….

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pic 01: KLCC!

Pic 01 perhaps is the hundreds of millionth photos of same type taken already, so its nothing impressive. Lets move in!

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2010 KL Chinese New Year decorations

January 25, 2010

Chinese New Year falls on 14th of February and now we can see shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur is now in joyous mood as well. Last few weeks i had the chance to travel around to see them. Let’s have a look!

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2009 Chinese New Year Fireworks at Sarikei

February 1, 2009

Like previous years i get to celebrate Chinese New Year at my hometown again! So minutes before the tick of midnight for Chinese New Year, fireworks began to lit up the sky.. Scaring babies, cats and dogs and car alarms goes everywhere.

This year we are lucky because we have piko’s Canon EOS 450D to capture this night wonders 🙂

Fireworks

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Happy Chinese New Year and Happy Holidays

January 25, 2009

Chinese around the world will be celebrating Lunar New Year on 26th January 2009. This new year represents the year of Ox from Chinese zodiac! Happy ? Year!

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I would like to wish all readers a Happy New Year and Happy Holidays; wish everybody work hard and get great fortune and health this year!

In the meantine, i will be off from blogging for one week to celebrate this occasion at my hometown.

See you in February!

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séeput wishes everybody a Happy Chinese New Year

Unimas Chinese New Year Celebration 2009

January 22, 2009

Recently i had chance to attend Unimas Chinese New Year Celebration 2009 on 17th January. Held at the Unimas Hall, the event organized by Unimas Chinese Society and consists of buffet dinner and chinese cultural performance. Entrance of course requires ticket, i got mine early, because of initial quota of 500 people, but later rumors of 600, then 700 and 800 tickets sold.

What’s in store there? Lets see!

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