The most significant yearly event for the Chinese population is the 15-day-long Chinese New Year, which falls on the first day of the lunar calendar.
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The “Year of the Rabbit” is the following Chinese New Year. Tradition dictates that blossoming branches of apples and mandarin oranges are used to adorn Chinese homes, retail malls, and gift baskets. The usage of fragrant, fresh flowers represents abundance and good fortune.
Lion and dragon dolls that move in time to the sounds of the gong, cymbals, and drums enhance the festive mood. Families get together for a holiday feast on the eve of the festival, and friends and family are invited.
Being in Malaysia at this time to stay and take in the country’s customary and lovely activities is exciting.
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