Malaysia celebrate Chinese New Year

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Lai Yoke Lian, 53 made popular dessert called Nian Gao which was booked by customer for  Chinese New Year celebration in Kuantan. Photo by Muhd Asyraf Sawal
TAHUN BARU CINA / LIMAU MANDARIN
The demand for imported mandarin orange from China raise to high for local market  as traditional symbols of abundance and good fortune. Photo by Ghazali Kori
TAHUN BARU CINA / SUNWAY VELOCITY MALL
Among visitors shopping for decorative items for the Chinese New Year celebration in Sunway Damansara. Photo by Halimaton Saadiah Sulaiman
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Mother and her son looking at various decoration items in Supermarket, Jalan Bukit Ubi, Kuantan. Photo by Muhd Asyraf Sawal
MENJELANG PERAYAAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Chua Liew Sen, making LED lighted decoration for sale in Klang. Photo by Faiz Anuar

 

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Lantern for sale from RM60 to RM250 at Lebuh Carnavon, Georgetown, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year.  Photo by Shahnaz Fazlie Shahrizal
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Kenny Lim installing a decorative lantern for sale in his shop at Georgetown, Penang.  Photo by Mikail Ong.
SAMBUTAN TAHUN BARU CINA
The lantern is ready to hang at the Hokkien Society Building, in Klang. Photo by Muhammad Sulaiman
SAMBUTAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Workers carrying lantern at the Hokkien Society Building, in Klang. Photo by Muhammad Sulaiman
HUMAN INTEREST / SEHARIAN DI PULAU KETAM
A girl cycling under a row of lantern around Pulau Ketam. Photo by Supian Ahmad
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More than 10,000 lights and lanterns display at iconic Kek Lok Si Temple,  in Air Itam, Penang. Photo by Mikail Ong
THEAN HOU TEMPLE / PERSIAPAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Lantern being installed around the temple before the Chinese New Year at Thean Hou Temple, Seputih. Kuala Lumpur. Photo by Rosdan Wahid
TINJAUAN TAHUN BARU CINA 2018 / KL SENTRAL
A crowds in KL Sentral station following the long holiday in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations. Photo by Supian Ahmad
DATUK SERI LIOw TIONG LAI/ ETS TAHUN BARU CINA
High speed train passengers are surprised by the presence of the lion at KL Sentral. Photo by Muhd Zaaba Zakeria
PERAYAAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Worshiper perform religious ceremonies in Kwan Imm temple, Klang. Photo by Mohd Asri Saifuddin Mamat
PERAYAAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Worshipers visit the temple to perform religious ceremonies at Kuan Yin Temple, Klang. Photo by Roslin Mat Tahir
PERAYAAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Religious ceremonies held at Kuan Yin Temple, Klang. Photo by Roslin Mat Tahir
NAJIB RAZAK/RUMAH TERBUKA PGRM
Tan Jia Qi  (centre) looks cheerful to wear traditional clothes at the Chinese New Year Open House in Kuala Lumpur. Photo by Syarafiq Abd Samad
NAJIB RAZAK/RUMAH TERBUKA PGRM
Seven years old, Eu Gene Yong, 7 with traditional costume at Gerakan open house.  Photo by Syarafiq Abd Samad
PERAYAAN TAHUN BARU CINA
Crowds rush for the Ang Pow in Klang. Photo by Mohd Asri Saifuddin Mamat
RUMAH TERBUKA TAHUN BARU CINA
Lion dance performance in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration at Seremban Municipal Council. Photo by Hazreen Mohamad
TINJAUAN ORANG RAMAI DI AQUARIA
Kids amaze with the appearance of divers in complete chinese god costume at Aquaria KLCC. Photo by Salhani Ibrahim
NEWS
Visitors takes a photo of historic Kek Lok Si temple in Ayer Itam, George Town which was lit with various colorful lanterns.  Photo by Shahnaz Fazlie Shahrizal

 

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