Check this calendar of events to discover Malaysia through its many religious and cultural festivals and celebrations of its multicultural and multi ethnic people
The Lunar New Year is celebrated by billions, mostly Chinese descent. The celebration is 15 days, starting the day of the 2nd new moon after winter solstice. Feb. 19, 2015 begins the Year of the Goat.
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Lantern Festival TingChang, CC-BY, via flickr Spring Festival, which is also known as Chinese New Year in many parts of the world, is perhaps the most important and grandiose among the many Chinese traditional...
Information on the Chinese year of the Rooster and the personality traits of those born during the Rooster year.
Some Chinese New Year traditions are the same wherever there are Chinese celebrating the lunar new year while some traditions are only associated with the migrant Chinese in their new homeland.
Ever heard of Malaysia? Well it is a country located at South East Asia. It is so special that might want to come visit it sometimes!
Diwali celebrations are always very grand in India. Let us see the most common and popular things or activities people do on Diwali festival days.
Chinese Lunar New Year also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is celebrated by Chinese communities all over the world including in Malaysia. What's so special about this celebration?
Why do Chinese wear red during Chinese New Year? How did the name for fifteenth night celebrations come about? These Chinese New Year legends explain all.