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My Chinese New Year 2017
Feb28

My Chinese New Year 2017

One of the festivals that I look forward to (I actually love any festivals coz it meant HOLIDAYS!!!) is the Chinese New Year or better known as the Lunar New Year. As you know, 2017 is the Year of Rooster; Fire Rooster to be precise. When I was a kid, I love Chinese New Year because it means no school with lots of yummy food to eat and you get to receive ang pow whenever you wish ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’, watch lion dance and not...

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Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar Welcomes the Lunar New Year with Prosperity Feasts
Jan17

Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar Welcomes the Lunar New Year with Prosperity Feasts

To celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year, Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar offers its Prosperity feasts which is available at its Chinese restaurant, Oriental Thai Chinese Cuisine. Inspired by the Lunar New Year or also known as Spring Festival where it’s the time for reunion and gathering with family, friends, work associates and co-workers, Chef Tan Wee Keat; Chinese Chef of Oriental Thai Cuisine, has carefully put together five...

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My Chinese New Year 2016
Feb23

My Chinese New Year 2016

The Lunar New Year or Spring Festival has just ended and it’s time to lose some weight! My Chinese New Year this year was pretty much the same; feasting, giving out ang pow packets, visiting relatives and have friends over. Here’s a recap of my Chinese New Year in 2016:- New year new clothes. Aiden’s wearing a traditional wear my MIL got him. Apparently it’s the smallest size but it’s tad loose in him so...

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Happy Birthday to “YOU”! Let’s celebrate…with ‘Lou Sang’ (撈生)
Feb14

Happy Birthday to “YOU”! Let’s celebrate…with ‘Lou Sang’ (撈生)

Today is not just the 7th day of Chinese New Year but it’s also “everybody’s birthday”. And so, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!” We usually celebrate birthday with a nice birthday cake but for this ‘special birthday’, Chinese celebrate with a colorful “Yee Sang” (鱼生) platter. A superbly colorful Yee Sang platter. If you don’t already know, Yee Sang consists of pickles, shredded...

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Chinese New Year Day 3 Dinner @ Gold Dragon City Seafood Restaurant, Paramount Garden
Mar08

Chinese New Year Day 3 Dinner @ Gold Dragon City Seafood Restaurant, Paramount Garden

Besides Green View Restaurant, Gold Dragon City Seafood Restaurant at Paramount Garden is one of the Chinese restaurants we frequent often for dinner. This traditional Chinese restaurant has been around for a long time and is still attracting constant crowd of new patrons. So during CNY, my aunt suggested this place for dinner coz she wanted somewhere near my grandma’s house and this restaurant is just minutes away from my...

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Chinese New Year 2015 Nin Chor Yee Dinner @ Restaurant Oversea (海外天大飯店), PJ Armada
Mar02

Chinese New Year 2015 Nin Chor Yee Dinner @ Restaurant Oversea (海外天大飯店), PJ Armada

When I was a kid, I used to look forward to Chinese New Year coz it meant school holidays and I could stay up late 🙂 Besides that, I also look forward to receiving red packets from my parents and relatives, watching lion dance show, playing firecrackers and eating tidbits. Now that I’m older, Chinese New Year for me is the time to get together with friends and visiting relatives to catch up 😉 For every year on the second day of...

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Chinese New Year 2015 Chor Yat Dinner @ Restoran Min Kok (明佫鱼翅酒家), Seremban
Feb28

Chinese New Year 2015 Chor Yat Dinner @ Restoran Min Kok (明佫鱼翅酒家), Seremban

Besides non stop eating all day, Chinese New Year is the time to visit relatives and it’s probably the only time you see them during the entire year. We make it a point to travel south to Seremban every year to visit The Wifey’s uncle. The journey usually takes approximately 45mins from KL. The Wifey’s uncle always bring us out for dinner when we visit him and this year, he brought us to Restoran Min Kok (明佫鱼翅酒家) in...

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Din Tai Fung (鼎泰豐) Chinese New Year Set Menus @ Pavilion
Feb07

Din Tai Fung (鼎泰豐) Chinese New Year Set Menus @ Pavilion

Chinese New Year is the time for families and friends to get together, eat, drink & be merry. To celebrate the Spring Festival, many Chinese restaurants offer attractive Chinese New Year set menus coz these days people would prefer eating outside during festive period 🙂 Though the Lunar New Year 2015 is about 2 weeks away, I’ve been eating non-stop, celebrating with friends and trying out numerous Chinese New Year set menus...

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