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Chinese New Year comes but once a year. Therefore, it is important for all of us to make that annual pilgrimage home, regardless of the distance, to be with our elders to celebrate the auspicious occasion of welcoming a brand New Year. The first day of Lunar New Year falls on 5th February 2019, so the ... continue reading »

Chinese New Year reunion dinners used to be only held on the eve of the Lunar New Year, and somehow, all family members have to rush home to be with their elders to sit down for a traditional meal. Well, thanks to a modern mindset, nowadays CNY reunion needn't be conventional. As long as family members ... continue reading »

It was an evening of joy and much revellery among family and close friends during the mass reunion dinner hosted at Syeun Hotel Ipoh on Chinese New Year's Eve. Hosted for the eighth consecutive year by the hotel, yesterday's "family reunion dinner" saw family members coming from all corners of the world to observe age-old tradition ... continue reading »

The Lunar New Year is just around the corner and Chinese people are making plans to go home for reunion with the family, marked with a scrumptious dinner. In the old days, these meaningful dinners were taken at home but modern families opt to celebrate at restaurants and hotels to avoid the hassle of mass cooking, ... continue reading »

Ringing in a brand New Year has been done and dusted. Now, it is the time of the year that is no less important. No, it is not Chinese New Year (CNY) yet, but this is when we need to decide, as a family, where to hold our Chinese New Year reunion dinner! It is no ... continue reading »

Chinese New Year is a wonderful opportunity for families to get together. After all, for many families, it is only a once-a-year occasion. Although the modern generation may skip making a trip home for Chinese New Year, or would rather spend the "holidays" on an overseas vacation, traditionally, people do not mind braving the miles, crowd ... continue reading »

There are still five more weeks to Chinese New Year but it is never too early to prepare for it, especially when it comes to making arrangements for the ever important reunion dinner. Some family members only get to see one another once a year and that is during this season - they do not mind ... continue reading »

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