We’re into the Year of the Earth Dog already since 4th Feb, the beginning of Spring, although technically, Chinese New Year is only celebrated on 16th Feb around the world. … Read More
The Ipoh Vintage Car Club once again organised their annual gathering in conjunction with the Lunar New Year. It was also to celebrate the club’s fourth anniversary.
It was a day of fun and laughter at the sales gallery of Upper East @ Tiger Lane on the second day of the Lunar New Year.
Spreading happiness and prosperity, YOU Wings, the operational partner of Sriwijaya Airlines, which currently serves direct flights from Ipoh to Medan, organised a fun-filled event in Ipoh city on two … Read More
This Tua Pek Kong (Tai Pak Kong / God of Prosperity) Taoist temple stands majestically in the centre of Bintulu town, facing the Esplanade, and just a stone’s throw away … Read More
This Paloh Khoo Miu, or informally known as ‘Ipoh Chinese Tai Pak Koong Temple‘, is 140 years old this year. According to history, the resident God, Tai Pak Koong (God … Read More
Au Young the clown is a popular figure in Ipoh and its surrounding areas. Who hasn’t met him yet, or posed with his clownish Volkswagen Kombi van?
The God of Prosperity has arrived!! It sounds nicer in Cantonese, right? At first, I thought I would not be writing a Chinese New Year post because I have been … Read More