My friends from Ipoh Chin Woo gave a public performance of their Northern Lion followed by a dragon dance at Ipoh Parade yesterday evening. I decided at the last minute … Read More
It’s the tradition of Ipoh Chin Woo to hold their Chinese New Year celebration on the evening of the third day of the Lunar New Year.
For the first time in Malaysia, the fire dragon dance was performed, and it was a privilege for Ipohites to witness it live. Presented at Kinta River Walk by members … Read More
It is double celebration for the 52 couples who choose today to tie the knot. It is a most auspicious and significant day, with Yuan Xiao Festival coinciding with Valentine’s … Read More
Shoppers at Ipoh Parade were treated to a spirited set of cultural performances by the young members of Ipoh Chinese Chinwoo Athletic Association (Ipoh Chin Woo), consisting of drums presentation … Read More
Ipoh Chin Woo hosted a Chinese New Year open house on the third evening of the Spring Festival, celebrating not only a new lunar year, but also Chinese culture and … Read More
Ipoh Chinwoo Association’s 89th anniversary dinner was celebrated in a grand manner at Syuen Hotel in Ipoh.
After two days of stiff competition at the Chin Woo Carnival hosted in Ipoh, Malaysia, it was time to close the Carnival, and award the winners.
Due to short notice, besides home team, Ipoh Chinwoo Association, only one other team registered for the lion and dragon dance competitions, respectively.
This Chinese Calligraphy/Art competition was part of the 28th Malaysia National Chinese Chinwoo Carnival / International Chinwoo Wushu & Cultural Carnival 2013, referred to just “Carnival”.