If Siow Ho Phiew had his way, acrobatic lion dance, a centuries-old tradition dating back to the Han Dynasty (206BC – 220AD), will be a sport competed at the Olympics … Read More
Chinese New Year is the biggest and most significant event on the lunar calendar for the Chinese community. With celebrations spanning a total of at least 15 days, one of … Read More
It’s the tradition of Syeun Hotel Ipoh to usher in the Lunar New Year and celebrate it in grand style on the 3rd lunar day and 2019 is no exception.
With two pairs of ferocious lions and a fiery dragon dancing to the rhythm of clashing cymbals and banging drums, Syeun Hotel Ipoh ushered in the Year of the Earth … Read More
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
Wayang Kulit Puppet shadow play (wayang kulit) is said to have originated from Java, Indonesia. In Malaysia, it is a prominent Malay theatrical art form and has been so for … Read More
It is a brand new year again according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Day 3 of the Year of the fiery Rooster saw me joining in the hour-long celebration of … Read More
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 is the tradition of Syeun Hotel Ipoh to host a Chinese New Year celebration on the third day of the Lunar New Year, usually with a double lion and … 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.