HAFIZ SOHAIMI | Chinese New Year 2016

Malaysian divers perform a lion dance under water during Chinese New Year celebrations at Aquaria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Chinese around the world celebrate the Chinese New Year, Year of Monkey on 8th of February.

Malaysian divers perform a lion dance under water during Chinese New Year celebrations at Aquaria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on February 9th, 2016. Chinese around the world celebrate the Chinese New Year, Year of Monkey on 8th of February. New Straits Times Press / Hafiz Sohaimi

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AMIRUL SYAFIQ MOHD DIN | Chinese New Year 2016

AMIRUL SYAFIQ MOHD DIN | Chinese New Year 2016

Lion dance group performed a dance act for public viewing at the Pavilion shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. Chinese lion dance are the original heritage of the Chinese community, which will mimic the movements of the dancers in lion costumes lion with every Chinese New Year celebrations. The Sun / Amirul Syafiq Mohd Din

AMIRUL SYAFIQ MOHD DIN | Chinese New Year 2016

Malaysian-Chinese children warmly welcomed lion dance group at the Pavilion shopping in Kuala Lumpur. Chinese lion dance are the original heritage of the Chinese community, which will mimic the movements of the dancers in lion costumes lion with every Chinese New Year celebrations. The Sun / Amirul Syafiq Mohd Din

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SHAFWAN ZAIDON | Chinese New Year 2016

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 8th February, 2016. A Malaysian-Chinese woman is holding burning joss stick and pray at a temple in Kuala Lumpur during Chinese New Year celebration..

A Malaysian-Chinese woman holding joss stick and pray at a temple in Kuala Lumpur during Chinese New Year celebration. The celebration marks the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese calendar. Photo by Shafwan Zaidon

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ASYRAF RASID / Chinese New Year 2016

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Visitors watch the acrobatic lion dance performance  on the first day of Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations at a Pavilion shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. The celebration marks the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese calendar. The Sun / Asyraf Rasid

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SHAFIQ ZAIN | Chinese New Year 2016

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An Ethnic Malaysian-Chinese children playing with the lantern at a shop in Kuantan ahead of the Lunar New Year celebrations. The Lunar New Year will mark the start of the year of the monkey on February 8. New Straits Times Press / Shafiq Zain.

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ASYRAF RASID | Chinese New Year 2016

Kuala Lumpur 1 February 2016, A worker makes a final check on lanterns for Chinese New Year celebrations which will be celebrated on 8 February 2015 at Thean Hou Tample in Kuala Lumpur and marks the start of the Year of the Monkey, according to the Chinese Zodiac.  The monkey is a clever animal. It is usually compared to a smart person. During the Spring and Autumn Period (770 – 476 BC), the dignified Chinese official title of marquis was pronounced ‘Hou’, the same as the pronunciation of ‘monkey’ in Chinese. The animal was thereby bestowed with an auspicious meaning. Asyraf Rasid / The Sun.

 

 

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ARIFF SABRI | Chinese New Year 2016

Tokong Kek Lok Si, Pulau Pinang dihiasi dengan lampu berwarna-warni pada 4 Februari 2016 sempena sambutan perayaan Tahun Baru Cina yang akan disambu Isnin ini. Sebanyak 10,000 tanglung dan 230,000 lampu berwarna-warni menghiasi tokong berusia 125 tahun itu sebagai tanda perayaan semakin dirasai oleh masyarakat Tiong Hua. Photo by Ariff Sarbri/ National News Agency of Malaysian.

Tokong Kek Lok Si, Pulau Pinang dihiasi dengan lampu berwarna-warni pada 4 Februari 2016 sempena sambutan perayaan Tahun Baru Cina yang akan disambut empat hari lagi. Sebanyak 10,000 tanglung dan 230,000 lampu berwarna-warni menghiasi tokong berusia 125 tahun itu sebagai tanda perayaan semakin dirasai oleh masyarakat Tiong Hua. National News Agency of Malaysian l Ariff Sarbri

 

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AIZUDDIN SAAD | Chinese New Year 2016

CHINESE NEW YEAR

A young girl playing a shadow of lanterns which decorated for Chinese Lunar New Year celebration at the Thean Hou temple in Kuala Lumpur on February 4th, 2016. The Chinese Lunar New Year will welcome the Year of the Monkey. New Straits Times Press / Aizuddin Saad

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