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Chinese New Year

Jun 1, 2017
Chinese New Year

Malaysia is a beautiful and democratic country that truly embraces its diverse multiracial and multicultural society. Its uniqueness lies in the harmonious coexistence of different races, religions and cultures that Malaysia is known all over the world for. Of the many colourful celebrations in Malaysia, Chinese New Year is one of the most popular....

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Special Hindu Festival

Jan 20, 2011
Special Hindu Festival

By Agence France-Presse | Updated: 1/20/2011 Malaysian Hindus do bloody penance at festival More than one million Hindu devotees flocked to a Malaysian cave temple Thursday to mark a colourful Hindu festival during which they pierce themselves with hooks and skewers. The worshippers converged on the Batu Caves temple, a spectacular limestone cavern on...

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