CHINESE NEW YEAR

CHINESE NEW YEAR

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  1. Race To Chinese New Year
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    Ep 37: Race To Chinese New Year

    This Chinese New Year, On The Red Dot goes behind the scenes of barbequed meat seller Lim Chee Guan and the River Hongbao carnival as they race ...
  2. A KFC restaurant is seen in Shanghai

    Yum China warns coronavirus outbreak to hit 2020 sales, profit

    Yum China Holdings Inc said on Wednesday its 2020 sales and profit would take a hit, as the coronavirus outbreak has forced the fast food ...
  3. Passengers wearing protective facemasks at the Beijing Railway Station

    Commentary: China in a Wuhan coronavirus lockdown – life is normal but not really

    The worst part of the outbreak is the terrifying headlines we feel compelled to consume about it, leaving us feeling powerless and panicked, says ...
  4. Bangkok’s Chinatown risks losing its identity through gentrification | Video
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    03:31minutes

    Bangkok’s Chinatown risks losing its identity through gentrification | Video

    Bangkok's Chinatown has always been a draw for locals and visitors - more so as Chinese New Year approaches. But its atmosphere is beginning to ...
  5. elvin ng how singapore celebrities celebrated chinese new year

    Commentary: Why tradition still trumps tech this Chinese New Year

    Precious family quirks and traditions still have value as they hold a fast commercialising festive season at bay, says Cherie Tseng.
  6. Medical staff wearing protective clothing transport supplies

    Vast Wuhan virus quarantine in China as cases emerge in Europe, South Asia

    A massive quarantine effort covering 13 cities was in effect in China on Saturday (Jan 25) aimed at containing a deadly virus, as the death toll ...
  7. A woman lights incense while praying in a Chinese temple during the celebration of the Lunar New Ye

    Commentary: Why is Chinese New Year so stress inducing?

    Perhaps it is time to ease up on the festive stress and focus on the true meaning of the season, says Annie Tan.