These are just some of the local take to traditional Chinese New Year dishes that will make this year’s family reunion dinner ever more special.
Year of the Ox! Here the list of some places where you can purchase CNY food and goodies to add excitement to your at-home Chinese New Year celebration this year.
Making New Year’s resolutions are easy. But keeping them is the real challenge. Here are some tips to help you avoid giving up on your resolutions in 2021.
With the pandemic still causing concerns. There are ways to enjoy Christmas right in the comfort of your home. You just need to try something new. We’ve listed out some things you can do to make this Christmas an enjoyable one.
If your Christmas tree is still bare with no embellishments, It’s time to get to work, because Christmas is literally just around the corner! To help you get started, try these 5 creative ways to decorate your Christmas tree!
We all know those traditional Christmas classics that comes on the radio every time Christmas comes around. Here is 5 non-traditional Christmas songs to add to your Spotify Christmas list.
It’s Deepavali, and you just can’t help but think about all those delicious sweets and dessert of different varieties. Here are the 5 healthy recipes off the Net that you can follow to make your own delicious, sweet and guilt-free desserts this Deepavali.
This year, Deepavali falls on 14th November 2020. In conjunction with this joyous celebration of light’s triumph over darkness, we take a look at how it is celebration of Deepavali in Sarawak.
Gawea Sowa or what is more commonly known today as Gawai Dayak has long been an integral part of the culture of the Bidayuh folks. For them, as it is for the Iban and other Dayak folks observing it, Gawai marks the end of the rice harvest season and is held to celebrate a bountiful yield.
On June 1 every year the Dayak people in Sarawak, who are traditionally farmers celebrate Gawai Dayak. It is a day to give thanks to the gods after the rice harvesting season is over.