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活动 :迁馆重开典礼

Activity: Opening Ceremony

马来西亚民众图书馆及研发中心 迁馆重启 开幕典礼  

Malaysian Public Library, Research and Development Centre Opening Ceremony

时间 | Date : 11-02-2022
地点 | Venue:  精英大厦二楼,吉隆坡 | Second Floor, Wisma HELP, Kuala Lumpur

活动 :讲座会

Activity: Talk

通胜之书 | The Use and Knowledge of the Chinese Almanac (Tung Shing)

时间 | Date : 11-03-2022
地点 | Venue:  精英大厦二楼,吉隆坡 Second Floor, Wisma HELP, Kuala Lumpur

讲员 | Speaker: 许鸿方大师 Master Kenny Hoo

欢庆端午节

Dragon Boat Festival Celebration

端午节粽子包裹及面条制作工作坊

Chinese Rice Dumpling  (zongzi) Wrapping
Noodle Making Workshop

日期 | Date: 21-05-2022
地点 | Venue: Gallery Wisma CL, HELP University
节目包括 : 粽子竹叶包裹与手艺艺术 | 传统面条手工制作 | 端午讲座
Activities: Chinese Rice Dumpling (zongzi) Wrapping | Traditional Noodle Making | Dragon Boat Festival Talk

Activities Photos: Photo & Workshop

Further Reading: Dragon Boat Festival

活动 : 探访交流会

Activity: Visitation & Gathering

文冬及林明民众图书馆 探访与交流 

Bentang and Sg Lembing Public Library Visitation & Gathering

时间 | Date : 23-07-2022
地点 | Venue: Sungai Lembing, Kuantan Pahang l 林明,关单彭亨
节目包括:三馆互访及交流
Activities: 3 MPL visit and gather at Sungai Lembing MPL, Pahang

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

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Cultural Activities Need To Be Promoted

Malaysian Chinese are among the overseas Chinese, the most complete ethnic group that maintains and inherits Chinese cultural traditions! Therefore, you can often see the emergence of traditional festivals and religious celebrations with strong Chinese culture in Malaysia.

The ancestors of Malaysian Chinese mostly come from Fujian Province, Guangdong Province, Hainan Province and Guangxi Province, so they have inherited the fine traditional Chinese culture very well, and have been committed to promoting and carrying forward the major Chinese traditional festivals and religious celebrations in Malaysia.

Almost every month, Chinese Malaysians can be seen celebrating traditional festivals or religious celebrations. For example, during the Lunar New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival, the streets and alleys are full of red lanterns; during the Mid-Autumn Festival, the streets are full of colorful flags, as well as the singing stage and theatrical troupe to reward the gods; the streets and alleys during the birthday of the Nine Emperor Gods are fluttering yellow flags, vegetarian The various delicacies at the stalls are also mouth watering! It can be seen that Malaysian Chinese really love traditional culture and festivals, and have been working hard to pass on it.

There are many traditional Chinese festivals. We have listed the most important festivals and religious celebrations. If there is any omission, we will make up for it as soon as possible.

Malaysian Chinese celebrated festivals: (Sample)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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