CHINESE New Year is approaching and I am excited! It’s the time of year when my family will get together for a reunion dinner (that’s on the eve of the New Year) and really enjoy traditional Chinese dishes like the Chai Choy and steam fish. I salivate just thinking about it. The next day is even more exciting because my kids will start collecting their ang pows (red packets) while my cousins, uncles, aunties and I will start gambling in multiple rounds of blackjack (we play with really low stakes where the biggest bet is just RM2 and everything is only for fun). But what I’m even more excited about this year is the fact that we will be entering the Chinese zodiac Year of the Dog, and being in Malaysia where the majority of the population are Muslims, things can get pretty interesting. SEE ALSO: Malaysian businesses ‘self-censoring’ dog...
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