Chief Minister Aminuddin Harun celebrated Chinese New Year with a noble cause


Chinese New Year is celebrated as the most important traditional holiday in China. This year it will begin on February 12. It is tied to the Chinese lunar calendar and a very important aspect of the traditions of the Chinese. Chinese lunar calendar is used as a social and religious guide. It is celebrated to honor deities and ancestors.
During this festival, the businessman and the working class stop their work for a while and the entire focus is on friends and family. They thoroughly clean their homes to get rid of any negative energy that might have accumulated in the previous year. It is also a belief that clean homes invite gods. All the rituals done are meant for the well being of the members of the family. In the first few days of celebrating Chinese New Year, they eat long noodles as a symbolic representation of long life.
Chinese New Year is celebrated in many different ways. They meet their friends and relatives, family gatherings, dragon dances, lion dances and red envelopes are given.
Honorable Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan state, Aminuddin Bin Harun is winning the hearts of the Chinese community by distributing thousands of lemon fruits and hampers directly to their homes. According to the belief of Chinese community, lemon fruits are a sign of prosperity. This generous and heart touching approach is being happily welcomed by the Chinese community in the state of Negeri Sembilan.
Many people have put in their precious time and efforts to make it successful. Manimaran Suppiah, the founder of PRONES, co-ordinated and distributed the hampers to the Chinese community in the district of Tampin. The distribution was monitored by Mr. Shukor, a senior member of the People Justice Party and was also coordinated by Roslizam Ramli, chairman of PRONES. Their generous approach has added more happiness and spark in the celebration of the Chinese New year.



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