Monday, 7 February 2011

Chinese New Year 2011 @ Then Sze Khoon Temple

The Chinese New Year is the most important holiday for ethnic Chinese people all around the world. The Chinese calendar and dates are traditionally based on changes of the moon. They are not based on the sun. The New Year starts at the beginning of this lunar (moon) calendar.


A man prays at Then Sze Khoon temple in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011 wishing for good fortune of  the Chinese New Year ...

From CNY 2011
A man burns the joss stick at Then Sze Khoon temple in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011 wishing for good fortune of the Chinese New Year..
From CNY 2011

Chinese burn the joss stick wishing for good fortune of the Chinese New Year..

From CNY 2011

A  woman hold incense as she pray during Chinese New Year celebration at Then Sze Khoon temple in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011 wishing for good  fortune of  the Chinese New Year..

From CNY 2011
A man prays at Then Sze Khoon temple in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011 wishing for good fortune of  the Chinese New Year ...
From CNY 2011
A man burns the joss stick at Then Sze Khoon temple in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011 wishing for good fortune of the Chinese New Year..
From CNY 2011

A woman burns the joss papers at Then Sze Khoon temple in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011..

From CNY 2011

A photographer  looks at his camera at Then Sze Khoon in Seremban on Sunday Feb 6, 2011..
 
From CNY 2011
Then Sze Khoon temple is a popular place in Seremban to visit for the Chinese during Chinese New Year..
From CNY 2011

1 comments:

ken said...

nice shots :)

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