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THE annual Penang Chinese New Year Celebration (Miao Hui) 2022 will return in a new virtual mode, combining culture with technology, arts and music.
The popular celebration, which will be held from Jan 1 to Feb 15 next year, is expected to feature a few physical events while the rest will be held virtually.Volunteers arranging a video shoot on preparation of traditional nyonya kuih for the virtual celebration of Miao Hui 2021.— Filepic
Penang Chinese Clan Council chairman Datuk Ang Cho Teing said the event’s theme ‘Check-In’ was chosen “because other than our homes, the various ancestral halls in Penang are also places that we can ‘check-in’ to experience the warm feeling of home”.
Ang told a press conference recently that a group of volunteers had been preparing for the event since March this year.
“They have been forming art and literature units, collecting information and working on a method of presentation for each ancestral hall in the heritage and non-heritage sites.
“We hope such efforts will allow those who join the event to learn about the local culture and inspire them to experience the cultural inheritance journey,” he said.
The event, which is estimated to cost RM400,000, is organised by the Penang Chinese Clan Council with the support of the Penang state government.
The event’s main planner Ong Ee Theng said the celebration would feature stories behind the doors at the streets in the heritage precincts.
“If we talk about the word ‘Jia’ (home), I am certain everyone holds an undeniable feeling deep within our hearts, where home is something that will never change to us.
“The journey of returning home may always be long but as much as we miss our home, we can always find the guidance to bring us back happily.
“In the case of George Town, if we walk past streets in the heritage precincts, we will see doors painted with various deity appearances.
“But have we wondered what is the meaning behind it?
“This Miao Hui will reveal the stories behind those doors,” she said.
Ong also said during the event, there will be 25 performing arts units participating.
“There will be 20 heritage sites and seven non-heritage sites involved as well,” she said.
She also said the event will feature its own website with mini games and performances, all developed and designed from scratch.
“Other than that, there are other events like workshops, live streams alongside some offline events,” she added.