MELAKA: The local Peranakan Chinese community has the right to pursue bumiputera status, said Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz...
“The beads have to be painstakingly sewn by hand one bead at a time. A simple design takes about 4-6 days to complete, working 5 hours a day. A more complex design sometimes consumes a month of human labour.”
Nyonya cakes are known for their vibrant colours, exquisite presentation and delightful taste, making them irresistible.
An article written by Dr. Lim Chin Lam, published in The Star Newspaper on 22-Jan-2013.
An article about how Peranakans got their names, using the creative Peranakan naming convention!
A modern wedding with traditional Peranakan wedding custom elements by Baba Cedric Tan
A writeup about the old practices still performed by the Peranakans of today.
An old (but interesting) article found on the Internet about the state of the Peranakan Culture in Malaysia.