Peranakan Sayang is organizing their very first Virtually Peranakan Fest this coming weekend on the afternoons of 21 & 22 November 2020!
Veteran actor Datuk Kenny Chan has died. He was 68.
When contacted, his wife Fern Loo confirmed Chan passed away at a hospital in Melaka on Tuesday (June 12) evening....
MELAKA: The local Peranakan Chinese community has the right to pursue bumiputera status, said Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz...
The Malacca government has declared its backing of a move by the state’s Peranakan Chinese to obtain Bumiputera status, pointing out the community had played a pivotal role in protecting the state from attackers during the early days of the Sultanate...
For the past 40 years, Tan Kok Oo, has been tirelessly designing, cutting, sewing and stringing together shoes that used to be popular back in the 50’s...
"The Peranakan Chinese, who settled in Malacca as early as the 14th century, were recognised as Malays when the Malay Customary Land (MCL) was established under the Malacca Lands Customary Rights Ordinance that was drawn up during the British administration (from 1826 to 1957)."
So popular satay celup in Malacca, now we have even halal satay celup, Chucuk Satay Celup to cater to Muslims.
A centuries-old culture took centre stage last night at the 26th Baba-Nyonya International Convention held at Holiday Villa Subang Jaya in Selangor.
The intricate detailing reflects their rich heritage, writes Sushma Veera
“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.”
A writeup about the old practices still performed by the Peranakans of today.