Auspicious Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner 2014

Auspicious Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner 2014 with your beloved family!
Brought to you by Macma Selangor

Date: 3oth January 2014 (Thursday)
Time : 8.00 pm
Venue: Restoran Hj Sharin Low, No 33A, Jalan Suarasa 8/3
Lake Valley Town Park, Bandar Tun Hussien Onn,43200 Cheras,Kuala Lumpur

(3.0472459740944533,101.75980850431348)

Price : @RM40 /pax , children below 12 years @RM20/pax.

Limited seats only! Please RSVP before 20th January 2014

Interested please Contact : Nurlaily Yap – 012-3066542
Nurul Nadhirah Liew – 013-3994211
Kaiyisiah Yeoh – 012-3356005

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The reunion dinner on the eve of the Lunar New Year is like a magnet that draws all the family members back home. Reunion dinner is less of a ceremony and more of a promise that the family will once again unite despite their work and studies outside. The feast that’s held on the eve of the New Year is always well prepared and sumptuous. Essentials of the feast include fish (representing an abundant year), lettuce (representing vigorous), shallot (representing wisdom), celery (representing diligence), chicken and duck. Although families still gather together, it is now often that they do not eat inside the home. Many restaurants will offer a Reunion Dinner Package to attract these modern people who want to have a great dinner but haven’t enough time to cook. The infamous “Loh Sang” delicacy will be included also to mark this auspicious day.

Many Muslim leaders endorse these celebrations, as long as such activities do not contain non-Islamic elements, such as deity worship and the consumption of non-halal food, for example pork and alcohol. They see Chinese New Year activities such as wearing red, giving ang pao and lion dance as cultural practices that do not contradict Islamic teachings. They also think get-together events, such as mutual visits, reunion dinners and open houses, fit well with Islamic values, and view these activities as promoting ‘silaturahim’ (maintaining good relationships).

“Kinship (rahim) is derived from Allah (Ar-Rahman). If anyone maintains ties of kinship, Allah maintains ties with him. If anyone cuts them off, Allah cuts him off.” [al-Adab al-Mufrad]

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