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Tamparuli Sabah - A place to visit

Tamparuli Sabah was known as an old town rich with cultural value and fascinating places. The town located in the middle of Tuaran District, 36KM from the main city of Kota Kinabalu, easy to be found and a lot of surprises waiting for the visitors. The visitor will be fascinated with The Extreme Para Gliding Sport, The legendary of “Bukit Perahu”, Hatob-hatob Waterfall, Hanging Bridge and The Old Suspension Bridge Made by the British in the early 50s, The one and only "The Upside House Of Borneo" and Chantek Borneo Gallery if you visit Tamparuli Sabah. ( Please read more inside this website). For local tourist who likes to travel outside Malaysia, you can e-mail to D7tours and Travel Co through For International tourist who wish to visit Sabah The Land Below The Wind, you can e-mail or call to our correspondent travel agency:

D7-TRAVEL AND TOURS-Registered Travel and Tours Co
H/p: 016-8121702


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Gong Xi Fatt Choi 2013

To all  my fellow Chinese friends residing here at Tamparuli, Kiulu and Tuaran, Happy Chinese New Year and have a prosperous life through out the year of a Snake. For safety, do not drinks too much alcohol and drive safely. God Bless.... Harry George and family's. 

Feng Sui For 2013 - Year of a Snake.

2013 is the Year of the Water Snake. It starts on February 10, 2013.

For the traditional feng shui practitioners and enthusiasts it is also the time to adjust the annual feng shui cures, you are correct. Find out all about the annual stars, both beneficial feng shui stars, as well as the challenging ones for the current year and adjust the feng shui cures in your home decor several days before the Chinese New Year. 

How can you best celebrate the Chinese New Year? It is always helpful to clean your home thoroughly, as well as use some space clearing to assure the feng shui energy in your home is clear and fresh. Be sure to do all the cleaning before the New Year's Day and refrain from cleaning in the first few days of the New Year, as this is considered bad luck. 

Traditionally, here are the main elements of the Chinese New Year celebration:
HOME DECOR. After thoroughly cleansing the home, Chinese people will decorate it with auspicious red color decor items carrying golden inscriptions with the symbols of Happiness, Longevity, Prosperity, etc. Various flowers, such as Chrysanthemum, Lucky Bamboo, Plum Blossoms and others are used in the Chinese New Year home decor according to the specific meaning of each flower. 

You will also see the mystic knot symbol used in numerous decor items, as well as images of many ancient gods venerated in Chinese culture, such as Guan Yu, the God of War and Justice, the Jade Emperor, as well as the very popular Kitchen God. 

Basically, all the efforts are directed towards creating clean and harmonious energy in your home in order to welcome the blessings of the New Year.

WHAT TO WEAR. Most Chinese people will also wear new clothes for the New Year celebration to honour the birth of fresh, new energy. Many will also wear clothing in specific colors to win the favors of the ruling zodiac sign/animal of the New Year. 

How do you know what colors to wear for the celebration? It's easy. 

Find out the feng shui element of the year. 
2013 is the Water element year.

Choose colours that express this element.
Water element colours are blue and black. You can also use Metal element colours - white and gray - as Metal nourishes Water in the cycle of 5 feng shui elements.
Of course, the auspiciousness of red and gold colours are always welcomed at the Chinese New Year celebration and can be incorporated as accessories or clothing details.

FOOD. The big dinner is sure an important part of this beautiful celebration, and there is a variety of traditional dishes that are prepared specifically for the Chinese New Year. Many of these dishes are served because of their meaning and association with specific energies, as well as on specific days of this long celebration. 

For example "fish" in Cantonese sounds like "abundance", so there is always a fish dish at the Chinese New Year celebration. The uncut noodles symbolize long life, while the many sweet dishes are expressions of hope for sweetness in the New Year. You can look up the recipes for some of the most popular Chinese New Year dishes, such as:

Steamed Whole Fish
Longevity Noodles
Buddha's Delight: Jai Vegetarian Dish
Jiaozi - Chinese Dumplings
The mandarin oranges are a must at the Chinese New Year table because they are a symbol of good luck, also called golden luck.

SOCIAL CUSTOMS. The morning after the New Year's day many traditional red envelopes with a bit of money in them are given to children and friends. This symbolises a helping hand from the older generation to the younger one, as well as wishes for prosperity and financial well-being. Small gifts are also exchanged between family members and friends. 

You might be familiar with the lion dance, which is often performed during the Chinese New Year in both businesses, as well as some homes. The meaning of the lion dance is to evict and neutralize all negative energy from the previous year. The firecrackers during this celebration have the same purpose of evicting the evil spirits. 

Traditionally, the Chinese New Year celebration lasts for 15 days with the festival of Lanterns being the culmination of this big holiday. This is the day when numerous candles are lit on the streets of Chinese communities to symbolize the coming of a fresh new light of the New Year. The beautiful sight of many red paper lanterns with a gentle flickering of fire in them is a welcoming symbol of the hopes and wishes for a beneficial New Year.

As you see, the Chinese New Year is a very beautiful celebration rooted in centuries of traditions with very specific symbolic meaning. You can either use the Chinese symbolism of the elements that most appeal to you, or create your own way of celebrating and welcoming the energy of a New Year. 

What matters the most is that you genuinely celebrate a New Year, be it in a traditional Chinese way or not. Being genuine and sincere always wins the favor of Gods!


Happy Chinese New Year to my friends and relatives. 

Jessey George and Ng Honey
Laura Dolusim and Ah Loong Family's
Solumi and Jimmy Voon Family's
Hillary S. Manson and Family's
Desmond Sim and Family's
Thonny Chee
Yap Chee Lung
Wong Pai Men
Zykiel Leong
Zyrody Leong
Vun Keat Ming
Tan Boon Tai
Tan Men Chong
Jackson Golubi
Ah Seng.. 
Liew Vun Fui
Mark Voon Jimmy
Backer Voon Jimmy
Nytelie Yukin and Family's
Audrey and Family's
Grace Chang Sim Vui
Alex Tsui
Ng Hock Tee
Mdm Christina Joan Luan and Familys
Marcellus Majiken

For those friends which not included, sorry and Gong Xi Fatt Choi... Qi Nian Quai Le.


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