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CNY carnival a big hit with locals and tourists alike

15th January, 2020

KOTA KINABALU: The Chinese New Year Carnival at Lintasan Deasoka and Gaya Street is a big hit with locals and tourists alike, said Api Api Assemblywoman Datuk Christina Liew.

She visited every stall at the carnival which was jointly organised by the Federation of Chinese Associations Sabah (FCAS) led by Tan Sri T.C. Goh and Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK) on Monday night.

Liew, who was accompanied by Mayor Datuk Nordin Siman, was happy to note that Bumiputera entrepreneurs were also cashing in on the festive season to boost their income.

“This is yet another venue for entrepreneurs, traders and craft-makers to promote their products. I find that some of them are very creative and have designed their own Sabah souvenirs for the local market.

“I also met tourists from as far as England and China,” she said.

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