WARNING: This post may trigger your hunger.
In Malaysia, normality is when you see a plate of char kuey teow being served by a Malay cook at the stall. Or perhaps seeing an Indian Uncle on wheels, selling ais potong to the children within the area. The crossover between different cultures in Malaysia continues as we go on with our daily lives, even during festive seasons. A few of these local delights are enjoyed by different unrelated festivity. In this case, the snacks enjoyed by those celebrating Chinese New Year in Malaysia would definitely be different if you compare them with those from different countries.