Malaysians craft giant incense sticks by hand for Lunar New Year Thousands of giant incense sticks, some mounted with dragon heads, line the walls of a Malaysian workshop where they are being made by hand before the Lunar New Year holidays.
In the rural town of Kubang Semang, the workers spend months crafting the sticks -- some as tall as two metres (6.5 feet) -- before sending them to stores. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITESN°1NZ94P
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