KLHunter has been the event organizer of this Event for Kuala Lumpur City and has been successfully  organizing the 7th Chap Goh Mei in the year 2006.  It started in year 2000 at Taman Tasik Permaisuri with a simple event for KLHunter’s member and has managed to attract some public participation. Due to this, KLHunter has decided to further do their part in contribution to this culture by continuing to organize this event.

We have extended our part in having Lions Dance, Quize, Fun Zone, Bazaar, SMS Matching, SMS contest, Lucky Draw, etc and lots more activities so to provide more option and variety to our participants.

Besides that, this is also a great platform for the participating suppliers and sponsors to display their brandings in a more effective way. 

As we are still in the process of setting up the entire event for the coming years, we believe there is room for additional prime benefits for your establishment in this venture. We are willing and are open to progressive discussions on such avenues for our mutual benefit.
 
History of Chap-Goh-Mei

ChapGohMei represents the fifteenth and final day of the Lunar New Year period as celebrated by Chinese migrant communities. The term is from the Hokkien dialect and literally means the fifteenth day of the first month.

It is the occasion of the first full moon of the New Year. Chap Goh Mei is also known as the Chinese Valentine's Day. On a celebratory point of view, this night sees the gathering of family members as they sit down to a meal together.

Another story of the Chinese Valentine's Day also states that this is the only day in the whole year that young maidens are allowed to stroll the streets. However, they must be accompanied by a chaperon. Knowing this fact,
many young men would gather around with hope of catching glimpses of these lovely maidens. According to the legend, there will be a matchmaker from the moon who would tie red strings of destiny on their legs. As a result, the couple will end up being together.