Tag Archives: Chinatown

A Trip to the Chinese New Year Street Bazaar at Chinatown

One of the most important Chinese festivals is the Chinese Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year for short. While this means a time to visit and catch up with family and relatives, it also means a nice early 2 day public holiday early in the year for most here in Singapore. For some it also means the yearly pilgrimage …

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Chinatown Chinese New Year Official Light Up Ceremony 2015

Chinatown Chinese New Year Official Light Up Ceremony 2015

It was a night to remember as thousands thronged the streets of Chinatown to catch a glimpse of the Chinese New Year Official Light Up Ceremony. Guest of Honour, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, together with the various VIPs, kicked off the night with lighting of sparklers to simulate a giant firecracker structure (For our foreign friends, fireworks are only …

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Happy Chinese New Year to All~!

Chinatown Chinese New Year Light Up 2015

It is the time of the year again where we celebrate the Lunar New Year or more commonly known as the Chinese New Year. While originally a Chinese festival, here in Singapore it also means a nice long weekend for everyone. For the team at POPCulture Online, we are also back after a good break to bring to you our …

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Ushering in the Year of the Goat this Chinese New Year at Chinatown

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Chinatown ushers in an “Abundance of Joy & Prosperity” With SG50 and the Year of the Goat! The Chinese New Year Celebrations at Chinatown are always one to look out for and this year will see a strong SG50 theme interwoven with the iconic traditional event ushering the new lunar year. With the theme “Abundance of Joy & prosperity”, the …

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Chinatown Celebrates “Galloping to Prosperity” in the Year of the Horse

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Welcoming visitors to Chinatown till the end of February will be 88 life-sized horse-shaped lanterns and dazzling gold coins which are part of the celebrations to usher in the Chinese New Year. Organised by Kreta Ayer-Kim Seng Citizens’ Consultative Committee (KA-KS CCC), these celebrations are part of the Hua Qing Spring Festival celebrations, an umbrella branding for Chinese New Year …

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