Last few weeks, when Chinese New Year was around the corner, I could see many decorations everywhere in Singapore. According to the Chinese calendar, this Lunar New Year is Rabbit’s year. Therefore, there are a lot of decorations that feature rabbits. During the Chinese New Year, the decorations and ornaments feature the colour red which is a sign of wealth, prosperity, and good luck. Therefore, most CNY decors are in red making people happy and cheerful.
After sharing photos of the Pongal Day Festival, here are some pictures I captured during my visits here and there during the last week. Enjoy and Happy Chinese New Year!
I hope you enjoyed looking at these photos of the Chinese New Year celebration. Happy Chinese New year!
If you like festivals, check this post for Singapore Lantern Festival photos.
This Week’s Food Adventure
After sharing our experience with Indian food last week during Pongal Festival, I thought I should share some interesting food we try. Again, here is another Indian food that we enjoyed last week. This day too we had an evening snack at Madura’s Vilas, located in Little India.
How was your week? Are there Chinese New Year celebrations in your country? Please share a comment.
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Below are other posts that share different cultural activities. Please check if you have missed those.
- Stunning Zodiac Lanterns at AMK Hub
- Happy Racial Harmony Day!
- Singapore Lantern Festival and Dazzling Paper Lanterns
- Racial Harmony Day Activities for Preschoolers