What is celebrated as the first day of a new year in many countries is known as Spring Festival in China. Yes, the Chinese celebrate it as a festival filled with colors, events and exquisite preparations. It’s more so in Singapore, where New Year celebrations are a blend of modern and traditional events.(Continue Reading Here...)
Entries From Category: 'Singapore Chinese New Year'
January 19th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Singapore Chinese New Year, Singapore Events, Singapore Night Life
January 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Singapore Chinese New Year, Singapore Events
I have compiled a list of 5 hidden spots from where you can witness this gala event and still stay away from the maddening crowd.
The spots though are not entirely solo but have less number of tourists compared to other spots.
January 29th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Singapore Chinese New Year, Singapore Events
You gotta see this.
The Chingay Parade in Singapore is Asia’s biggest street parade held once a year during the Chinese New Years celebrations.
(Read: 5 Very Important Things I Learned This Chinese New Year)
What was once a small parade, first held in 1973, as a response to the official firecracker ban from the year before, and to bring back cheering and joy to the people, has no evolved into a massive, multicolor staged show, broad casted live by the national television and watched by over a million of people each year.(Continue Reading Here...)
January 28th, 2009 · No Comments · Singapore Chinese New Year
Only the best!
Especially for my readers I compiled the below list of Chinese New Year posts that you will definitely need to read if you want to be properly prepared for next years Chinese New Year celebrations.
I hope you all … Continue Reading(Continue Reading Here...)
January 28th, 2009 · 1 Comment · AngryAngMo Blog, Singapore Chinese New Year
1. Before joining the gambling sessions, put some money aside for your cab ride home. First point.
The four long days of main Chinese New Year celebrations are over in Singapore. Its a sunny Wednesday morning, the new lunar year has … Continue Reading(Continue Reading Here...)
January 23rd, 2009 · 4 Comments · AngryAngMo Blog, Singapore Chinese New Year, Singapore Events
No Fireworks in Singapore this year.
Personally I wasn’t a big fan of the fireworks conducted in Singapore anyway. But thats probably just due to the relatively high level of expectations I gained, after having witnessed the gigantic NYE fireworks in … Continue Reading
January 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · AngryAngMo Blog, Singapore Chinese New Year
Why Chinese New Year Isn’t As Welcomed As You Might Think
Of course there is all this beautiful red decoration everywhere, long cues of people changing their money to the rare “Chinese New Year Edition”, just to spread it sourly smiling … Continue Reading(Continue Reading Here...)