“Lo Hei”, Cantonese for “tossing up good fortune”, is a Chinese New Year ritual adopted in Singapore with relish. The tossing of yu sheng with saying of auspicious phrases has become very much a part of office lunar new year celebrations. Here are some ideas and interesting suggestions for the office lo hei during CNY 2019 – restaurants for lo hei where tossing yu sheng can be memorable.Continue reading →
4 February 2019: In case you are wondering why there is no queue at Lim Chee Guan outlets, it is because they are closed for CNY and will re-open on 10 February 2019.
You know Chinese New Year is near when you see long queues at Lim Chee Guan bak
Chinese New Year falls on Tuesday 5 February 2019 and Wednesday 6 February will also be a public holiday. While many Chinese restaurants in Singapore will give their staff a
See also later post – Restaurants for Lo Hei and Tossing Yu Sheng.Continue reading →
The lunar year of the pig will begin on Tuesday 5 February 2019. The family reunion dinner is one of the most important highlights of Chinese new year celebrations. So plan early for the Chinese new year eve (
The proper Singaporean way to welcome 2019 is to have a good satisfying meal on the last night of 2018. Many hotels and restaurants in Singapore are planning exciting and extravagant New Year’s Eve dinner celebrations. A number of the venues will allow you to get a view of the New Year’s Eve (NYE) fireworks which will be part of the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2019. Here are a few great places to eat in Singapore on the last night of 2018.