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The Year of the PIG – Chinese New Year in Singapore

In Singapore, Chinese New Year is one of the most important festivals of the year and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy. The Chinese New Year of the Pig in 2019 was no exception.

Leading up to the holiday, many streets and buildings in Singapore were decorated with red lanterns, banners, and pig-themed decorations to create a festive atmosphere. Chinatown, in particular, is a popular destination during Chinese New Year, where people can enjoy the bustling crowds, street markets, and lion dance performances.

One of the most important traditions during Chinese New Year is the reunion dinner, where families gather together for a feast on New Year’s Eve. Many Singaporeans also visit their relatives and friends to exchange greetings, share food, and give red packets containing money to younger generations.

Another popular tradition during Chinese New Year in Singapore is the tossing of the yusheng, a dish of raw fish and vegetables, to bring prosperity and good luck for the coming year. People also light firecrackers and fireworks to drive away evil spirits and welcome the new year.

Overall, the Chinese New Year of the Pig in Singapore was a time of joy, celebration, and togetherness for many families and communities.

In the Chinese zodiac, the Pig (also known as the Boar) is the twelfth and final animal in the 12-year cycle. People born in the year of the Pig are believed to be honest, loyal, and friendly, with a calm and gentle personality.

Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is a traditional Chinese holiday celebrated at the turn of the lunar calendar, which usually falls between late January and mid-February. Each year is associated with one of the twelve zodiac animals, and 2019 was the year of the Pig.

During Chinese New Year, people traditionally gather with family and friends to celebrate with feasts, fireworks, and other festivities. The Pig is considered a symbol of wealth and good fortune, and its image can be found in various decorations and greetings during the holiday.

Overall, the Chinese New Year of the Pig is a time for celebration, renewal, and the beginning of a new cycle in the lunar calendar.


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