Today is the final day of Chinese new year celebration. Before it officially ends, I'd like to share with you some pics taken right before the new year in Singapore's China Town.
Dried meat - a must for Chinese new year dinner. But my Swiss mom in law finds the taste unpalatable. Well, my mom thinks the same about her cheeses.
A nation with a penchant for celebration of all sorts, Singapore is unique in that it embraces celebrations of all races.
Chinese shoppers hunting for pre-new year bargains.
For those of you who miss out the Indian's Thaipusam Festival, do head over to Eastcoastlife. ECL has brilliantly covered this colourful event at Little India here in Singapore.
Let's now catch the last ray of Chinese new year before it fades away.
I wonder why they bother to buy plastic flowers for Chinese new year....?
New year decoration in front of a shop house.
New year ornaments - The Chinese adores red which is seen as a colour of good fortune.
Greedy kids are sampling all kinds of seeds - a must for Chinese new year.
No, you're wrong. These are not for birds.
Taiwanese goodies sold here. Mark my word, the taste is damned disgusting.
Tea house and restaurant.
Fruits, fruits and more fruits. But no durians. Bearbear was extremely disappointed.
Dear money god, I'm praying hard to you to bring good fortune to the whole wide world!
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