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Huat Huat Land

Roll into prosperity with larger-than-life pineapples, sit on a pile of gold and shuffle gigantic mahjong tiles at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre as it transforms its Roof Garden to usher in a prosperous Chinese New Year with Huat Huat Land. One can also step into familiar scenes of Chinese New Year celebrations in the heartlands with a series of murals designed by award-winning local illustrator Lee Xin Li, and learn more about how Chinese New Year is celebrated in Singapore.

 

One should also not miss out on the limited-edition red packets specially commissioned by the Cultural Centre and designed by Xin Li, which will see local traditions such as the boisterous lion dance performances, lohei and exchanging of Mandarin oranges spring to life through interactive Augmented Reality (AR).

 

For more information, visit http://www.singaporeccc.org.sg/.

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