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Gong Xi Fa Cai 2013

By inSing.com EditorEvents - 04 February 2013 3:44 PM | Updated 08 February 2013

Gong Xi Fa Cai 2013

Wondering which bak kwa is the best in town? Curious to see this year's decoration but you are just to lazy to go down to Chinatown? Need creative excuses to get out the celebration this year? Don't you worry because we at Insing have always got you covered. We present to you our one stop guide to anything and everything that has got to do with Chinese New Year. 


CNY Colours: Year of The Snake in Chinatown

Chinese New Year is a time of the year that families come together celebrate their familiar ties with one another and revel in all things red. Join us as we take a look around Singapore as Shawn Danker explores the meaning of Chinese New Year.


Four great excuses for skipping Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is all about the awkward questions. If you are tired of those intrusive questions. Here are four great ways to excuse yourself from the festivities and make them all wonder


The ultimate bak kwa taste test

We chewed on 35 varieties of bak kwa - from the traditional barbecued pork slices to beef jerky, chicken and mock meats - to narrow in on the best in Singapore


The anatomy of yu sheng - HungryGoWhere

A cold dish filled with ingredients with auspicious associations, the yu sheng is a Lunar New Year must-have. But what makes for a good version?


8 restaurants deals to book for Reunion dinner - HungryGoWhere

Choose from over 200 dining venues including the selection that we have handpicked for you. It’s eating made easy!


The best of yu sheng 2013

Toss in the Chinese New Year with this comprehensive selection of the city’s best lo hei offerings


7 ways to wear red & not look like a hongbao

Start your 2013 Lunar New Year in style, rather than in flames


Best baby clothes for CNY

We help you shop for your kids' Chinese New Year outfits


The Chinese New Year Survival Guide

We have a guide to all the events that will be happening during the Chinese New Year Period.


8 symbolic dishes for Chinese New Year

Here’s a look at what to eat to start the year right


The Chinese New Year Survival Guide

We have a guide to all the events that will be happening during the Chinese New Year Period.


Chinese New Year takeaways 2013

From pen cai to nian gao and pineapple tarts, we have them all for your Chinese New Year feasting


A savoury tray for Chinese New Year

3 easy recipes for Chinese New Year


8 symbolic dishes for Chinese New Year

Choose from over 200 dining venues including the selection that we have handpicked for you. It’s eating made easy!


Where to have that Reunion Dinner

Usher in Chinese New Year with festive set dinners – from a whole roast suckling pig to baby abalone fortune pots, there’s something for every family