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Buying ingredients from the wet market to cook for the reunion dinner.

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A traditional family reunion dinner during Chinese New Year.

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Children at the Chinese New Year fun fair at the Great World Park.

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A family going to the Istana open house during the Chinese New Year festival.

Keeping Traditions Alive

Be it 2020 or 1960, Chinese New Year festivities stay comfortingly the same.
Jan 24, 2020 5:50 AM

FOR MANY CHINESE families, the reunion dinner is perhaps the most important meal of the year. Whether it’s a home-cooked menu lovingly prepared by homemakers of the 60s and 70s, or the hassle-free but lavish restaurant dinners today, this family tradition is as strong as ever.

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