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Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
Singapore: Let’s take a walk3
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Singapore: Let’s take a walk3

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The pictures with the Legend of Chinese Zodiac are taken in Thian Hoch Keng temple Singapore

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  1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1904621-singapore-lets-walk3/
  2. Chinatown is located within the larger district of Outram Chinese New Year – often called Chinese Lunar New Year although it actually is lunisolar – is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is an all East and South-East- Asia celebration. Sago street Sri Mariamman Sultan Mosque
  3. In China it is known as "Spring Festival," the literal translation of the Chinese name 春节 (Pinyin: Chūn Jié), owing to the difference between Western and traditional Chinese methods for computing the seasons .
  4. This Lunar New Year will usher the Year Of The Rabbit. A Year ready to leap forward with confidence and advance your career as the stars are in your favour. It is also a wonderful year to tie knot or start a family
  5. Chinese New Year has just passed and the decorations have only just come down for another year but not yet..
  6. Resembling a miniature orange, kumquats are a popular treat during the Chinese New Year season, as they are a symbol of prosperity for the coming year.
  7. The locals would buy Kumquat trees and decorate them with red packets in many cities of south.
  8. This is a play on words. In Chinese the kumquat is called Gam Gat Sue. The word Gam rhymes with the Chinese word for gold, and the word Gat rhymes with the Chinese word for luck.
  9. The tiny green leaves of this plant symbolize wealth as the word Luk (green) rhymes with the Chinese word for wealth. Finally the shape of the small oranges are a symbol of unity and perfection.
  10. Kumquat (cumquat) in Cantonese Chinese, means golden (Kum) and “Quat” meaning good fortune. A potted Kumquat tree with fruit is the ornament of choice during the Chinese New Year celebration in S.E. Asia, a tradition similar to the display of Christmas trees. The fruits are used in many Asian ceremonies and as offerings on the home altar.
  11. rabbit dragon snake horse sheep monkey rooster pig dog rat ox tiger
  12. The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Singapore
  13. Qingyang Gong Daoist Temple ChengduSingapore China Town
  14. Anthony Poon (1945-2006) Performance 1991
  15. Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foi oreanuş Internet Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound Chinese New Year Song - M-Girls

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