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    Quote Originally Posted by sgRED View Post
    16th Feb is the 1st day of Chinese New Year. Restaurants now should be offering "Yu Sheng" https://www.foodline.sg/PageImage/Ca...4413_large.jpg and those super expensive Chinese New Year meals.
    i'm looking for the cheap ones kid, preferably not the leftovers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDREAMOFGINI View Post
    i'm looking for the cheap ones kid, preferably not the leftovers.
    Don't think you can find one uncle.

    CNY is the best time for restaurants to make a pile from Chinese diners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgRED View Post
    Don't think you can find one uncle.

    CNY is the best time for restaurants to make a pile from Chinese diners.
    cheers. I'll wait till off season
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDREAMOFGINI View Post
    cheers. I'll wait till off season
    While you are waiting, try those CNY cookies. You'll love it!

    https://www.malaysianchinesekitchen....2/IMG_2425.jpg

    http://i2.wp.com/www.guaishushu1.com...size=484%2C484

    http://sengkangbabies.com/wp-content...1/DSC_6522.jpg

    https://productnation.co/wp-content/...a-1068x524.jpg

    http://sengkangbabies.com/wp-content...pple-tarts.jpg

    My favorites are the pineapple tarts and Kuih Bangkit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDREAMOFGINI View Post
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    not in my country (Singapore) though.

    You should try this:-

    http://singaporesupermarketrecipes.c...motions-31.jpg

    One of the most expensive but delicious dishes during CNY.

    The "normal-price" Chinese New Year set meals.

    http://orchidliveseafood.com.sg/wpcl...CNY-2018-1.png
    Last edited by GrottonRed; 14-2-18 at 13:05. Reason: quote removed
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    Happy Chinese New Year!

    Wish everyone has a "soon soon li li, huat dua cai"* Dog Year!

    *smooth sailing and prosperous in local dialect Hokkien.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgRED View Post
    Happy Chinese New Year!

    Wish everyone has a "soon soon li li, huat dua cai"* Dog Year!

    *smooth sailing and prosperous in local dialect Hokkien.
    We're learning all about Chinese New Year at the nursery where I work. The children are really interested in it all.

    Happy Chinese New Year to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiny65 View Post
    We're learning all about Chinese New Year at the nursery where I work. The children are really interested in it all.

    Happy Chinese New Year to you
    Thanks!

    I actually respect the "teachers" in nursery/childcare centers a lot. Must be very patient and yet strict at the same time with the kids.
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