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Chinese New Year 2009 (Chinatown, Singapore)
« on: January 26, 2009, 02:34:33 PM »
It's our first time to join the celebrations.  Sa Pilipinas naman kasi, hindi naman holiday ang Chinese New Year.

Here are a few shots..

Bustling chinatown


Lots of stores selling goodies mostly for good luck and prosperity.


Streets all around Chinatown was lit.


Night shot of the popular Buddhist Temple.


We came across an auction..  lots of Chinese artifacts.  I tried listening to the auctioneer pero hirap intindihin.  He was talking fast and his English has a strong accent.


This street performer was playing his harmonica and kept on going round and round and round..


If I were the ox, I wouldn't be that close to the firecracker..  alam naman natin kung gaano katindi ang sinturon ni hudas.


Lots of Chinese delicacies were available.  You have to line up for it though because of so many people buying.


3.. 2.. 1.. 0...  Happy New Year!  (these are about 5-meter long sinturon ni hudas)


Siyempre, di mawawala ito..
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Chinese New Year 2009 (Chinatown, Singapore)
« on: January 26, 2009, 02:34:33 PM »

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