China celebrates its Lunar New Year on Saturday, marking the start of a 15-day Spring Festival.The occasion is also observed in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines as well as in Chinese communities across the world, not least in London’s West End, the biggest gathering of revellers outside of Asia.
Chinese New Year is almost with us again - but there is still enough time to plan a celebratory trip, even if you want to fly out to China itself. How to do it? Read on...
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson was born during the year of the rat. So are Scarlett Johansson, Prince Charles, Jimmy Carter, Katy Perry, RuPaul and even Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong.
In Singapore, an estimated one in every six couples faces fertility problems and what should be a joyous occasion can bring added stress.The post How To Successfully Navigate Your Fertility Journey During The Festive Period appeared first on theAsianparent - Your Guide to Pregnancy, Baby & Raising Kids.
Chinese New Year is fast approaching – and with it comes a host of superstitions that will apparently dictate how the next 12 months will play out for each of us.
Play Pokemon Go-style AR game, take in many ‘River Hongbao’ events – gotta see ‘em all!This article, Rat Race: Play zodiac hunter, catch epic shows at Singapore’s Chinese New Year party, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company. Want more Coconuts? Sign up for our newsletters!
It's China's most cosmopolitan city, with a population of some 25 million people, including more than 160,000 millionaires and a couple of dozen billionaires. It's a town of wheelers and dealers, go-getters and glamour pusses, big business and flash brands – but it's not all about the money.
As we enter the new decade in 2020 with Chinese New Year just around the…The post Steamed Garlic Butter Prawns with Vermicelli appeared first on Share Food Singapore.
Based on the theme Ushering in a Great Year, Chinatown will be all aglow with beautiful lanterns from 4 January to 22 February 2020.
So here are some handy tips on how to have a more sustainable Chinese New Year celebration without missing out on any of the most important, yummiest, or fun parts.
As the year of the Rat dawns upon us, chefs are taking it upon themselves to come up with the most creative ways to express this year’s Chinese zodiac in the food served.
Dedicated to the Chinese New Year, the playful lineup will be at the core of a new wave of Gucci Pin pop-up stores opening this month.
So good you might want to buy one for yourself.This article, Chinese New Year 2020: Best goodies to usher in the year of the rat, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company. Want more Coconuts? Sign up for our newsletters!
What makes foods like grapes, peas and noodles lucky? The answer has to do with symbolism and superstition.
Craftsmanship takes pride of place in the latest offering from Blancpain for the Chinese New Year, which in 2020 begins on January 25. The Swiss luxury horologist is presenting its first ever porcelain dial on a limited edition watch for the year of the rat, of which only eight unique pieces will be made. To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Swiss luxury watchmaker Blancpain has created a new timepiece with a porcelain dial, which has been entirely hand-crafted in its Métiers d'Art workshops, using techniques that require precision, patience, dexterity and meticulous attention to detail.
Let’s hope they’ll bring in big money in the coming rat year. This article, Chinese New Year 2020: Our picks for the most unique yu sheng to toss, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company. Want more Coconuts? Sign up for our newsletters!
Swiss watchmaker Piaget is celebrating the Chinese New Year with a limited-edition Piaget Altiplano inspired by 2020's Chinese zodiac sign. Set to begin on Saturday, January 25, the year of the rat is the focus of this luxury timepiece, which is distinguished by an ultra-thin mechanical movement. Among them is luxury manufacturer Piaget, which is bringing out a limited-edition of its Altiplano watch spotlighting the Chinese astrological sign for 2020, the rat, which is thought to symbolize ingenuity and perseverance.
Burberry is seeing red this season, with its Chinese New Year 2020 campaign. The luxury fashion brand has unveiled its celebratory campaign to kickstart the upcoming Year of the Rat, starring brand ambassador Zhou Dongyu and models He Cong and Liang Jiyuan. Shot by the photographer Leslie Zhang, the campaign showcases a vivid red collection of tailored and sports-influenced pieces, with highlights including new versions of the label's signature Union sneaker and Lola bag in a bright red hue.
Find out what you can expect from the year ahead based on your animal zodiac, and use that knowledge to design a great 2020 for yourself!