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Halloween at Club Street
Old Pictures of Chinatown
Sago Lane, the Street of the Dead
Chinatown, Singapore in 1955
Chinatown Night Market
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Chinese New Year 2008 at Chinatown, Singapore
Hungry Ghost Festival
Chinese New Year 2010 Celebration
Chinese New Year festivities in Chinatown
Fireworks display in Chinatown during Mid-Autumn Festival
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Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown, Singapore
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"One of my family's favourite tradition every Chinese New Year Eve is to squeeze in with the masses at the Chinatown Night Market... the annual nocturnal bazaar is a celebration of sight, sound, scent, touch and tastes, mingled with hordes of humanity..."
"This year, apart from the exhibition on Taoism, there was also a talk show conducted by Master Leong from HongKong who spoke in Cantonese... suddenly it seemed somewhat clearer to me as I listened to the explanation and then, the demonstration."
"This blog to express as a tribute to the Samsui women of Singapore, the silent heroine who built Singapore over five decades..."
"Think about those traditional wooden clogs. They were such a rage with those Samsui women!"
"Chinatown, an old world charm which still exists today. The old buildings of yesteryear still stands after having..."
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