Regale your loved ones and esteemed clients this Lunar New Year with a hamper unlike any other. Instead of sending over a towering basket mostly filled with unremarkable nonessentials, why not gift them a collection of thoughtfully curated items they’re bound to appreciate instead?
Pretty in pink and strikingly chic, have you ever seen such a stylish hamper in a tote bag? The Grandeur Collection from The Marmalade Pantry—which comes with goodies made in a halal-certified ktchen—is a unique gift perfect for the modern Singaporean.
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We were feeling a tad bit sad that Christmas has come to an end but then we remembered that the Chinese New Year is just around the corner. We are excited to usher in the year of Pig and for us foodies, Chinese New Year means one crucial thing: another round of intense feasting!
Food and reunion meals are an absolute must for Chinese New Year. While many people prefer to whip up a reunion meal by themselves, sometimes it is almost impossible to feed the sheer number of guests you have.
But there are plenty of reputable and reliable catering companies out there that can do the job for you. One of these companies is Stamford Catering, and they are a common name when you need suggestions for stellar buffet line-ups to satisfy the masses.
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When it comes to Chinese New Year, there are a few things that immediately spring to mind: Family reunions, hot pot dinners, red packets (ang pao) and of course, the green light to snack non-stop.
Filled with a multitude of pastries, cookies and sweet treats galore, no Chinese New Year celebration is complete without festive goodies. Period. Time to start stocking up, but in case you don’t know where to start, here is our list of 10 Chinese New Year Snacks that every Chinese household should have in 2019.