Chinese New Year 2012: Wheelock Place, ION & Wisma

Very subtle decorations at Wheelock Place.

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The cardboard dragon at Muji.

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Fanta and F&N Orange is a must at Chinese New Year. I think it’s a particularly Singapore thing. Used to love the free flow of the fizzy drink at Chinese Weddings when I was a kid.

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This was pretty creative. Dragon paper cutting motif on a gown. Although I think any black in an outfit would be frowned upon?

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I do love the detail in traditional Chinese paper cuttings.

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The Posh supermarket at ION.

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Glory Pineapple Tarts.

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Haven’t seen rambutan in a while. These looked so red and tempting.

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And on to Wisma where I took a shot of the Gap window display. Nothing that really impressed me though. Just the usual dragon motif at most of the stores.

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One Response to Chinese New Year 2012: Wheelock Place, ION & Wisma

  1. Crystal says:

    I also love the decorations outside of ION.

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