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Would you wait in line for over 12 hours to get a red packet from your billionaire boss? One Tencent employee did
The line was so long that it snaked around the headquarters of Tencent, all the way up to the 48th floor of the building,
Travel in China grows over Lunar New Year holiday – and Singapore and Malaysia were among the most visited destinations: Xinhua
Singapore and Malaysia were among the top overseas destinations for Chinese residents this Lunar New Year, Xinhua reported.
Were you born in the year of the pig? So were these 8 Chinese billionaires, including second richest man Pony Ma
According to feng shui master Kay Tom, those born in the Year of the Pig are honest, not afraid of responsibility and success is a common trait
Need last minute groceries? Here’s the full list of opening hours for all the NTUC FairPrice, Giant, Sheng Siong and Cold Storage outlets over C...
Never fear. Business Insider compiled the opening hours of four supermarkets - Sheng Siong, Giant, NTUC Fairprice and Cold Storage - over the CNY eve and two days of CNY public holiday.
Cutting, material and even pockets – here’s what a modern cheongsam maker says women should look out for when dressing for CNY
Pockets in a cheongsam? The Singaporean designer behind The Missing Piece is right on point with this one.
Time to pig out - literally.
These are the most auspicious travel destinations based on your Chinese Zodiac, according to Expedia’s feng shui guide
Those born in the Year of the Pig should manage their social lives – and their increasing waistlines too, according to Expedia.
Singapore brands are adding digital elements to their hongbao – and it shows the possibilities of hongbao giving are now endless
It's the year 2019 - are you still giving out plain old paper hongbao?
Gigantic pineapple tarts and dessert yusheng in a golden egg: 11 quirky goodies that will liven things up at your CNY gathering this year
Time to change things up for CNY? Treat your guests to a gigantic pineapple tart, lava pineapple tarts and chocolate egg surprise yusheng.
Singtel’s new tear-jerker ad on students fleeing CNY celebrations is racking up millions of views – and it goes to show millennials do care for ...
Looks like Singaporean millennials really do care for family and tradition.