Blogging About Chinese New Year 2011

It just dawned on me that I have blogged a ton about Chinese New Year 2011 – The Year of the Rabbit.  Thought I’d better be a bit organized since February is already here.  Here are all my Singapore CNY 2011 posts in one place:

post 1: Esplanade

post 2: River Hongbao

post 3: Chinatown Just Before Chinese New Year

post 4: Chinese New Year in JB, Malaysia

post 5: CNY at ION, Wisma, Takashimaya

post 6: CNY Food Fair at Ngee Ann City

post 7: Chinese New Year at Northpoint in Yishun

post 8: CNY at Raffles City

post 9: CNY at Parkway Parade

post 10: Kumquat Trees

post  11: Pineapple Tarts and Yu Sheng

post 12: CNY at Toa Payoh

post 13: CNY at Ngee Ann City

post 14: Oddly cute Rabbits at Junction 8

post 15: Pink Foral  Lanterns at My Village

post 16: Chinese New Year at VivoCity

post 17: Chinese Arts & Crafts Fair at VivoCity

post 18: VivoCity Ushers in the Year of the Rabbit

post 19: CNY in Town

post 20: CNY People’s Park

post 21: Ikea Does the Year of the Rabbit

post 22: Lunar New Year Festivies Begin in Chinatown

post 23: Pretty from the Top at Chinatown

post 24: Bunny Mania at Chinatown

post 25: The Rabbit Makes Early Appearance at NTUC

Wow I think this is the most I have ever done documenting Chinese New Year in Singapore.  I am pretty happy about it.

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10 Responses to Blogging About Chinese New Year 2011

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  5. 365days2play says:

    I can’t believe you wrote so much, and I’ve yet to even write one! Where do you find the time to go to all these places?

  6. moonberry says:

    Wow! This is definitely part of my reading list for the 4-day weekend. 🙂 Hope you’re enjoying your CNY break too.

    Cheers,
    -MB
    team-moonberry.blogspot.com

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