Chinese New Year 2013 in Singapore

Chinese New Year celebrations have passed it in early February, a festive event. Even a celebration that gets the attention of the world. Even for citizens of a country which happens to be occupied by some ethnic Chinese, Chinese New Year celebrations always bring charm.

An interesting event in Singapore while celebrating the Chinese New Year on the island. A professional photographer, Choo Yut Shing did not miss the special occasion.

He did a special photo moment of decision, while perpetuating 'sculpture' snake lantern made ​​of 850 yellow sky lanterns. Wooww!

Can you imagine there are a variety of entertainment smelling the country of China, ranging from singing, attractions, comedy, even themed television movies China. People who entertain were usually Chinese descent. Watching be one way to get to know China.

Fireworks and firecrackers are a sure thing in The Chinese New Year. In its native country, when the new year, there will be fireworks that will light up the sky very festive from all over the country to the towns.

Photos taken by Choo Yut Shing can be categorized as special as well, the snake was stretched about 300 meters (984.5 feet) from the intersection of Upper Cross Street and South Bridge Road to Sago Street in Chinatown district of Singapore.

Every tourist who were there very lucky, a special moment. Sure!

(Source Johan Mudas - Singapore /Image Choo Yut Shing)


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