Happy Cap Goh Meh


Tomorrow will mark the last day of Chinese New Year. It is the 15th day of the first month of the Chinese lunar calendar.


Also known as the Chinese Valentine Day, singles will go and throw Mandarin oranges to the lakes and rivers with their name and phone numbers written on it.

Some would buy flowers like roses to give to someone special while some would buy flowers for prayers of good luck for the year ahead. This year we are fortunate that it falls on a Sunday enabling us to celebrate the festival without having to apply for leave.

Happy Cap Goh Meh to all celebrants.

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