Join us on 30th January as we celebrate and welcome the year of the rat! Hosted at the historic Singapore Cricket Club, it will be a great opportunity for you to catch up with friends and colleagues, expand your network and enjoy a selection of canapes, desserts & drinks.
You will also have the chance to win a one-night stay at the fabulous Great Room King, kindly gifted by
Hotel G Singapore. Stay in and enjoy breakfast for two the next morning!
The evening won't be complete without the traditional tossing of yu sheng*, so come lo hei* with us as we welcome abundance and prosperity into the new year!
Email Helen at email@example.com for more information.
The yu sheng dish is made up of thin slices of raw fish and shredded vegetables which are mixed with a variety of seasonings and condiments. Traditionally a simple dish with humble ingredients, the recipe has evolved over time and now comprises a wide variety of ingredients with auspicious meanings. - Roots.sg
"Lo Hei" in Cantonese, where 捞 "lo" (literally mixing) means "tossing up good fortune", refers to the ritual adopted in Singapore of tossing the yu sheng and saying of auspicious phrases before eating it. It is popularly believed that the higher the toss, the better your prospects and fortune in the year ahead. - Roots.sg
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