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Chinese New Year in Singapore is celebrated annually in Singapore.
Chinese New Year celebrations in Singapore start way before the festival arrives. Families start to shop for new year goods, decorate their homes and do their spring cleaning before the New Year comes. On the eve of the Chinese New Year, families will eat their reunion dinner which signifies the reunion of the family. Most Singaporean families will have a steamboat dinner for their reunion dinner.
Singaporeans are only entitled to 2 days of public holidays for this festival. During these 2 days, families will go around paying visits to their relatives and friends. Married couples will give red packets to the children. The red packets signifies blessing from the adults.
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