Usher in the Year of the Pig with SCCC’s CNY Family Fun

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Bring your little ones down to Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and revel in the high-spirited festivities!



Here are some of the activities you should check out.

1. “Let Us Celebrate Chinese New Year!” Interactive Session

“Let Us Celebrate Chinese New Year!” Interactive Session

Location: SCCC Zhong Sheng Jian Recital Studio, Level 6
12 Jan 2019
11 am – 1 pm | 3 pm – 5 pm
FREE (pre-registration required)
Language: Mandarin

What better way to put you in the festive spirit than Chinese New Year songs, stories, customs and traditions? Join in the educators from Han Language Centre for an engaging and enriching interactive session of songs, games and more!


2. Lost: The Mystery Case of Cai Shen Ye

Lost: The Mystery Case of Cai Shen Ye

Location: SCCC Ho Bee Concourse, Level 1
12 Jan – 13 Jan 2019
11 am | 1 pm | 3 pm (duration: 120 mins)
FREE (pre-registration required)
Language: English with Chinese translations

Set off on a mission with your little ones to defeat evil and restore prosperity this New Year.

An unknown evil has stolen away the Fortune God, who then sealed away his powers. Can you find the Fortune God and restore his powers? But there are several replicas created by the mystery villain wandering the three realms!

We wish you the best of luck in your search and may the Fortune be with you!

3. Upcycled Craft Making Workshop

Upcycled Craft Making Workshop

Location: SCCC SCCCI Multi-purpose Hall, Level 7
12 Jan – 13 Jan 2019
10 am – 6 pm (duration: 45 – 60 mins)
FREE (pre-registration required)

Get hands-on at TERRA SG’s creative upcycle craft workshops and bring home your wonderful creations!


  • Upcycled Pallet Board Yarn Art: 10 am | 11 am | 2.30 pm | 3.15 pm 
  • Upcycled Fabric Tissue Pouch: 12 pm | 12.30 pm | 1 pm 
  • Upcycled Red Container Night Light: 4 pm | 4.40 pm | 5.20 pm 

Pony Express, Churros, Roving Mascots & More at The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

4. CNY Stage and Fringe Activities

CNY Stage and Fringe Activities

Location: SCCC Multi-purpose Hall Foyer, Level 7
12 Jan – 13 Jan 2019
10.50 am – 6.00 pm
Language: English & Mandarin

Feast your senses on a series of stage and fringe activities such as lion dance, Chinese orchestra music, a Short skit, Fun Riddles, Finger Painting, and more! There are also yummy food to fill your tummies with!


12 Jan 2019

    • 10.50 am: Lion Dance Opening by Feng Yi Dragon & Lion Dance Entertainment troupe
    • 11.00 am: Guzheng and Pipa Chinese Music Performance by Cheah Pei Qi & Cheah Xue Qi
    • 1.00 pm: CNY Skit “To Come Home” by “Miss Mole” Ho Ai Ling
    • 2.30 pm: Fengshui Talk: Your Ultimate Guide to Year of the Pig by Master Goh Guan Leong
    • 5.00 pm: Mini Concert featuring Tay Sia Yeun, Peng Chi Sheng and Aaron Matthew Lim from Intune Music

13 Jan 2019

    • 10.50 am: Chinese Wind and Percussion Opening by Reverberance
    • 11.00 am: The Fun of Riddle by Riddles Association
    • 1.00 pm: Ocarina Performance by Ocarina House
    • 3.00 pm: Hokkien Opera Performance by Do Opera
    • 5.00 pm: The Fun of Riddle by Riddles Association

12 Jan – 13 Jan 2019

    • 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm: Fringe activities (Finger Painting by Event Arts and Chinese Calligraphy by Life Arts Society) 
    • 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm: Food tasting stations (Muah Chee, Kacang Puteh and Popcorn)

For a full list of activities, click here.

Photo credits Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre


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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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