2020年6月25日- 农历 5月5日 2020!端午节到了,送你一个粽子,以甜蜜为叶,以开心为馅,以吉祥为线,一心一意地包裹,愿你品尝出五月五的快乐情怀!💖😁 25th June 2020 - 5th Day of the 5th month of the Lunar Calendar!The Dragon Boat Festival is here, sending you a rice dumpling, wrapped wholeheartedly with sweet leaf filled with auspicious happiness, and sending it here.May you taste the happy feelings of this 5th of May gift! 💖😁

Wishing all a festive Duan Wu Jie! The Dragon Boat Festival falls on June 18 2018. Duan Wu Jie, meaning the "Upright Sun" or Duan Yang, "Double Fifth", is a Chinese festivity with origins in Southern China. It falls on the fifth day of the fifth month around the Summer Solstice, involving boat races and rice... Continue Reading →

BAK CHANG.

It is that time of the year once again, when the rice dumplings, or zongzi, as they’re called in Mandarin, appears literally everywhere, in bakeries, eateries, restaurants and even in social media! Amongst Singapore’s Chinese population, they are known more commonly by the Hokkien dialect name, bak chang. This year Duan Wu festival is celebrated on June... Continue Reading →

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