HAPPY DONG ZHI冬至 2017

It is that time of the year again - Dong Zhi (冬至 )! Dong Zhi 冬至 (Winter Solstice Festival) means the arrival of winter, is the season for thanksgiving of the Chinese calendar. Dong Zhi falls six week before Chinese New Year. Coinciding with the winter solstice, Dong Zhi is an important festival for Singaporean Chinese.... Continue Reading →

HAPPY VESAK DAY

Let us pray for peace & harmony for all the human kind on this auspicious day… Happy Vesak Day from all at HAYDEN.

HAPPY DONG ZHI冬至 (Winter Solstice Festival)

  Dong Zhi 冬至 (Winter Solstice Festival) means the arrival of winter, is the season for thanksgiving of the Chinese calendar. Dong Zhi falls six week before Chinese New Year. Coinciding with the winter solstice, Dong Zhi is an important festival for Singaporean Chinese. Chinese families gather during Dong Zhi to pay homage for a good... Continue Reading →

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri from HAYDEN

  To all our Muslim friends, We wish you and your family a warm and blessed Aidilfitri, showered with love and happiness with laughter and joy... To all our non Muslim friends, here's wishing you a happy holiday, enjoy the family time! Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Maaf Zahir & Batin from all of us at... Continue Reading →

THE LANTERN FESTIVAL YUAN XIAO JIE – 元宵节 aka CHAP GOH MEI!

5th March 2015, Thursday, is Yuan Xiao Jie , 元宵节, also known as The Lantern Festival, which marks the end of Chinese New Year celebrations! This festival should not be confused with Mid-Autumn Festival popularly coined as Lantern Festival also. Yuan Xiao Jie falls on the 15th day of Zhengyue (first month of the Chinese... Continue Reading →

7th day of CNY “Birthday of all Human Being”

In Chinese legends, Nüwa (女媧) is the goddess who created the world. She created the animals on different days, and human beings on the seventh day after the creation of the world. According to Questions and Answers on Rites and Customs (答問禮俗說) by Dong Xun in Jin Dynasty, the days on which different animals were created... Continue Reading →

Mid Autumn Festival 2014 in Chinatown (23 Aug 2014 – 28 Sep 2014)

It is that time of the year again - The Mid-Autumn Festival! The Mid-Autumn Festival, also called "Mooncake festival" is a 1,000 year-old-tradition and the Chinese version of "Thanksgiving". It is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar when the moon appears at its fullest and brightest. Chinese families... Continue Reading →

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