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Wesak Festival
Wesak Festival
Most of the people don’t even have heard about the Wesak festival because it is mostly celebrated in the countries where there are Buddhist followers, they are the believers of Buddha. The word Vesak comes from Pali term vesākha or the Sanskrit vaisakha, the name of the lunar month in the Hindu calendar that falls in April and May.
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Mid-Autumn Festival
Mid-Autumn Festival
The Mid-autumn or the Chinese Moon festival is also one which has risen out of storytelling and legend. Mainly celebrated in the Chinese and the Vietnamese communities, this festival embarks upon a journey that makes the person who experiences this, acquainted with the Chinese culture and principles
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The Dragon Boat Festival
The Dragon Boat Festival
Celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, the Dragon Boat festival or the Duanwu Jie, as it is known locally, is an affair of colors, good spirit and well, boats adorned with the favorite mythical creature of the Chinese, the dragon.
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Chingay Parade - Chinese New Year
Chingay Parade - Chinese New Year
he Chingay Parade happens on the occasion of the Chinese New Year and is a must watch if you are travelling to Singapore during that time. The origin of the parade is from China
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River Hongbao Festival - Singapore
River Hongbao Festival - Singapore
Celebrated from 3rd February to 10th February at the NS Square, the Marina Bay Sands floating platform in Singapore, the River Hongbao Festival is an iconic event which marks the tradition of Singapore’s Lunar New Year celebrations.
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