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Total Defence Day
1
(Most Reviews Received)
Added by  David Tan   ·  October 20, 2012  
7231   2   0
Total Defence Day is marked annually on February 15 in Singapore to commemorate the anniversary of the surrender of the British to the Japanese on February 15, 1942, precursoring...
42%
Below Average
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(16 Reviews)
Christmas Day
2
(Most Reviews Received)
Added by  David Tan   ·  December 02, 2012  
4027   2   0
Christmas Day commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ.
75%
Good
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(15 Reviews)
Mid Autumn Festival
3
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Added by  David Tan   ·  December 02, 2012  
3945   2   0
Mid Autumn Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese calendar. It was meant to celebrate a successful harvest by the Chinese people...
84%
Very Good
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(14 Reviews)
Racial Harmony Day
4
(Most Reviews Received)
Added by  David Tan   ·  October 20, 2012  
10105   2   0
Racial Harmony Day is celebrated annually on 21 July in Singapore. The event is to commemorate the 1964 Racial Riots, which took place on 21 July 1964. ...
80%
Very Good
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(13 Reviews)
Chinese New Year
5
(Most Reviews Received)
Added by  Strome   ·  October 16, 2012  
6077   2   0
The most important festival of the Chinese Lunar Calendar. The festivities last for 15 days and is usually between January and February. Reunion dinners, ang pows, dragon dancing, gambling...
79%
Good
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(12 Reviews)
Hungry Ghost Festival
6
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Added by  David Tan   ·  December 02, 2012  
3529   2   0
In Chinese tradition, the seventh month in general is regarded as the Ghost Month in which ghosts and spirits, including those of the deceased ancestors, come out from the...
50%
Average
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(11 Reviews)
Chingay Parade
7
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Added by  Iswariya   ·  October 16, 2012  
5932   2   0
The Chingay Parade is an annual street parade held in Singapore. The largely Chinese parade became a multi-cultural one from 1977 when Malay and Indian groups started joining in...
78%
Good
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(11 Reviews)
Hari Raya Bazaar
8
(Most Reviews Received)
Added by  Iswariya   ·  October 16, 2012  
5448   2   0
Every year, during the Muslim month of Ramadan, the streets along Geylang are transformed into a bustling, brightly-coloured bazaar where people from all walks of life are attracted to...
79%
Good
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(11 Reviews)
National Day
9
(Most Reviews Received)
Added by  David Tan   ·  October 20, 2012  
4185   2   0
National Day is the commemorate the independence of Singapore and is marked as 9th August. Singapore has been independent since 1965. This day is marked with a nation wide...
72%
Good
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(10 Reviews)
Dumpling Festival
10
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Added by  David Tan   ·  December 02, 2012  
2959   2   0
Dumpling Festival or Duanwu Festival occurs on the 5th day of the 5th month of the Chinese calendar and commemorates the passing of Qu Yuan, a poet in the...
71%
Good
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(7 Reviews)