The Different Types Of Nian Gao

The Different Types Of Nian Gao

The 101 Guide to Nian Gao   What it is Nian gao (年糕) is a traditional dessert made of glutinous rice flour, wheat starch, water, salt, and sugar. It is a lucky food eaten during Chinese New Year because of the word gao, which sounds like the word gao (高) for...
Chinese New Year Activities 2021

Chinese New Year Activities 2021

Things To Do During Chinese New Year 2021 Chinese New Year is coming around the corner and we have some activity ideas to ensure that you and your family can have a fun-filled festive holiday despite the COVID-19 restrictions. We have also included some updates on...
Top 10 Chinese New Year Cookies

Top 10 Chinese New Year Cookies

Best Chinese New Year Cookies in Singapore Cookies have become a staple in Chinese New Year feasts. With so many cookies available in the market, we have narrowed down some cookies that we think we cannot go without, as well as those that bring fond memories for the...
10 Must-Have Chinese New Year Goodies

10 Must-Have Chinese New Year Goodies

Best Chinese New Year Goodies In Singapore There is a plethora of delicious goodies that are offered in the market. For those stuck in a dilemma of what to choose, we have rounded up the top 10 Chinese New Year goodies that we think are a must-have and make for good...
Top 10 Chinese New Year Snacks

Top 10 Chinese New Year Snacks

10 Best Chinese New Year Snacks   Chinese New Year snacks are a must-have for any household that is receiving guests. Here at cnycookies.sg, we offer a wide selection of snacks to cater to the diverse preferences that you may have. Here are our top 10 picks that...
Chinese New Year Practices and It’s Meaning

Chinese New Year Practices and It’s Meaning

Chinese New Year Practices and Meanings Explained Chinese New Year is a festive season for the beginning of the new Chinese lunar year. It lasts for 15 days, although Singaporeans normally celebrate it by visiting their family and friends for the two to three days...
Top 10 Traditional Chinese New Year Food

Top 10 Traditional Chinese New Year Food

Top 10 Lucky Chinese New Year Food Chinese New Year is a great time of feasting and bonding over food. It is a celebration of the New Year of the Chinese calendar. Chinese New Year falls on 12 February this year and to get you excited, here are some traditional food...
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