Burst of flavours to welcome new year


Norwegian Salmon Fish Yee Sang, Air-dried Szechuan Fish Chips and Crispy Salted Fish Skin. — Photos: ART CHEN/The Star

MANY of us walked into 2021 looking forward to ushering in the lunar new year, which is just around the corner.

Typically celebrated in January or February, the air of festivity is hard to miss with bright red lanterns, decorative gold ingots and good-luck bamboo plants prominent in malls, restaurants, commercial districts and residential areas.

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