Something to crow about in S’pore Chinatown

A huge rooster, about four stories tall, stands at an intersection in Chinatown, Singapore.

SINGAPORE: There is a gigantic and cheerful-looking rooster near the Chinatown Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station here and it is attracting a lot of attention from both tourists and locals alike.

Standing at about four storeys tall, the rooster, which has an orange body and colourful wings and tail, symbolises the upcoming Year of the Rooster, according to the Chinese zodiac.

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