Who let the tigers out?

Who let the tigers out - The making of the Chinese New Year light-up

Chınese New Year, Festıval

17/1/2022 12:33:00 AM

Who let the tigers out - The making of the Chinese New Year light-up

Go behind the scenes of the annual iconic Chinese New Year light-up in Chinatown, as well as the upcoming River Hongbao, which will be held for the second time at Gardens by the Bay.

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