Chinese New Year 2022 | CNY 2022


When it comes to red packets, it’s about what’s on the inside that counts. However, we all love a beautifully-designed red packet don’t we? Some of you may get free red packets from banks, but that leaves you with a design that everyone has.

Switch it up this year by redeeming a set of limited edition red packets from Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre!

In conjunction with our Chinese New Year 兔gether art installation exhibition, we are also rolling out its red packets! Designed by 兔gether’s artists Fiona Koh & Warren Khong, the red packets feature local Chinese New Year practices including tossing yusheng, giving red packets, exchanging mandarin oranges, lion dance performance and more. What’s more, you can design your own red packets with the complimentary stickers and blank packets in each pack.

Find out more about the 兔gether art installation and how you can collect the red packets here!

Thank you everyone for the amazing support!
All red packets have been collected.

Check out
some of our past
red packets below!


“Roar into the new year with 5 blessings” Red Packet

In celebration of SCCC’s 5th anniversary, two artists from different generations — calligraphy master Yong Cheong Thye and young illustrator Toby Tan (Tobyato) — collaborated and designed the red packets that mixes old and new forms of art.

The red packet features a stencilled tiger and character fu (福) written in five different calligraphy scripts that showcases the evolution of culture.



“Talking” Red Packet

Illustrated by local artist Candice Phang (@puffingmuffin), our adorable “talking” red packet recites New Year greetings in the five major Chinese dialects of Singapore!

The red packet also used augmented reality (AR) to bring Ox and its friends to life!


“Huat Huat Land” Red Packet

With the larger-than-life pineapples and mahjong tiles, Huat Huat Land ushered in the 2020 Chinese New Year! Designed by award-winning local illustrator Lee Xin Li, local CNY traditions such as lion dances, lohei, and exchanging of mandarin oranges sprang to life through augmented reality (AR) technology!



“Singing” Red Packet

The first “singing red packet”, featured an original song by composer-pianist Peng Chi Cheng that can be heard using augmented reality (AR) technology! Designed by local illustrator Ah Guo, this vibrant red packet features two young children enjoying lohei during Chinese New Year!

A “singing” red packet

Up your Chinese New Year red packet game with one that “sings”, and about lo hei.

Dikirim oleh AList SG pada Jumat, 25 Januari 2019
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