Chinese New Year 2022 | CNY 2022

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Got some spare time during the Chinese New Year holidays? Head out for some fresh air and have a day out with your friends and family. With plenty of exciting events, that’s right, don’t say we never jio ah!


One of Us, All of Us

Based on the well-received video series One of Us, this exhibition provides insights into our local Chinese dialect cultures.

Visitors will discover individuals who are making waves in dialect culture through stories and videos, in this special exhibition. From a young adult who has been performing Teochew opera since she was three to an ang ku kueh brand giving a new spin to the traditional snack, every story brings a new perspective to our dialect cultures.

This exhibition is available at SCCC Concourse, Level 1. Visit here for more details.

Discovering Chinese
Singaporean Culture

Chinese culture in Singapore has evolved in a way unlike other communities around the world. Visit this exhibition at level 2 of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre to join in the conversation and discover (or rediscover) what it means to be a #Chinese Singapo人.

Visit here for more details.




Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre celebrates the year of the rabbit by bringing the rabbits to life through inflatable sculptures, life-sized illustrations and light show on SCCC’s Rooftop Garden.

See how the characters Tu Zai, Nian Mei, and Ong Lai depict the Chinese Singaporean way of Chinese New Year celebration.

For more details, click here.

Boh Beh Zao:
Dialect Illustrations by Kuan Eng

Need some last-minute revision to communicate better with your dialect-speaking relatives during Chinese New Year?

Head down to Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre to catch the Boh Beh Zao: Dialect Illustrations by Kuan Eng exhibition that showcases artworks from his first series of dialect books.

The exhibition is available at SCCC Foyer, Level 9 & 10. Click here for more details.


TGIF Music Station

Catch your favourite local artistes perform familiar CNY songs, as we celebrate this festive season with TGIF Music Station.

Kickstart the celebrations either through catching the performances live or through our livestream.

Catch us live at the Centre’s Level 1 Concourse on 20 January 2022 from 8pm onwards! We will be livestreaming the event concurrently via SCCC’s TikTok and Facebook.

Chingay 2023

Jointly presented by SCCC and People’s Association, the Chinese New Year themed opening act for Chingay 2023 is inspired by the content from SCCC’s SINGAPO人 exhibition. The performance will highlight the daily local Chinese elements seen in our daily lives.

For more details, click here.


River Hongbao

The popular CNY celebration returns! Held between 20 to 28 January, look forward to the Singapore Talent Night Show co-organised by SCCC and Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA). One of our arts tenants, Drum Feng, will also be performing together with Mediacorp artistes!

Find out more at River Hongbao’s official website.

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Spring in the City

Presented by Huaxia Cultural Hub, "Spring in the City" 30th Anniversary Cultural Extravaganza features celebrations of the arts and amazing musical treats including performance by SCCC's art tenant Nam Hwa Teochew Opera. Ding Yi Music Company, the recipient of SCCC's Singapore Chinese Cultural Contribution Award, will also be performing the theme song of the event!

To purchase tickets or check out more details, click here!

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Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2023

Held at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2023 offers family-friendly programmes such as lion dance and festive drumming workshops, temple tours and heritage trails, storytelling, craft activities for the little ones, and more!

For more details, visit here.

Rhapsodies Of Spring 2023

Singapore Chinese Orchestra collaborates with Mediacorp CAPITAL958 to present the annual Chinese New Year concert Rhapsodies of Spring 2023! With presenters Lin Lingzhi and Pan Jiabiao as hosts, SCO’s Percussion Duet, Benjamin Boo and Derek Koh, will take the stage and drum to the festive beats, while local vocal band MICappella serenade the audience with their spectacular performance of Evolution of Chinese Music and CRAZY SMOOTH Chinese New Year Medley, all under the baton of newly-minted Principal Conductor Quek Ling Kiong.

To purchase tickets or check out more details, click here!

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Once Upon A Time 2023

One of our arts tenants, the TENG Ensemble, presents the fourth edition of the Once Upon a Time concert series for the upcoming Chinese New Year! Featuring The TENG Ensemble’s originals with their signature East-meets-West renditions of crowd favourites, look forward to an exciting evening of music featuring soulful tunes from pop icon Adele and nostalgic theme song from Pixar movies.

To purchase tickets or check out more details, click here!

Body & Spirit: The Human Body in Thought & Practice Special Exhibition

Explore wellness and the wholeness of body, spirit, and mind with Body & Spirit: The Human Body in Thought and Practice at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Featuring over 100 objects from the National Collection, private collectors, and local communities, this special exhibition presents a stunning display of sacred and ritual art from Singapore and the region.

Enjoy 50% off entry fees when you visit the exhibition from 15 January to 15 February 2023!

For more info, visit here.

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Lunar New Year Celebrations @ the National Museum of Singapore

“Hop” into the new year at the National Museum of Singapore with your family and friends, with an exciting array of activities prepared to usher in the Year of the Rabbit. From the lively lion dance performance to hands-on activities where you can create your Chinese New Year mementoes based on the museum’s collection, there is something for everyone to experience!

Enjoy free admission to the museum’s permanent galleries on 4 February 2023.

To learn more, visit here.

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