Chinese New Year can be filled with fun and laughter, especially when meeting friends and loved ones, but it can also be draining. Whether you’re home with your immediate family or in need of a new activity to avoid awkward conversations, you’ll want some chill and relaxing activities in the comfort of your own home. We’ve got just the stay-home itinerary for you, filled with activities for your CNY “staycation”!
Prefer to head out? Then this list is for you! Don’t say bojio ah.
Get in touch with Chinese Singaporean culture through SCCC’s online programmes, featuring our local music talents, dialect cultures, and the values we hold dear to our hearts!
#SINGAPO人 Festivals | Chinese New Year
Get insights about the history, development and intricacies of CNY traditions and practices over the years through SCCC’s online programmes and productions.Watch it here
TGIF Music Station
Catch local stars and artistes for an entertainment-filled evening of singing on the third Fridays of the month!
Watch the latest performances here!
Back by popular demand, SCCC’s very first podcast series Intermission is coming back very soon! The series continues to explore the unique aspects of our Chinese Singaporean culture and identity. Through the lens of our hosts, Singaporean born and bred Shaun and Justin, share funny insights, and thought-provoking views and experiences of Chinese Singaporean culture.
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre invited Annette Lee and Benjamin Kheng from The Ann & Ben Show to share their interpretation of our local Chinese culture. Catch this funny and catchy music video and share your take on our local Chinese culture!
#SINGAPO人 goes online! If you've enjoyed the immersiveness and interactivity experienced at our Centre's exhibition, you can now do it in the comfort of your home. If you've not been to our physical exhibition, browse the site to get a better understanding before visiting! Discover (or rediscover) the richness of Chinese Singaporean culture across seven chapters via games, videos, fun facts, and articles.
Note: The SINGAPO人 Online microsite is best viewed on desktop screen.
Catch our annual Spring Reception 2023 via livestream! Jointly organised by SCCC and Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations, key representatives from the local Chinese community and various ethnic groups with Guest-of-Honour Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Second Minister for Law Mr Edwin Tong gather to exchange well-wishes and share common aspirations for the new year. You’ll also get to enjoy exciting performances by Chui Huay Lim Galaxy Ensemble and High Notes!
Themed Embrace Tomorrow, this year's parade gathers diverse talents and multi-ethnic community to bring you traditional and contemporary visual and performing arts. We’re honoured to co-present the CNY item which has content inspired from our #SINGAPO人 exhibition.