Restaurants enjoy booming business this CNY, some see Chinese tourists wanting to try lo hei

Those who celebrate Chinese New Year would be aware that Friday (Feb 16) is the seventh day of the first lunar month, which is also known as “everyman’s birthday”. 

On this day, Singaporeans would often celebrate with the tossing of yusheng, which is a salad dish typically made up of shredded vegetables, raw fish, crispy fried biscuits and a variety of sauces. 

Because of this practice, which is called lo hei, companies usually choose this day to hold banquets and as a result, many Chinese restaurants are booked out during this period, reported Shin Min Daily News on Feb 15. 


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