Friday, February 3, 2012

Chingay 2012

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Chingay actually means Zhuang Yi (妆艺), meaning "the art of masquerade" in hokkien. Chingay Parade Singapore is known for its magnificient floats and multi-cultural local and international performances that provide an insight to our festive traditions and delight the hearts of many Singaporeans and tourists.

It is held during the Chinese New Year's period where thousands of individuals, organisations and local international communities in Singapore come together to take part in this grand and highly spectacular festival every year.

Without further ado, let me bring you to the scene of Chingay parade:

Arriving at Pit Building where the parade is held.

Oh my gosh, this year chingay will take place along a 360m waterway. It's the first time ever in the history of chingay. It guaranteed us a splashing good time at chingay.

I'm so looking forward to the performance.
The parade kickstart with a grand opening of Dragon Dramatics.
A dazzling dragon float with 36m long bodies.

The magnified dragon welcoming the yeat of Dragon.

Woo, this scene looked a little eerie, doesn't it?

Keep the fire burning. Lets immerse ourselves into the music and dance.

Check out the spectacular view where hundreds of people holding on to the flame of fire.

Embracing ourselves in the unique cultral traditions performance.

Welcoming participants from People Association Youth Movement.

Oops, the host had already warned us beforehand that audience sitting in front will get wet as performers will be making a splash and performing stunts in water.
Thanks goodness, I was sitting at the top.

Dance dance dragon!

Look! Even phoenix came to join us too.

Lost count of how many dragons we have seen so far. There are more coming at the back.

Arrgh, miniature of Singapore Flyer alongside with the dragon and all the deities.

Even deities came down to celebrate Chingay with us.
Love has the ability to surpass all boundaries.

Wow, take a look at this - A human dragon!!!
Omg, that's not easy to form.
Dragon made from joss stick. Cool!

Saw many creative performances that night. This is seriously a grand presentation.

Embracing in the International Cultures performance.


It showcased Singapore's rich multi-ethnic culture.

Yet another water splash attack.

Stunning performance.

Waves of glittering floats passing by.

With dancers standing at the top of it.

What can you see from the picture?

I can see the community engaging together as one. It's such a breathtaking moment.

We experienced different countries' culture.

At the land of butterflies.

This year theme for Chingay - "Love, Care and Kindness Everywhere"

It takes us through a series of colourful celebration of love in all its guises, flowing with passion, romance, harmony and community spirit as Chingay marks its 40th years in anniversary.

Lets keep the spirit going.

Not only do we have dance performances, we have sport performances too. We have friends from Taekwondo and water sport group.

Look at that, lion dance troupe make up of balloons. Impressive right???

Arrgh, so cute!

The secret to float on water - 水上漂.
Omg, super creative. How did they think of this?

Tai Chi group which is made up of 1,000 members.

In normal occasion, we hardly have the chance to see dragon dance. But the number of dragon dance I see today is more than the number I see in my entire life. I'm not exaggerating.

We had come to the grand finale - Love will make you see.

With love and care, we can conquer all challenges.

And last but not least, we have fireworks to conclude the ending:

Once again, thanks for the kind invitation and great deal ♥

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