Singapore Chinese and Japanese Garden – Far from the Center but Worth to Visit

This tourist attraction I’m about to tell you now is another proof that Singapore is not only all malls and modern skyscraper buildings. Instead, people of Singapore do take care about the beautiful nature in their country. Earlier I wrote about Botanic Gardens and Gardens by the Bay. Now, let me tell you about anotherContinue reading “Singapore Chinese and Japanese Garden – Far from the Center but Worth to Visit”

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR OF THE GOAT (SHEEP)

Starting from today February 19, 2015, the Chinese calendar has started the new year, changing from the year of horse to the year of goat (sheep). From yesterday evening on the new year’s eve until usually at least the second or third day on regular celebration, Chinese people in the Republic of China and inContinue reading “HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR OF THE GOAT (SHEEP)”

Egg Foo Young (Fu Yung Hai in Indonesian Language)

Egg Foo Young is one of the most desired Chinese dishes, prepared mainly from egg and meat. The meat can vary, depending on what the eater likes, though originally, it’s based on ham though some people like me would prefer white meat like chicken and seafood such as shrimps or crabs. Literally, the word meansContinue reading “Egg Foo Young (Fu Yung Hai in Indonesian Language)”

Longevity Noodles (Important Tradition in Chinese Dishes)

Yes, Longevity noodles dish is one of the most important in Chinese traditions. It’s usually called as Sau mein (壽麵/寿面) in its Chinese Name. This dish is very important to be served especially during Birthday Celebrations of Chinese people (or also Chinese descents) to wish for long life and also good health (that will directContinue reading “Longevity Noodles (Important Tradition in Chinese Dishes)”

Chinese New Year of Horse from January 31, 2014

Yesterday was the Chinese New Year’s eve, which was the change from the Snake Year to the Horse Year. From today, January 31, the year for Chinese calendar has become the year of horse. People say that Chinese eat a lot of pork and duck. And that’s not wrong at all. For example, for ChineseContinue reading “Chinese New Year of Horse from January 31, 2014”