When shopping for your Chinese New Year staples at FairPrice, don’t forget to check out the many festive activities and promotions in stores.
Bring some luck home with the local supermarket chain’s exclusive Fortune Cat figurines, designed by Ah Guo, columnist and illustrator for Lianhe Zaobao.
Redeem any figurine from today through February 10th for the weekly gift from FairPrice.
This is only available at participating FairPrice Neighborhood stores. Terms and conditions apply.
The Fortune Cat figurines are available in four different designs in the four weeks leading up to the Chinese New Year, each tied to a different product of the week.
From today through January 20th, add Fortune Baby Abalone to your cart to enhance your Chinese New Year dinner.
From Jan 21-27, you can’t go wrong with Nestle Kit Kat so you and your family can share and eat during the holiday season.
From January 28th to February 3rd, choose Tiger Crystal Beer 6x320ml for your festive drinks and from February 4th to 10th choose the healthy nuts and snacks from Nature’s Wonders, which you will find in your selection of Chinese this year Want to include New Years treats.
Additionally, you have the chance to win $ 1,088 weekly when you redeem your Fortune Cat figurine by participating in the weekly Fortune Cat Lucky Draw.
Simply scan the QR code on the Fortune Cat Figurine packaging and watch out for the weekly results published every Thursday in the Shin Min Daily News and Lianhe Wanbao.
To redeem the Fortune Cat figurine, cut out a voucher printed in Shin Min Daily News or Lianhe Wanbao, available on paper starting today through February 10th.
Then spend at least $ 88 on a single receipt, including the participating product of the week.
Finally, redeem the weekly Fortune Cat figurine at the FairPrice till, while supplies last.
For more information, see bit.ly/FPCNYFCAT
It’s the perfect time to try Bak Kwa
With the Chinese New Year approaching, it’s time for us to start our spring cleaning, buy a new wardrobe, and buy Chinese New Year gifts to keep guests entertained as they visit.
The festive season is the perfect excuse to indulge in the all-time popular bak kwa (which translates to long yoke in Cantonese, which means sturdy wealth), and Singaporeans love it so much that they can endure hours in line, just to grab a few boxes.
Think thinly sliced pork that has been marinated in salt and sugar and grilled to smoky perfection. These addicting bites go well with a rich, full bodied Burgundy wine.
NEED TO HAVE
Pineapple tarts are another must-have for Chinese New Year.
There are two versions – pineapple jam on a crumbly butter base or filled with a pillow-shaped pastry (less sweet version).
The golden pineapple filling means prosperity. If you add a few more this year, you might increase your chances of hitting the jackpot.
Don’t miss the paper-thin egg rolls known as love letters, usually printed with oriental patterns or wordings, with a buttery scent and rich history.
Legend has it that star crosser lovers would use these wafers to communicate in secret and, after reading the message, devour the snacks to remove any trace of evidence.
No Chinese New Year would be complete without the traditional exchange of a pair of mandarins – which represent abundance and happiness – alongside good wishes.
You can find more interesting Chinese New Year goodies in the CNY2021 catalog from FairPrice at bit.ly/FPCNYLOG