Singapore’s famous ‘bunny babies’ share their Chinese New Year plans

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and MP for Tanjong Pagar GRC Indranee Rajah looks forward to a steamboat meal with her mother over Chinese New Year. PHOTO: STRATEGY GROUP, PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE
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SINGAPORE – As people welcome yet another Chinese New Year, the Tiger returns to its den while one of the fluffiest and cutest animals of the zodiac, the Rabbit, burrows its way out.

Those born in the Year of the Rabbit are said to be gentle, peace-loving folk who keep their living space neat and tidy, but they are also guarded and cautious people who do not open up easily. 

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