5 things diners can expect this Chinese New Year

Shangri-La Singapore is expecting record sales of its Chinese New Year goodies. PHOTO: SHANGRI-LA HOTEL SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE - The upcoming Chinese New Year will be an unusual one, as restaurants have to deal with social distancing rules, the new cap of eight diners a table and hygiene concerns brought on by the pandemic.

But that is not keeping spirits down as chefs, restaurateurs and diners come up with new ways to celebrate.

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