Add pizzazz to your yusheng at home by drawing inspiration from these chef creations

 Master chef Mok Wan Lok, who leads Szechuan Court at Fairmont Singapore, has created a yusheng that looks like the face of an ox.
Master chef Mok Wan Lok, who leads Szechuan Court at Fairmont Singapore, has created a yusheng that looks like the face of an ox.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

SINGAPORE - What is Chinese New Year without lohei? The tossing of yusheng, or raw fish salad, is a popular festive practice here. Lohei and yusheng are also among the latest additions to the National Heritage Board's intangible cultural heritage inventory.

With about a week to go before the end of the 15 days of Chinese New Year, there is still time to toss to greater heights.

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