How to throw a red and white National Day party at home

Do not let the restrictions dampen your spirit for Singapore's 56th birthday. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - National Day has always been a popular occasion for families and friends to celebrate together. However, it has to be a muted affair this year with dining in at eateries banned and each home limited to two visitors a day.

But do not let the restrictions dampen your spirit for Singapore's 56th birthday.

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