Fresh look for spring

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Jem.PHOTOS: CAPITALAND, DESMOND FOO, ION ORCHARD, MARCELLIN LOPEZ, PARAGON
Paragon.
Paragon.PHOTOS: CAPITALAND, DESMOND FOO, ION ORCHARD, MARCELLIN LOPEZ, PARAGON
Funan.
Funan.PHOTOS: CAPITALAND, DESMOND FOO, ION ORCHARD, MARCELLIN LOPEZ, PARAGON
Ion Orchard.
Ion Orchard.PHOTOS: CAPITALAND, DESMOND FOO, ION ORCHARD, MARCELLIN LOPEZ, PARAGON
Scotts Square.
Scotts Square.PHOTOS: CAPITALAND, DESMOND FOO, ION ORCHARD, MARCELLIN LOPEZ, PARAGON

Shopping centres have unleashed their creativity for this year's Chinese New Year decor, with some retaining or repurposing materials that were used for last month's Christmas celebrations

With the short turnaround between Christmas and Chinese New Year, malls here have had to get creative with changing their festive decor.

Several malls have either retained their decor from Christmas or repurposed materials from the Yuletide season to give them a Chinese New Year spin.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 11, 2020, with the headline 'Fresh look for spring'. Print Edition | Subscribe