Mums create hongbao with questions to spark more meaningful exchanges during CNY

Michelle Tay's (right) and Serene Wu's ang pows are part of their business called Love Bond.
Michelle Tay's (right) and Serene Wu's ang pows are part of their business called Love Bond.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

SINGAPORE - This Chinese New Year, Ms Serene Wu and Ms Michelle Tay want to steer the conversation away from the stereotypical stilted topics at gatherings.

Instead, they hope to spark more meaningful exchanges via questions printed on the backs of hongbao (red packets), such as "What was the best thing that happened to you in the past year?"

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