Every year during Chinese New Year, there will be a slew of performances all over Singapore. Today, I took some time to attend the performance by Anhui Performing group at Suntec City.
According to the MC, they had a very hectic schedule, having 6 performances in various schools before performing at Suntec City! Kudos to them for keeping up the standards and great performance!
Had a quick lunch at Old Street Bak Kut Teh at Kallang Wave Mall. The food is good and after all the soup, I didn’t really felt thirsty like typical bak kut teh elsewhere 🙂
I had a simple set lunch at West Coz Cafe. 4 people, 2 sets and 6 dishes from 3 categories: side dishes, vegetables and fish/meat. Nice and not too expensive.
Seafood Salad 海鲜沙律
Sambal KangKong 参芭蕹菜
Hotplate Beancurd 铁板豆腐
Hong Kong Kai Lan 香港芥兰
Claypot Golden Chicken 甘香鸡
Sweet & Sour Fish Slice 酸甜鱼片
Taken with Sony Alpha a5100 with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar T E 16-70mm f/4 ZA OSS lens
The Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall had recently undergone renovation and upon completion, they held an open house with free performances. As usual, I brought my family down for to catch some fun.
First, we went for some piano performances at the concert hall, but my restless kids could not really appreciate.
Next we went for some indian dance performance by the Singapore Indian Fine Arts Society. This time, they are mesmerized.
We then head for lunch and some rest at home, before coming back for another performance. We didn’t know the performance by the Chinese Theatre Circle was an Opera, and were even more surprised to find it done in English!
Between music and dance, I think they prefer the more physical performances.
Went with my colleagues for a Chinese New Year lunch at Miao Yi, a Chinese vegetarian restaurant. Due to the festive season, there are special dishes as well.
Mock suckling pig
Other than these, we ordered simple dishes as well.
Compared to Indian vegetarian, Chinese vegetarian is really meant for those who can tame their mouths, but not their mind. 戒口不戒心。