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SINGAPORE - FEBRUARY 14:  People shop for Chinese New Year decorations at Chinatown on February 14, 2018 in Singapore. On February 16, people around the world will welcome the Year of the Dog, one of the most anticipated holidays on the Chinese calendar. Also known as the Spring festival or the Lunar New Year, the celebrations last for about 15 days.  (Photo by Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images)

Chinese New Year 2022

Ring in the Year of the Tiger with splendour this year as you take cues from Tatler's guide to Chinese New Year 2022. From our restaurant picks for reunion dinn...
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Ring in the Year of the Tiger with a hearty meal at these restaurants
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People walk on a pedestrian street in Chinatown on February 6, 2021 in Singapore. (Photo: Getty Images)
If you're planning a Chinese New Year party, remember that you are only allowed to gather in groups of five and that all work-related events need to be pre-appr...
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Celebrate the Year of the Tiger in the comforts of your home with these menus, available for takeaway or delivery
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Welcome the Year of the Tiger with full and satisfied bellies by stocking up on this delightful CNY treat
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With traits like strength, power and confidence, the Tiger lends these watches an unmistakable sense of vigour and virility
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Tatler rounds up five must-have dishes for your Chinese New Year feast so you can eat your way to good fortune as you ring in the Year of the Tiger
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From Fendi to Prada, shop the best of this year’s Chinese New Year capsule collections
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Usher in the Year of the Tiger and add a festive energy to your home with these decorative pieces that celebrate the majestic animal
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Follow Tatler’s step-by-step feng shui guide to maximising good energy, negating misfortunes and achieving harmony inside the home
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