Queue for 'huat'? Clever S'poreans are depositing money on Li Chun with just their phones
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As modern as Singapore and Singaporeans are, there are still a number of traditions that many hold close to their hearts.
One of which is the Chinese tradition of Li Chun (Farmers’ Day), the date that marks the beginning of spring and is believed to be an auspicious day on the Chinese calendar.
Over the years, Chinese Singaporeans have cultivated the practice of depositing money on that day, believing that it’s good luck, and will also help their wealth grow in the new year.