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10 Best Yu Sheng In Singapore, To Huat All The Way This Chinese New Year

Every year, there are more and more ‘patterns’ when it comes to Yu Sheng(鱼生)aka Lo-Hei which usually comes with strips of raw fish, shredded vegetables and an assortment of condiments. Restaurants do what it takes to outdo (or outshine) others with their unique version. (We also know the profit margin of Yu Sheng is quite high.) The tradition of tossing Yu Sheng is believed to originate from China (Guangdong), but in fact, the culture of tossing is more commonly found in Malaysia and Singapore instead. Fish (pronounced as “yu” in Chinese) which signifies abundance, is a sign of prosperity......

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8 Reasons Why You Should Like YuSheng

8 Reasons Why You Should Like YuSheng

Of all the Chinese New Year dishes, I particularly enjoy eating Yusheng 鱼生. Admit it, it’s not because it is symbol of abundance, prosperity and vigor. Here are 8 reasons why you should like Yusheng. 1) It’s for Dieting This colourful dish seemingly gives people the impression that it...

February 11, 2010
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