Tamarind Square organised their first Chinese New Year Bazaar recently on 25th and 26th January 2019 at the foyer which is right opposite of Village Grocer. The event showcased some pretty interesting products by local entrepreneurs and vendors, with a host of festivity events as well. There were Art & Craft workshops, busking sessions (which is quite a common scene on weekends), Lion Dance performances and of course, the appearance of God of Prosperity distributing oranges to vendors and shoppers as well.

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