SINGAPORE: Some 1,000 underprivileged and elderly people were treated to a mass reunion dinner on Sunday.
The event, held by Kreta Ayer—Kim Seng Citizens’ Consultative Committee, aims to spread festive cheer.
The wet weather did not dampen spirits as guests enjoyed a sumptuous eight—course meal on the F1 race track at the Singapore Flyer.
They were also joined by Member of Parliament Dr Lily Neo for the traditional "lo hei".
They were treated to acrobatic performances as well as songs performed by local and international celebrities.
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