Monday, February 24, 2014

Largest Yusheng Formed by a Chinese Character


I was invited to the largest yusheng lo hei organised by Punggol East Constituency Committee on Sunday. Yusheng (raw fish) is a Chinese New Year dish, served traditionally on the 7th day of Lunar New Year.


At the open field behind Rivervale Plaza, several Workers' Party members of parliament and one NCMP joined hundreds of residents and friends of Punggol East in tossing for prosperity and good health at this mega lo hei event.

WP members started preparing the ingredients for the event as early as 8 am on Sunday.


(from left)Workers Party MP for Aljunied GRC Muhamad Faisal Bin Abdul Manap, MP for Punggol East Lee Li Lian, MP for Aljunied GRC Sylvia Lim, MP for Aljunied GRC Low Thia Khiang, MP for Hougang Png Eng Huat and NCMP Yee Jenn Jong getting ready to toss yusheng. 


No ticket was required for this multicultural event. It was free of charge and was attended by Chinese and non-Chinese.


Everyone, especially the children, enjoyed tossing yusheng. There was lots of yusheng left. Don't worry .... the thoughtful organisers had prepared containers for participants to ta bao (takeaway) yusheng home.


Punggol East Constituency Committee has broken the Singapore Book of Records for the largest Yusheng character formed by a Chinese character, measuring 36.9 by 18 meters! Congrats!!


  1. Next round, u have any lobang, don't forget about me, lol...

  2. Congrats. It's interesting record.

  3. Something about eating raw fish doesn't sound all that good..Well when I was young I ate raw ground beef. I wouldn't do it now the way our food is handled.
    Coffee is on

  4. That is quite a big event! I bet it was fun and delicious. Blessings, Catherine