The countdown for the 2020 Chinese New Year is almost nearing its end. Even though it will still be held “quietly,” considering the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing, that does not mean that there are no nuances to be presented.
In its embodiment, many Chinatowns around the world have renewed their decorations. However, especially for Chinese New Year decorations in Singapore’s Chinatown, its existence has recently become a hot topic of public discussion.
This commotion was caused by a misspelling of a word or typo. Launching the Singapore Mothership page, Wednesday (27/1/2021), this typographical error occurred at the Chinese New Year greeting which literally translates to, “May all your wishes come true.” Peralatan Rumah Tangga
The character stroke for the last word in the speech is placed on the wrong side of the Chinese character. It is placed on the left side of the character, not on the right.
In an interview with 8world, Singaporean Lee explained that he had noticed the misspelled character when being taken down by construction workers on Monday, January 25, 2021.
This misspelled character appears to have appeared since Saturday, January 23, 2021, according to media coverage of Chinese New Year lights over the weekend.
Misinterpreted Cow Year Decoration
Although it caused a stir, the typo appears to have been fixed, based on the latest Instagram post from the streets of Chinatown. Perlengkapan Rumah Tangga
Decorations related to the year of the cow in Singapore’s Chinatown previously took center stage in early January 2021. At that time, cow statues “resembling animal farms” were made to enliven the landscape. House Furniture Solution
Also drawing attention to the public is the beaver mascot transforming into an ox at Chinatown Point. It ended up being mistaken for a recycled Year of the Rat decoration. Property New