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Mid-Autumn Festival By William Tan Organisation

Expressing Gratitude & Joyful Reunions

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The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Chinese Moon Festival, brings families together to celebrate the harvest under a full moon. The holiday is all about expressing gratitude, for nature’s abundance and for joyful reunions with loved ones.

This Mid-Autumn, spend your day with your loved ones at William Tan Organisation’s celebration. With a vision to help everyone they come across achieve financial freedom, through their work, so that they can have the time and good health to enjoy their financial independence with their loved ones, it is one of the largest insurance organisations in Singapore. It isn’t common to not enjoy mooncakes so take part in their mooncake tasting session with your loved ones!

Every year, lantern carnivals and exhibitions are held in parks and other public places, during which lanterns of various colors, patterns and styles are on display. It is said that the higher the lanterns are hung, the luckier the family will be. So explore your creative side by designing your very own lantern! A great way to keep your hands busy and have some away-time from your gadgets. Most excitingly, stand a chance to bring back some great prizes through a lucky draw.

What: This Mid-Autumn, spend your day with your loved ones at William Tan Organisation’s celebration.

When: September 7, 2019 from 2pm-6pm.

Where:

William Tan Organisation, 51 Scotts Rd #02-12, Singapore 228241, Facebook Page 

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