Lifestyle & Hobbies

Li Chun 2019: The Most Auspicious Time To Deposit Your Money On Li Chun Day (4 Feb 2019)

Lichun traditionally signifies the beginning of spring in East Asian cultures. Chinese New Year is celebrated around this time. Farmers often celebrate the beginning of Lichun with special village events, worship and offerings to the gods and ceremonies for a blissful and prosperous new year. In China, people eat chūnbǐng (春餅) on this day. In Singapore, there is a practice of depositing money into bank accounts on Lichun which many believe will bring them good fortune. This year, Li Chun falls on February 4,


Daily Living

DBS/POSB customers can withdraw new and good-as-new notes in 27 community clubs across the island from 29 Jan 18

POSB new notes pop-up ATMs make highly-anticipated comeback – 36 machines will be rolled out across 27 community clubs islandwide Customers can also reserve CNY new notes and good-as-new notes through online reservation SINGAPORE, 24 January 2018 – This Chinese New Year, DBS/POSB makes the withdrawal and collection of new and good-as-new notes a fuss-free experience with the return of POSB new notes pop-up ATMs and the rollout of an online reservation system on 29 January. Starting Chinese New Year



DBS/POSB introduces easier ways to deposit “LI CHUN” funds

Customers can deposit funds during lucky timings via DBS PayLah! or avail themselves to over 350 DBS/POSB cash deposit machines islandwide SINGAPORE, 1 February 2017 – On 3 February this year, also known as “Li Chun” on the Chinese calendar, Singaporeans will be able to make deposits to their bank accounts while on the go via their DBS PayLah! mobile wallets. Available to users from all Singapore banks, DBS PayLah! users can skip having to bank in cash physically on



How Some Singaporeans Welcomed The Prosperous Li Chun

Last February 4, waves of people conquered queues at the banks and the cash deposit machines across the nation. Why? You may promptly ask. It is because practices of Li Chun (Farmer’s Day) fall on that day. Li Chun traditionally signifies the beginning of Spring in numerous Asian cultures including Singapore. On this day, farmers celebrate with special events, offerings, and rituals to welcome a successful and blissful new year. While in recent years, some Singaporeans believed that banking in