Yusheng Enjoyed at New Year Celebration at RYO Singapore

Yusheng, translated as “Prosperity Toss” is a Chinese New Year custom associated with Singapore and Malaysia.

It consists of a platter of seven colored foods centered around a mound of raw or soy fish which are tossed vigorously and shared by participants. The sound of ‘fish’ in Cantonese sounds like abundance so it connotes wealth ( spiritual and otherwise) and vigor, aspects praised by Rinpoche.

Please enjoy these recent video clips of Tulku Migmar, Khenpo Gyaltsen and the Singapore sangha celebrating the New Year together!

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