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Cecil Lee

A pair of sugarcane plants ... popular with the Chinese Hokkien community..

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In the past, many Chinese from Fujian province (Hokkiens) were persecuted by the North.

And assisting the North in their persecution were the Cantonese.

Many Hokkiens took refuge in the sugarcane fields.

And every year during the birthday of the Jade emperor; lavish offerings were laid out with Two stocks of sugarcane plants similar to the photos in each side of the altar.

At midnight of the 9th lunar day; the altar is well stock with many foods to make the Jade emperor happy.

 PS. Was at Marine Parade Central  market. Unsold stocks of the sugarcanes

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