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MASS PARTICIPATION SINGAPORE BOOK OF RECORDS


WORLD RECORD


Most Number Of Chefs Making Mooncakes At One Location


Kreta Ayer-Kim Seng CCC, together with the Society of Chinese Cuisine Chefs (Sin- gapore) celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival with 118 chefs making 2,009 mooncakes at Central, Clarke Quay on 3 Oct 2009. The mooncakes were sold to help the needy.


Biggest Steamboat Dinner


Most Number Of Tang Yuan Handmade In 2 Hr


44,000 tang yuan were made in 2 hr at an event organised by Pasir Ris West Constituency at Pasir Ris Elias CC on 21 Jun 2009. 440 residents participated.


Most Number Of People Eating Mooncakes Together


At Telok Blangah constituency’s Mid-Autumn Festival held at HortPark on 13 Sep 2008, 780 people ate mooncakes at the same moment.


Most Number Of People Eating Ice-Cream At The Same Time


At an event organised by Jalan Kayu grassroot organisations and Inter- Racial and Religious Confi dence Circle (IRCC), 750 people ate King’s Creameries


ice-cream. It was held at Hwi Yoh CC at Serangoon North on 20 Jul 2008.


Most Number Of Folded Paper Stars


South West CDC managed to get youths to fold 25,100 origami stars ending on Youth Hands On! Day on 20 Jan 2007 at Harbourfront. The paper-folding was to remind them that they are ‘stars’ in their own rights.


Most Number Of People Eating Durians Together


988 people came together for a durian eating spree outside Rivervale Plaza on 29 Jun 2008. The event was organised by the Punggol East grassroots organisations.


To celebrate Chinese New Year, residents of Redhill organised a steamboat dinner for 150 tables. A total of 1,280 people turned up for the dinner on 27 Feb 2007 at Redhill Market Square. The event was


organised by the Redhill Gardens RC and the Bukit Merah Shopowners’ & Hawk- ers’ Association.


Largest Collaborative Painting At One Location


Paint Singapore was organised by Aljunied Town Council and North East CDC. 200 school students working together with over 400 residents painted nine large murals on 3 Jul 2005 at Kovan Hub. The schools involved in this project were: Damai Secondary


School, Bedok North Secondary School, Bowen Second- ary School, Yuying Secondary School, Xinmin Secondary School and ITE Bedok.


Most Number Of People Blowing Candles On Cakes At The Same Time


1,006 attendees at the National Day dinner at Anchorvale Community Club blew candles on cupcakes at the same time to celebrate Singapore’s 43rd birthday. The event was organised by Sengkang West Division and ITE Central on 2 Aug 2008.


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