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    Junior Member Lipphi is on a distinguished road
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    does anybody know how muz is the price for per box of xi bing? juz an estimation will do.

    I'm thinking of giving wedding vouchers...

    thanks everyone!

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    wedding vouchers? as in give to the guests the vouchers for xi bing or give to the bride and groom to buy xi bing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oreo View Post
    wedding vouchers? as in give to the guests the vouchers for xi bing or give to the bride and groom to buy xi bing?
    to give to the bride side... as guo da li

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lipphi View Post
    to give to the bride side... as guo da li
    should be $10-$20 per voucher

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    there's one quite well known traditional xi-bing shop at tiong bahru. that stretch of shops opposite tiong bahru mall. Especially over the weekend, I will go there buy some traditional pastries sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesecake View Post
    there's one quite well known traditional xi-bing shop at tiong bahru. that stretch of shops opposite tiong bahru mall. Especially over the weekend, I will go there buy some traditional pastries sometimes.
    thank u but I'm thinking of giving Bengawan Solo vouchers. juz considering how muz value for the vouchers.

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    Bengawan Solo vouchers more of like... full month? Pardon me for saying that. But I guess as long as u and ur HTB and ur family thinks it's ok, then I guess it's fine? (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinnpinn View Post
    Bengawan Solo vouchers more of like... full month? Pardon me for saying that. But I guess as long as u and ur HTB and ur family thinks it's ok, then I guess it's fine? (:
    haha, dat was my 1st impression too but after checking it out, they do haf very nice wedding cakes :p

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    is this necessary to have this xi bing?

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    I think it is leh, be it in real cake or just voucher. Bride's family must distribute this xi bing to the relatives.

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    i think giving voucher feels abit weird, like no sincerity (what my mum says)

    guess some relatives are more old fashioned. chinatown has nice xi bing shops, those bakeries have been there for a long time. I'm sure your relatives will like those, they may even have eaten before when they were young

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