From February to April, we celebrated three festivals for our culturally diverse team. From Chinese New Year in February, Holi in March, to Hari Raya in April, we brought the team together via food and celebrations.

For CNY, the SIngapore office had a fun-filled time welcoming the lion dance troop amidst a jolly good time tossing ‘yusheng’ or ‘lohei’, otherwise known as the prosperity toss. It was a time to usher in good luck and abundance for the new year. Here’s wishing that the year of the Dragon will bring us abundance and new successes.

 

Holi celebrations at Agrocorp

Holi, also known as the festival of colours, symbolises the victory of good over evil and the arrival of spring. It’s celebrated with great zeal across India and other parts of the world. 

For Hari Raya, we catered a scrumptious biryani set lunch for our team with both plant-based and meat options and were heartened to hear from many that the plant-based option tasted great. As a company deeply invested in sustainability, we try to encourage more to enjoy meatless meals and it is good to be able to do our part for the planet together. 

Hari Raya lunch at Agrocorp