From what I read its been like this since 1973 , so it isn't a new ruling.AngMoG wrote:The Chinese hit the drums for weeks around Chinese New Year, yet nobody complains. Although it can sometimes be very annoying. So I find that a bit disturbing that they make such a fuss about this.CaptainBullus wrote:From what I've read/watched it seems a lot of the grief was due to the fact they couldn't play their drums due to them causing a public disturbance , yet for other religious festivals/public holidays celebrated in SG musical instruments, fireworks etc are welcome. Is this a sign of religious intolerance in a multi-cultural society?
I saw an "article" on TRS (Everyones Reading It) about the St Patricks Day parade in that drums and instruments are allowed at that event.