The ensemble is made up of 20 members from Ho Chi Minh City Light Music Center.

The local artists are expected to introduce Vietnamese culture to international friends through Ao Dai (traditional long dress) performances during fashion shows to be held at the function.

Chingay is an annual street parade which is held in Singapore in celebration of the birthdays of the Chinese deities, or in some cases the procession of the Goddess of Mercy as part of the Chinese New Year festivities.

The event, first held in 1973, has become the largest street parade throughout Asia.

After two years of holding the event online due to the development of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chingay Parade Singapore is set to resume this year, drawing the participation of art troupes from hosts Singapore and six other Asian countries.