Chinatown Point's mascot made the news in 2021 after it was "exposed" for having been recycled as an ox, complete with horns and a nose ring.
The mascot, which has been clarified to be an otter, was initially thought to be a rat by members of the public when it made its first appearance.
The mall subsequently confirmed that their otter mascots were made in such a way that they can be adapted for a number of campaigns.
The otters were specially designed by a local artist, and were chosen because they are well-liked locally, the mall said in 2021.
Otter comes back as a tiger
To no one's surprise, the mall is ushering in the year of the tiger. One of the otter sculptures has been revamped to look like a tiger, while dressed up as the God of Fortune, holding a big gold ingot in his arms.
Another revamped otter in the mall has also been spotted in a festive get-up, along with two oranges in his hands.
The tiger-otter mascot is part of a limited-time campaign by the mall until Feb. 15, if you'd like to take a picture with the famous shape-shifting mascot.
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