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    Chinese-Indonesians share their most memorable New Year’s feast – Sat, January 21 2023


    Yohana Belinda (The Jakarta Post)

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    Jakarta   ●  
    Sat, January 21 2023

    Food is a major part of the Chinese New Year celebrations. Chinese-Indonesians talk about that meals they have shared for the holiday that have stayed with them.

    One of the world’s most widely observed holidays is the Lunar New Year, often known as the Chinese New Year. In these get-togethers, loved ones spend meaningful time with one another.

    A particular highlight is unmarried young individuals eagerly anticipating to receive hóngbāo (紅包 translated as red envelope) stuffed with cash. However, eating is equally essential during the Sin Cia celebration (Chinese New Year).

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