New outfit, new spirit for Chinese New Year
Winda A. Charmila
The Jakarta Post
Like many other people of Chinese descent in Jakarta, Yuliana is looking forward to celebrating Chinese New Year, locally known as Imlek.
In the weeks leading up to the celebration of the New Year, which falls this year on Feb. 16, the 35-year-old woman bought new clothes for her husband, children and her parents-in-law, as is traditional among the country’s Chinese-Indonesian community.<...
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