KUPASONLINE.COM — Chinese New Year in Indonesia falls on January 22, 2023. Generally, this moment is celebrated with lion dance performances and an open house. Like other holidays, the ChineseChinese New Year tradition in Indonesia is also a moment for family gatherings and large family banquets.
Imlek, also known as the spring festival, is the most important moment among traditional Chinese festivals. The Chinese New Year FestivalChinese New Year Festival dates back about 3,500 years. Over time, Chinese New Year is celebrated all over the world with a variety of unique traditions.
Check out how the world celebrates Chinese New Year below:
Chinese New Year celebrations focus on New Year’s Eve. The Chinese community in China will spend this moment with their families. Each member of the family will wear new red and gold clothes which are believed to symbolize auspiciousness.
Then in northern China, there is Chinese New Year food that is mandatory, namely dumplings. Chinese New Year celebrations are also enlivened by children looking for lucky coins in it. Apart from that, the most awaited thing is for family members to give each other red envelopes or angpao.
Reporting from Guidoble.com, One of the moments of Chinese New Year celebrations in Japan is by holding the annual Nagasaki Lantern Festival. In the past, this festival was usually used to mark Chinese New Year for Chinese people living in Japan.
At this time the festival has become an opportunity for Japanese people to experience Chinese culture in the Nagasaki area. This festival lasts for two weeks which are celebrated by setting off fireworks and watching lion dance performances.
In addition, celebrating Chinese New Year can also be done by visiting Yokohama Chinatown to see the lantern illumination event which will last until February 5, 2023.
On Chinese New Year’s Eve, children in the Philippines will jump to celebrate the new year’s celebration. In addition, by jumping they believe that this action can make them higher.