Chinese New Year (CNY) is an important celebration that marking the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. In some region, CNY is known as well as the Spring Festival, Lunar New Year, or Imlek. Traditionally, CNY celebration is conducted in a quite long process and involves many activities, myths, and belief. For example, people need to wear red traditional clothes, serve specific dishes, and avoid doing certain activities on CNY. However, as time goes by, these traditions seem to be simplified. Actually, the tendency to simplify tradition happens as well in other customs. We conduct a survey of 194 Indonesian-Chinese respondents in this survey to understand their activities on celebrating CNY. We provide a list of activities that includes traditional custom and activities on CNY. Then, we ask our respondents to pick any activities or custom they conduct on CNY. According to our result, we find that the phenomenon of simplifying tradition is reflected as well among our respondents in this survey. We ask them to point activities they do on CNY. Among all activities that become a complete version of CNY tradition, most respondents in this survey only doing some activities and follow certain custom.
In order to gain a fuller insight into this finding, please kindly download our report below. This report consists of several data, such as:
- Selected CNY activities and custom followed by our respondents
- Top ten CNY activities and custom followed by our respondents
- Brief explanation about the meaning of the top ten CNY activities and custom followed by our respondents
For more detailed data, please download the PDF file down below.
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