Chinese New Year blessing for poor people
February 19, 2013
Celebrating Chinese New Year which once was prohibited has gained its popularity in Indonesia, and the Dharma Bhakti temple in Jakarta becomes a center that attracts not only people of Chinese descendants but also thousands of poor people who hope to get red envelopes.
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