New Indonesian-Chinese ‘kya-kya’ market a cultural and tourism hub for Surabaya

The port city has often had a Chinatown market but discrimination against Chinese people over the centuries meant a ‘kya-kya’ was not a given; now a new night market has opened, with local government backing and halal Chinese food for the Muslim-majority population.

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