It is good that China is now slowly return to her traditional belief and religion . I guess in fast modern live you need bearing and moral compass. The blind pursuit of material well being will not bring happiness and contentment
I am not sure if you are Eurasian or Peranakan(Indian or Chinese). Because there are many Peranakan in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, They were instrumental in the forming early year of Singapore and Malaysia.I greatly respect Chinese Culture and Tradition and all Cultures. I believe I am part Chinese (i.e. legendary Chinese). The historical story goes that ONE of the Famous Chinese Admiral Zeng He's Officers married a daughter of the Sultan of Tanjong Balai Ashan (now Indonesia - Palembang Sumatra) during one of the Admiral's 7 voyages. According to the legend, my Mother's mother was a descendent of that mixed marriage, as my maternal grandmother "Lydia" was a close relative of the then Sultan. My wife is Singaporean Chinese. In 2005, I was given a Chinese name "An Wei"
I am of mixed parentage - classified as "Others" not Eurasian. In Singapore since the Colonial period, my father was classified as Filipino (as his father was Filipino-Spanish). My mother was mixed as her mother was Sumatran cum legendary Chinese, & father Filipino-Spanish. My wife's family can be considered as part Pernakan (on the second grand-mother's side). There were many inter-marriages including the period, and perhaps before the time of Adm Zeng He's 7 voyages. There are also many Filipinos in the Philippines of Chinese and Spanish Ancestries. Quite complicating but interesting from the historical points of view.No major problems in multi-racial Singapore (Chinese 75%) - all races are treated as equal. Although a secular nation, there is religious freedom, except we go after religious bigots & ISIS terrorists.I am not sure if you are Eurasian or Peranakan(Indian or Chinese). Because there are many Peranakan in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, They were instrumental in the forming early year of Singapore and Malaysia.
Sadly the culture was declining due to adoption of English language and Christianity. Most of the young one loose their mother tongue of Peranakan language.
The recent drive to unite all the Chinese dialect doesn't help either .
Now most young peranakan can speak mandarin and english but loose their mother tongue
But in recent year there is interest to revive the culture like this video