Pendidikan Multikultural Melalui Pekan Budaya Tionghoa Yogyakarta (PBTY) sebagai Sumber Pembelajaran Sejarah Kreatif
Multicultural education in creative history learning can be held through various activities, one of which is the Yogyakarta Chinese Culture Week. The objectives of the research are: 1) Knowing the history and dynamics of the Yogyakarta Chinese Culture Week, 2) Knowing the Implementation of Multicultural Education Through Creative History Learning in the Yogyakarta Chinese Culture Week, and 3) Knowing the Obstacles and Solutions Faced in the Implementation of Multicultural Education Through Creative History Learning in Yogyakarta Chinese Culture Week. This research is a qualitative research with a case study approach. The data collection technique used is observation and documentation study. The result of the research is that the Yogyakarta Chinese Cultural Week, which has been in existence since 2006 cannot be separated from the idea of Murdjiati Gardjito, a UGM food science lecturer who initially researched Chinese cuisine in Yogyakarta and Central Java and then ended up with this activity by introducing culinary delights. This activity can be used as a place for multicultural education through creative history learning because apart from enjoying the activities, the history of the knick-knacks is also introduced, such as culinary arts, performing arts, and so on so that they can get to know diversity empirically. Constraints faced, including Covid-19, made activities unable to run optimally, although the solution was that activities were carried out online. The Yogyakarta Chinese Culture Week can be replicated by presenting other similar activities so that it can become a means of multicultural education.
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