Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Christmas: Is it celebrated in your country?

Christmas is a holiday celebrated by many people around the world, but how the day is remembered can differ widely from country to country and even from family to family. Please share your ideas and experiences on this holiday, and what people do on this day. If Christmas isn't celebrated, then please share any other festivities or holidays celebrated at the end of the year.

Randall

3 comments:

  1. Recently being influenced by Western country, Christmas is held as a secular celeberation in Vietnam though it is not a national holiday. In these day, we can recognize the differences on the road. Many entertaining spots decorated with colourful lights, Christmas trees, depictions of Santa Claus and caves with artificial snow. People also exchange gifts and send Christmas cards to each other with best wishes. In contrast to Western traditions, Christmas Eve is a day for couples to date and groups to hold parties. They have good time when strolling under Christmas lights in a romantic scene outside. Additonally, festivities such as singing caroll, decorating Christmas trees, etc. make the atmosphere more lively.

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  2. Christmas here in Brazil is synonymous with family gathering. This holiday is usually celebrated by families all over the country. Those who live far from their parents generally pay a visit to them during Christmas season.
    We also exchange gifts on this day.
    Secret Santa is quite a common custom here too.

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  3. Hi I from mexico.
    christmas in mexico is enjoy with family and frends. many entertainig spost decorated with colourful lights,christmas tree, depictions of santa claus and caves with artificial snow.

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall