• Chinese new year
    Chinese children wear new beautiful clothes.. Parents and relatives give children lucky money. People meet and say “xin nian hao! gong xi fa cai!” to show good wishes. What a good festival! Christmas Christmas is the most important festival in the western countries. It is on December 25th...
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  • my priorities
    Christmas is always my favourite festival of all times. We can enjoy this festival with our beloved ones and celebrate Jesus’s birth at the same time. We will also receive many Christmas gifts and greetings from our relatives, but we should bear in mind that Christmas is actually the time to share...
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  • Christmas in Japan
    Merry Christmas in Japan Japanese people are good at enjoying various festivals in the world. Christmas Day is one of the most popular holidays in Japan, and it’s also my favorite. The day is celebrated generally on December 25. Christmas is not a national holiday in Japan. Originally, it...
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  • izzah
    , as my brother is five. What I do is have my supper and then we each go to our beds. My favourite part of the holiday is Christmas day. Last year, I went down very early but my mother always tells me to wait for the rest of the family. When they come down I open my presents and every year I like what...
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  • Filipino report
    . “This is my favourite festival because it allows everyone to come together”. In Australia this is much different, our festivals aren’t traditional, Easter is where religious people have church services and then Good Friday is a day that we eat fish to celebrate Jesus. “I miss our traditional services...
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  • Iamproud to Be an Indian
    Christians celebrate Christmas - another main festival of India, in much...
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  • Holidays
    old year out is New York City’s Time Square. Christmas is an annual festival, held on December 25, to celebrate the Nativity, or birth of Christ. The Christmas tree, an evergreen trimmed with lights and other decorations, is derived from the so-called paradise tree, symbolising Eden. Saint...
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  • Comparison of Japanese and Czech Cuisine
    to prepare since it's often baked (Oh, I have to show off that I bought a spacious oven yesterday ^_^ – it wasn‘t so easy, because most of them are tiny and made just for baking fish or toast a bread). Like a baking festival seem to be Christmas. Even though since it's religious meaning is weak...
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  • Coca Cola Marketing Mix
    market is said to be an oligopoly market (few sellers and large buyers), that’s why they form into cartel contract to ensure a mutual balance in pricing between the sellers. Place Coca cola is the world’s most favourite brand and is available all over the world. Selling in mostly everywhere...
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  • English Custom and Tradition
    fried carp, potato salad and various pastries. Slovak children hang up their stocking on 5 December while in Britain they do so on Christmas Eve. In the morning of the next day children enjoy unwrapping presents. New Year's Eve is a big festival in Scotland, where it is called Hogmanay. It begins with...
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  • Story
    went to the Universal Studios. My favourite ride at the Universal Studios was the Simpson ride where we would sit in a red vehicle, and look at a screen and the car would move it felt like we were in the screen. We went to the Universal Studios in the winter and it was very close to Christmas...
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  • Festival
    What are you thinking of doing this summer? Why not try Reading festival? Reading festival I hear you say? From my past mind blowing experience at Reading I noticed that it was more of an annual pilgrim for people to pay homage to their musical idols, plus a chance to reconnect with friends from...
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  • Traditions and holidays of Great Britain.
    there is a joke on a piece of paper, too. Most of the jokes in Christmas crackers are not very good. Here is on example: Customer: Waiter, there’s a frog in my soup. Waiter: Yes, sir, the fly’s on holidays. A pantomime is a traditional English entertainment at Christmas. It is meant for children, but...
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  • Why Is It Fun in the Philippines
    a Filipino myself, I know a lot of things that are (or more) fun in the Philippines. But after collecting opinions and research, I have listed my 10 reasons why it is more fun in the Philippines. a.) Festivals – Philippines is home to hundreds of festivals. Tourists from around the world...
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  • Traditions in the U.K.
    . Now, 1,000 years later, people in the Shetlands remember the Vikings with a festival. They call the festival ”Up-Helly-Aa”. Every winter the people of Lerwick, a town in the Shetlands, make a model of a ship. It's a Viking ”longship”, with the head of a dragon at the front. Then, on Up-Helly-Aa...
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  • Vikings
    for one week. | | |In Wales wooden love spoons were carved and given as gifts on February 14th. Hearts, keys and keyholes were favourite | | |decorations on the spoons. The decoration...
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  • History of St. Valentine's Day
    keyholes were favourite decorations on the spoons. The decoration meant, "You unlock my heart!" ▪ In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They would wear these names on their sleeves for one week. To wear your heart on your sleeve now...
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  • History WW2
    in Brazil) early and its more expensive here (like 40 US a night), this is the place in the lonely planet that says 'the rich and good looking of South America go to party and preen themselves' BRAZIL!!!!! (my favourite) Florianopolis (amazing hippie island, beautiful beaches & surf, go to a...
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  • Miss
    |Synagogue, worship, beliefs, tradition, symbol, celebration, festival, Shabbat, + vocabulary associated with the| |Design Technology...
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  • Critique of session plans
    homes, temples and buildings with sources of light such as using Diyas. It is similar to celebrations of other religions in terms of food, gifts, wearing new clothes. As Diwali is celebrated in November I decided to plan my sessions around that period of time. It is an interesting festival to teach...
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