• Chinese new year
    Festivals The Chinese New Year The Chinese New Year is also called the Spring Festival. It is the most important festival for the Chinese people. On Chinese New Year’s Eve, all family members enjoy a big meal. There are many yummy foods and drinks. Everyone is happy. On New Year’s Day, all Chinese...
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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 our...
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  • Filipino report
    is a lot more violence in the Philippines, Children can become adversely affected by the violence. “ I have seen a lot of violence towards children”, my subject said, however some of the things I had asked made the interviewee very quiet, this showed me the discomfort and experience she may have had....
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  • izzah
    Janeiro Carnival  |  Oktoberfest  |  Christmas  |  Diwali Christmas Festival» Christmas Festival- The Origin of Christmas- The History of ChristmasChristmas Story- Christmas Tradition- The Religious Aspect of Xmas- 12 days of Christmas- Significance of ChristmasChristmas Day in the Morning- Jesus Christ- Mary...
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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 is...
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  • Iamproud to Be an Indian
    | | [pic] Bottom of Form [pic]India - Festivals - Ganesh Chaturthi Festival | | ...
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  • Holidays
    for me I prefer to see the New Year with my family, because I meet these New Years last times with my family and after some years I’ll spend it on my own. I must spend as much time as possible with my family because in some years I’ll have to leave them to begin my own life and these holidays may be the...
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  • Coca Cola Marketing Mix
    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 in the world, you can find all the favourite different brands of Coca Cola in every big chain super market and in most little shops...
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  • Traditions and holidays of Great Britain.
    wedding, marriage, wedding anniversary); which are connected with families incomes; state traditions; national holidays, religious holidays, public festival, traditional ceremonies. What about royal traditions? There are numerous royal traditions in Britain, some are ancient, others are modern. The Queen...
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  • Comparison of Japanese and Czech Cuisine
    of Japanese and Czech cuisine with the accent on the traditional dishes In order to compare the Japanese cuisine and the whole food culture with my nation's I really tried to find any aspects forming at least the slightest connections between them. I almost failed. Similarities I‘ve found seem to...
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  • English Custom and Tradition
    Cards can have serious and loving text e.g. Roses are red, violets are blue, you will be mine cose I love you, or they can also have funny character e.g. My love for you is as big as elephant and on the next side is drown fat girl with text below but then, so are you. In march there are two interesting...
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  • Why Is It Fun in the Philippines
    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 travel to witness some colourful and lively festivals in the Philippines such as the Sinulog Festival in Cebu City, and Masskara Festival in Bacolod...
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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 previous...
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  • Traditions in the U.K.
    away animals, gold, and sometimes women and children, too. 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...
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  • Story
    I was born in Incheon in South Korea, and my family and I came to Canada when I was one years old. I don't remember coming to Canada, but I want to take the time to thank my parents for bringing me to this fabulous country. I can't imagine living in Korea. According...
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  • History WW2
     Bogota: An amazing city! Stay in La Candelaria and make sure you do a Bike Tour (can book from the Cranky Croc Hostel, the best tour I’ve done in my life run by a journalist who has some amazing stories to tell and takes you everywhere from the Red Light District to fruit markets and all the way you...
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  • History of St. Valentine's Day
    cards are sent each year, making Valentine's Day the second largest card-sending holiday of the year (An estimated 2.6 billion cards are sent for Christmas.). • Approximately 85 percent of all valentines are purchased by women. In addition to the United States, Valentine's Day is celebrated in...
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  • Vikings
    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 meant, "You unlock my heart!" | | |Back to Folklore and Sayings...
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  • Critique of session plans
    great cultural stories and epics woven into the religion. There are many festivals which are celebrated in Hinduism but I chose to focus on one festival to teach a Reception class. The festival I chose is Diwali because it is a festival of lights which celebrates the ‘triumph of good over evil’. (Voice for...
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  • Miss
    |Synagogue, worship, beliefs, tradition, symbol, celebration, festival, Shabbat, + vocabulary associated with the| |Design Technology ...
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