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European New year traditionsEuropean New year traditionsexpect gifts from the white colt, so they fill their wooden shoes with carrots and hay, and find them filled with sweets the next morning. In Greece, it is tradition for the head of the family to break into the wall...
Asian New Year traditionsAsian New Year traditionsThe Vietnamese, on New Year, ignite bonfires with the fall of darkness. Some fires are made by families, and the coals are made from rice treats. In the New Year's Eve, you forget all the insults and bickering. The...
Maundy Thursday - Myths and TraditionsMaundy Thursday - Myths and TraditionsAccording to the Bible, Jesus Christ was caught at the Garden of Gethsemane during prayer. Easter eggs are traditionally dyed on this day. The Last Supper was held on the night of Maundy Thursday, when Jesus...
The Strangest Wedding Traditions Around the WorldThe Strangest Wedding Traditions Around the WorldAsian country. Unusual Pre-Wedding Gifts in Papua New Guinea Even though not a very large island, Papua New Guinea is home to over 42 ethnic groups, with nearly all of them having traditions to make any Westerner's...
Crazy Traditions Which Some Birthday Celebrants Uphold for LuckCrazy Traditions Which Some Birthday Celebrants Uphold for Luckwishes a person makes will definitely come true if said on their birthday. Even though some traditions may seem crazy or uncivilized, nothing can stop the birthday boy/girl from carrying them out and being filled with...
The Strangest New Year's Traditions Around the WorldThe Strangest New Year's Traditions Around the WorldCelebrating the New Year is among the few holidays commemorated around the world. But while the date may be the same for all, the traditions in the different countries are diverse, unique and fascinating. The...
The Year of the Yellow Earth Dog is Here! Eastern Traditions and CustomsThe Year of the Yellow Earth Dog is Here! Eastern Traditions and CustomsAccording to the Chinese calendar, February 15 marks the beginning of the Year of the Yellow Earth Dog, while the longtime traditions surrounding this festivity are quite fascinating. The belief goes that if we...

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