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  • 1 十年前

    Christmas or Christmas Day is an annual Christian holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus. It is traditionally observed on December 25. Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate it on January 7, which corresponds to December 25 of the Julian calendar. These dates are merely traditional; the precise chronology of Jesus' birth and death is still debated. Christmas has many aspects, both religious and secular, including the exchange of gifts, Santa Claus, decoration and display of the Christmas tree, and religious ceremonies.

    The popularity of Christmas can be traced in part to its status as a winter festival. Many cultures have historically celebrated their most important holiday in winter because there is less agricultural work to do at this time. Examples of winter festivals that have influenced Christmas include the pre-Christian festivals of Yule[1] and Saturnalia. Many of the traditions associated with the holiday have origins in these pagan winter celebrations.

    Various local and regional Christmas traditions are still practiced, despite the widespread influence of American, Australian, and British Christmas motifs disseminated by film, popular literature, television, and other media.

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  • 1 十年前

    An unforgetable Christmas Eve

    Yesterday,is Christmas Eve.I was so happy that my mum took me to go shopping.

    In the morning,I have breakfast at a restaurant and we ate many of food,such as

    noodles and beef.after that,we go to the lady street to buy things.We had bought many thing such as christmas decorations and clothes.We stayed all day on buying things.

    At night,we had a big burky to eat and many delisious things which are all cooked by my mun.

    I hope I can have a unforgetable Christmas Eve in the coming year.

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