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YEAR-ROUND FESTIVALS SERIES 47 – CHRISTMAS – 6 CHRISTMAS SYMBOLS AND WHAT THEY MEAN PART 2 THE NUTCRACKER🌰

Year-round Festivals Series 47 – Christmas – 6 Christmas Symbols and what they mean Part 2 The Nutcracker🌰 According to German folklore, the Nutcracker is seen as the gatekeeper who brings luck to the family. They represent strength and power to protect the family. Around 1865, German woodworkers began selling nutcrackers for the first time, based on a story from a children’s picture book. In 1892, a Russian composer adapted the story into the world-famous ballet The Nutcracker. As the ballet was set on Christmas Eve, the hero of the story, the Nutcracker, came to life. The product was quickly […]

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Year-round Festivals Series 46 – Christmas – 6 Christmas Symbols and what they mean

Year-round Festivals Series 46 – Christmas – 6 Christmas Symbols and what they mean Christmas Trees The evergreen tree is often used as a Christmas tree. There is a touching and popular story about the emergence of the Christmas tree, inspired by an artist’s prints: One late evening, the German Reformer Martin Luther was walking in the forest near his home. As he looked up, he saw stars twinkling in the branches of a cedar tree. Inspired, he cut down a small fir tree, erected it in his house, and placed a lit candle between the branches. His little creation

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2023 Christmas Deals: Party Supplies & Balloons Decoration Set for 12 + Christmas Pull String Piñata

2023 Christmas Deals: Party Supplies & Balloons Decoration Set for 12 + Christmas Pull String Piñata More Offers, More Fun!   (Hong Kong, 5 December 2023) Let’s start the countdown to Christmas 2023! 20 days till Christmas! In the upcoming festive season, there are many wonderful places to visit and engaging events to attend, exploring Stanley Plaza’s annual Christmas Market, taking part in the Christmas-themed celebrations at Disneyland, admiring the sparkling decorations lighting up the Victoria Harbour, feasting on a sumptuous buffet dinner, singing or listening to Christmas carols, or celebrating Christmas at home by setting up a Christmas tree,

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Year-round Festivals Series 44 – Advent and the start of the Christmas markets! 

Year-round Festivals Series 44 – Advent and the start of the Christmas markets!  As December approaches, the Christmas atmosphere in the city starts to grow more intense. Many people choose to travel to Europe to experience the snowy winter weather and a very different Christmas atmosphere from Asia! Have you ever visited a Christmas market in a European town? Christmas markets are held in European towns and cities from 1 December until Christmas Eve. Christmas is a time for family reunion in Europe, just like the Chinese Winter Feast or the Chinese New Year. The Christmas market that ends on

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Year-round Festivals Series 43 – St Nicholas’ Day – Is there really a Santa Claus?

Year-round Festivals Series 43 – St Nicholas’ Day – Is there really a Santa Claus? Does Santa Claus, a popular character, really exist? Santa Claus is inspired by a real person. The answer could be found in the English name of Santa Claus. The Dutch word Sinterklaas is the origin of Santa Claus. 6 December is the anniversary of the death of St. Nicholas and is also celebrated as a holy day, which is a popular commemoration in Europe and the United States. Born in Patara, Turkey in 280 A.D., Nicholas was known for his generosity. In a Christian story,

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