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How do You celebrate Christmas? I would like to know, how is celebrated Christmas in Your countries. What's the most popular? What are traditional dishes and what do You do these days? What do parents usually put under Christmas tree for their children and what would You really want to find there? What do You put on Your Christmas tree and do You build snowman before Your house? I made a note, how we celebrate it here in Poland.
Dec 5, 2012 7:22 PM
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We go to the Church, give a gift to the others. Sometimes we share our many for the poor people. We put the Chrictmas tree. But nothing snow in Indonesia.

January 10, 2013

In China, Christmas is really not a big day.We hardly have any religion,especially young people. However,department stores may catch this chance to do some discount activities to attract more customers. And in my university, on Christmas day ,friends may get together to have a fine day,not for real celebration,but in the name of celebrating.

December 17, 2012

here in brazil we celebrate christmas,we drink wine,champagne,beer or cyder (the children soft drink) and eat panettone, turkey ,gammon, fruits and chester ( the chicken genetically modified ,it has the same size of turkey).

December 16, 2012

In Italy the Chrisas Eve I use to go to the mass like a lot of other people and at the return we give gift to one another. Other  people use to have  dinner with their family, friends or kindred.  I use to have lunch with my family the day of Chrismas 25th. My mother is a very good cook. She mades homemades paste like ravioli (it is a kind of filled paste) and then roasted chicken or guinea fowl. But the main protagonist on the table is the panettone, it is like a cake with raisin, candied fruit and icing. Smile

December 13, 2012
Some Australians like to have the full Christmas celebration: roast turkey, plum pudding, fruit mince pies and shortbread. Others have a barbeque at home, in a park or at the beach.It depends on the weather. Many people cook seafood on the barbeque and prepare international salads and desserts. Presents are opened either on Christmas Eve or Christmas day. Religious people attend church services.
December 5, 2012
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