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What gifts do china give to each other on Christmas?
the same as Americans.
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We do this to represent the three kings giving presents of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh to Jesus when he was born. We also do this to show other people that they are specia…l to us.
Some reasons presents are given at Christmas are: . We give gifts as a symbolic gesture of remembering the gifts that were given to Jesus by the Magi as well as in thanks to… God for the gift of Jesus. More importantly, God gave His only son (Jesus Christ) so that we can live with Him in heaven someday. He is the only One worthy to pay the price of sin for all mankind. . To show the love and care that you have for others. It is Jesus' Birthday. . We give gifts because we wish to show appreciation for another person. i.
The same gifts as English people...............
i think the answer is presents or cards because that's what everyone give most people for Christmas i hope i helped **mini moe
the gift of love
Because you have to celebrate cristmas.
No, China does not give gifts at Christmas. This is because Christmas Day is not an official holiday in China.
Yes Passover is a Jewish festival which calls for gala celebration with family and friends. It is a regular practice to give and take Passover gifts to and from Seder feasts.… After all, it is a grand celebration marked with a grand dinner and what could be better than attractive Passover gifts? The traditional gifts of Passover that are usually exchanged are boxes of fruits and sweets. There is also a custom to gift wines, being used for the rituals of Seder. Another gift idea for Passover is Passover flowers that happen to be the most obvious choice for everybody. Link it all up with Passover - a day of celebration with tasty dishes and wine glasses. You could also gift varied kinds of dishware and silverware as Passover presents to the ones to come over to your Passover party. / Remember that in a Seder feast, only Matzah foods are allowed, but one can also carry with them chocolate covered Matzah foods or crackers or Kosher foods and drinks. The other options for Passover gifts are Seder plates, Haggadah books - all of which has a religious significance. / Don't forget to explore options like Matzah and Afikomen covers, Table centerpieces and dinnerware. They are good gift ideas for Pesach feasts. During this Jewish festival which is usually celebrated around April, calls for cleaning the house and making everything perfect. The main aim is to remove the yeast from all corners of the house. This festival of Passover commences at the sunset on the 14th day of Nisan (falling in March or April) and continues for either seven or eight days. It is otherwise known as the feast of Unleavened Bread. Types of Passover gifts : There is a habit to exchange gifts among the Jews with one another during this festive occasion. Passover gifts are the best way to reciprocate love and regard and Passover gift items generally include artistic ones like: Hand-embroidered matzah coverCeremonial serving piece (Seder plate)Passover cookbookSeder and Matzah platesSilver plated Elijah and Miriams' cupsHaggadahs HolderMatzah boxMatzah trayStar of David wrapped soapsBeeswax candlesMatzah and Afikomen bag set Other Passover gift items comprise of - Jewish religious books, Jewish symbols, religious items, jewelry pieces, music, books, kosher gift basket, and Judaica greeting cards. These are all traditional Passover gifts which are commonly exchanged among friends. Besides all these, Kosher wines and Matzah covers happen to be wonderful Passover gift basket ideas.
they give me hot dogs and sasuages sincerly,qiuara benning
The wise men brought gifts to Jesus after His birth.
you give people gifts because the wise men gave gifts to Jesus
Usually People give each other what the other person wants. Some people have a Christmas wish list of the items they want.
Gifts at Christmas are symbolic of the gift of grace Jesus gave to us through his sacraficial death on the cross. It's also symbolic of the 'love thy neighbor as thyself' mess…age God gives to us through Jesus.
Sometimes children would receive only one toy to share, or one simple toy each if they were lucky. Some years, they received only fruit (such as oranges) for Christmas gifts, …or perhaps a pair of socks. It's hard for people who did not live through the depression to believe, but that is how poor many were.
yes china people liketo give gift to other people