The nation of China is predominantly non-Christian. Given this fact, I highly doubt that there are such things as Chinese Christmas customes. = Answer= There are Christians in China who celebrate the birth of Christ by decorating their houses. They decorate Christmas trees called "trees of light" with paper lanterns, chains, and flowers. Chinese children hang stockings and wait on Santa Claus, whom they call dwyn-chuh-lau-oh-run which means old man Christmas. The vast majority of Chinese are not Christian. The main winter celebration in China is Chinese New Year, toward the end of January. Officially called the "Spring Festival", children receive toys and clothing, eat holiday meals, and enjoy fireworks displays. An important part of Chinese New Year is the reverence of ancestors. Portraits and paintings of deceased relatives are brought out and hung in the main room of Chinese homes.
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# Holidays: Christmas, Easter, Holleween.
American missionaries in China adopted some Chinese customs.
Christmas dinner family gets together gift giving
Mistletoe, Christmas trees, presents, Usually a star on top of the christmas tree.
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Some of the main Christmas traditions in the nation of China would be to decorate with paper lanterns as well as decorating a Christmas tree which is known as the Tree of Lights.
Some interesting fact about Christmas in China is that they do not really do much. Their main holiday is Chinese New Year. Most really do not care for Christmas.
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for Christmas we open presents on Christmas Eve
Some Christmas customs in Australia include attending the church on Christmas Eve, having a barbecue, turkey dinner, gift giving on Christmas Eve and many others. A very popular event in the Christmas season is Carols in the Candlelight, where people meet, light candles and sing together.
The marriage customs in traditional China includes 'three letters and six etiquette' (三書六禮), but the marriage customs in modern China are more simplified and more people prefer Western marriage customs.
No, China does not give gifts at Christmas. This is because Christmas Day is not an official holiday in China.
Answer this question…Which ambassador to Mexico first introduced the Poinsettia to our Christmas customs?
I'm not entirely sure, but i saw on National Geographic that there is a Christmas custom that children lay out a box in front of their house with some hay or straw. Then at night a man dresses like Santa Clause and puts gifts in the box and has his horse eat the hay.
Japanese people generally do not celebrate Christmas. Most of them are not Christians. However, some have adopted the customs such as exchanging presents.
The Poinsettia is the traditional Christmas flower in China. Christmas is not widely celebrated in China, but western traditions are slowly taking hold. Jingle Bells is the most popular Christmas song in China.
The Canton System was the custom of china in 1700.
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