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Christmas around the world

By Derron Clarke
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中 國聖誕節 阿
A Chinese Christmas

Christians in China celebrate by lighting their houses with
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In Hong Kong, the figure who visits children is known as Lan Khoong or Dun
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A boy goes up to a Christmas tree made of
4,500 cans of preserved food, on show at the
Hong Kong International Christmas F...
聖誕節是一段特別時間

Christmas is a special time
English Christmas
A traditional Christmas dinner includes
roast turkey, brussels sprouts, roast
A Traditional English Christmas Dinner
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  1. 1. Christmas around the world By Derron Clarke
  2. 2. Here in St Monica's we learn ITA I languages. about some of theseLIA N SH is celebrated all around LI Christmas FRE PO NCH the world SPANI SH Here is a PowerPoint on how these ESE countries celebrate there Christmas HIN C
  3. 3. Every country celebrates Christmas in there own way
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  5. 5. Church The polish feast At midnight theyit is! summoned to the dinner by What a feast are Their Christmas church is the bells. Most of the Polish noodles withgo to soup, fish, honey and people like to poppy Pasterka or "The Shepherd's Mass". The church is seeds, dumplings with sauerkraut and brightly lighted and decorated with Christmas trees mushrooms. For dessert and an elaborate creche. they have cakes, fruit and nuts. 
  6. 6. Chin a 中國 中 國聖誕節 阿 A Chinese Christmas Christians in China celebrate by lighting their houses with beautiful paper lanterns and decorating their Christmas trees, which they call "Trees of Light," with paper chains, paper flowers, and paper lanterns. Chinese Children hang muslin stockings and await a visit from Santa Claus, whom they call Dun Che Lao Ren (dwyn-chuh-lau-oh-run) which means "Christmas Old Man.".
  7. 7. In Hong Kong, the figure who visits children is known as Lan Khoong or Dun Che Lao Ren. Which is father christmas There are church services given in Chinese as well as English. Children send Christmas cards depicting the Holy Family in a Chinese setting. Public areas are decorated with Nativities, poinsettias, streamers, and paper chains.
  8. 8. A boy goes up to a Christmas tree made of 4,500 cans of preserved food, on show at the Hong Kong International Christmas Fair, on Saturday, Nov. 26 2005. The tree was built over four days by 10 people and organizers said it's the first of its kind in Asia.
  9. 9. 聖誕節是一段特別時間 Christmas is a special time
  10. 10. English Christmas
  11. 11. A traditional Christmas dinner includes roast turkey, brussels sprouts, roast A Traditional English Christmas Dinner potatoes, cranberry sauce, rich nutty The Christmas Dinner wrapped stuffing, tiny sausages is the mainin bacon Christmas meal and it is usuallypudding eaten at and lashings of hot gravy. For mid-day or early afternoon. (dessert) there's always a rich, fruity pudding which you douse in flaming brandy – said to ward off evil spirits.

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