The one percent of Chinese citizens who consider themselves Christians unofficially, and usually privately, celebrate Christmas. In China, December 25 is not a legal holiday .
They decorate their Christmas trees, which they call "Trees of Light," with paper chains, paper flowers, and paper lanterns. Christians in China celebrate by lighting their houses with beautiful paper lanterns.
The Chinese Christians they sit down with relatives to a large meal on Christmas day, but it could be served at either lunch or dinner. Usually instead of turkey, they prepare foods such as roast pork, chicken, soup with bull ears and rice salad. The food
The weather in China is not the most ideal for Christmas. Normally there is a wet weather and freezing cold but usually it never snows. It rains a lot and there’s fog.
Chinese Children hang muslin stockings and await a visit from Santa Claus, who they call Dun Che Lao Ren (dwyn-chuh-lau-oh-run) which means "Christmas Old Man.“ Who puts the presents under the Christmas tree as required by tradition.