• The Beginning of International Children’s Day

    International Children’s Day (also known as Children’s Day, International Children’s Day) is celebrated on June 1 every year. To commemorate the Lidice massacre of June 10, 1942 and all children who died in war around the world, to oppose the killing and poisoning of children, a...
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  • The origin of May Day

    International Labor Day, also known as “May Day”, “International Workers’ Day” (International Workers’ Day or May Day), is a national holiday in more than 80 countries in the world. It’s on May 1 every year. It is a holiday shared by working people all ov...
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  • Halloween

    Halloween is an annual celebration, but just what is it actually a celebration of? And how did this peculiar custom originate? Is it, as some claim, a kind of demon worship? Or is it just a harmless vestige of some ancient pagan ritual? The word itself, “Halloween,” actually has its o...
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  • Mother’s Day

            Jewish Proverb: God could not be everywhere and therefore be made mothers.   Ancient celebrations of motherhood   Rhea, Mother of the Greek gods   People in many ancient cultures celebrated holidays honoring motherhood, personified as a goddess. Here are just a few of those:   Anc...
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  • The Easter

    Easter is the resurrection of Jesus Christ, second only to Christmas for Christians.   In 325 AD, the Council of Nicaea decided to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus, the founder of the Christian Church, the first Sunday following the first full moon after March 21 as Easter, so, The exac...
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  • Black Friday

    Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States, often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In recent years, most major retailers have opened extremely early and offered promotional sales to kick off the holiday shopping season, similar to Boxing Day...
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  • White pollution

    White pollution refers to plastic pollution. It is a new member of pollution family, but it grows fast. Unrecyclable plastic lunch boxes line along railroads. Plastic shopping bags dance in the wind. When leaders are busy mapping out blueprints for the future, white pollution becomes their headac...
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  • The Umbrella Festival

    Probably one of the most unique festivals in the entire country, and one which Chiang Mai hotels and Chiang Mai resorts offer easy access to, is the Bo Sang Umbrella Festival. Generally held in the month of January, this is an event which travellers from around the world consider to be one of the...
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  • The Hari Raya

    Hari Raya is a date of special significance for Muslims around the world, and any Muslims staying in Kuala Lumpur hotels at the end of the Ramadan period will be taking part in this festival. It is the final day of the fast, and for three days Muslim families around the world celebrate with plent...
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  • St. Patrick’s Day

    St. Patrick’s Day

    St Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration held on March 17, the anniversary of the death of St Patrick, Ireland’s most important Catholic saint. St. Patrick’s Day became an official Christian holiday in the early 17th century, established by the Catholic Church, ...
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  • The Independence Day

    The Independence Day

    Independence Day in the United States is a holiday to commemorate the United States of America on July 4, 1776, when the Continental Congress declared the Declaration of independence.This is the day when the United States officially declared its independence from the British Empire, so Independen...
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  • Happy April Fool’s Day

    April Fool’s Day  is also called All Fools’ Day.April Fool’s Day, time for April 1, is a popular folk festival in the West from the 19th century, has not been identified as a legal holiday in any country.On this day, people deceive and play tricks on each other in a variety of w...
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