Christmas Around The World - Coggle Diagram
Christmas Around The World
What countries eat on countries
China like eating Chinese dumplings, roast pork, and rice.
Australians eat Cold ham and turkey, cherries, pavlova and Christmas Pudding,
Indian people eat chicken. mutton curry and cake
Japanese people eat KFC, Pizza, Potato Salad, Cream Stew and Christmas Cake.
Korean people eat sweet potatoes, noddle and kimchi.
English people eat Roast Turkey, Roast potatoes, Roast parsnips, Pigs in blankets, stuffing, red cabbage, boiled vegetables and Brussels Sprouts
In Indonesia, People will typically attend a church service on Christmas Eve and on Christmas Day,
In America, Opening one gift on Christmas Eve represents every kids favourite Christmas tradition
In Africa, Christmas is all about festive concerts, sunny outdoor feasts and Christmas street parades.
In Spain, One of the most exciting Spanish Christmas traditions is playing the lottery
The Origin of Christmas
The origin of Christmas is mass on Christ's Day
It is a Christmas festival celebrating the birth of Jesus
Which Countries don't make Christmas a public holiday
China (Not Hong Kong or Macau)
The Sahrawi Republic
Why do have a Christmas Tree
Pagans used branches of evergreen plants and trees to decorate their homes during Winter
Long before being associated with a Christian holiday, Christmas trees began as a pagan tradition.