How Christmas is celebrated around the world

China In China, only about one percent of people are Christians, so most people only know a few things about Christmas. Because of this, Christmas is only often celebrated in major cities. In these big cities there are christmas lights lights and other decorations on the streets and in department stores. Santa Claus is called […]

afternoon tea

Love a cup of Rosie Lee? It’s national afternoon tea week

Sometimes the wait for dinner is far too long, and lunch passed too many hours ago, and the length of the day is starting to wear at you. When this happens, it’s time to settle in with a warm cup of tea and some light sandwiches, take some time to appreciate the day, and bolster yourself for the rest of the evening. Afternoon Tea Week taps into the British Tradition of afternoon tea to help bring a bit of elegance and pomp to an otherwise unremarkable time of day.

american independence day

American Independence day, 4th July

American Independence day celebrates the day the US secured independence from the British Empire after the Revolutionary War. It falls on the Fourth of July every year.Great Britain’s 13 North American colonies fought to separate themselves from the UK and rule by the King – then George III. These East Coast colonies were; New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, […]

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