Thanksgiving Day in the United States is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November each year. Traditionally it is a time to give thanks for all the sacrifice and hard work done for the harvest.
Europe's natural gas crisis began in August this year. With the coming of severe winter, in the face of the heat supply gap and huge heating bills under the energy crisis, European people have turned their attention to China's "eight piece winter package"---electric blanket, heater, hot water bag, etc.
In the fall of 1612, the Russian militia defeated the Polish army in Moscow. On November 4th, the Polish army surrendered, and then expelled it out of Russia. To commemorate the victory of Russia's military and civilians to defeat the Polish invaders and restore national independence, Russia set Nov
Halloween, contraction of All Hallows' Eve, a holiday observed on October 31.Here are five common and fun Halloween traditions – complete with some local iterations, too!Making Jack-o'-Lanterns. During the Halloween season, you'll see Jack-o'-Lanterns on almost every front porch. ...Wearing spooky c
Diwali Festival is an important traditional festival for Hinduism, like Christmas and New Year. During every October to November. As this festival is regarded as the festival of the goddess of wealth, Hilashmi, every household will clean up, light candles and oil lamps, and wait for the goddess to c
The second Monday in October each year is the Thanksgiving Festival in Canada. Unlike the United States, Canada's Thanksgiving is unrelated to religion, pure harvest, thanks to nature, thanks to God, give the rich sunshine and nectar, let the grain grow up It is the theme of gratitude.Canadians atta