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Chinese New Year vs. American Christmas

1/25/13- Similarities and Differences between Chinese New Year and American Christmas
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Angela Herb

on 25 January 2013

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Transcript of Chinese New Year vs. American Christmas

Christmas Symbols Traditional Food Varies by region: Christmas Celebration December 25 - January 6 Christmas vs. Chinese New Year American Christmas Chinese New Year Longest Chinese Holiday (Lasts 15 days) ANIMALS Begins on February 10, 2013 Cow Tiger Rabbit Dragon Snake Horse Sheep/Goat Monkey Chicken Dog Pig By: Angela Herb & Andrea Herb Based on the Lunar Calendar Largest Fireworks Display in the World Santa Claus Baby Jesus A variety of different foods are eaten. Cookies, gingerbread, and candy canes
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