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Why can’t I enjoy my life as them ?

The second Monday of January is Coming-of-Age Day (or named “Adult’s Day”) in Japan, a national holiday to encourage those who have newly entered adulthood to become self-reliant members of society. The holiday used to be on January 15, but in 2000 it was moved to the second Monday of the month.(from Chinadaily.com )

Celebration of the coming of age for boys and girls turning 20 that year. The coming of age symbolizes mainly the obtention of the right to buy cigarettes and alcohol legally. Ceremonies held at temples and shrines and girls wear special kimono for the occasion. (from jref.com)

2 girls bowing

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::**:: Missing Christmas Day :**::

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Missing Christmas Day oAooo !

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What are they preparing for ?

 

Happy Holiday from goooogle 😀

At first,
I am unintentional to flack for Gooooogle..
As a Asian, I really don’t understand what happed to these days?
Is another holiday coming soon?
What are the cute Cat and Mouse doing?
and what is the relationship between it and Christmas Day?
Oho, I just want to know !

Who can answer me?


What is the Doodle?

From Dec. 21 to Dec. 23 these days Google homepage shows the funny images as above.
and they said that happy holiday.. their link is http://www.google.com/doodle10.html ..
What is the Doodle?
As a Chinese, I really don’t know what these images mean?
Acctually, maybe it’s coincident that Dec. 22, 2005 is the Midwinter’s day in China..
Midwiter is the middle of the winter,
the mean is the period of the winter solstice,about December 22..
There is a festival on this day in China.
During Midwinter’s day, we usually eat the food that is coverd with  flour.
Especially that people in South of China eats the food named “Tangyuan”,
which is a flour pellet that is full of sweetener inside..
and the “Tangyuan” are shown below:

Tangyuan-00tangyuan-01

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