Christmas mystery gift

Author:Guanmei Glass Art-Glass Decoration Suppliers

It has been accepted and approved by people to exchange gifts between relatives and friends during Christmas. A derivative of the concept of mysterious characters bringing gifts to children. Nicholas, a well-meaning bishop living in Asia Minor in the 4th century. The Dutch imitate him by giving gifts on St Nicholas' Day (December 6). In North America, the British colonists incorporated this tradition into the celebration of the Christmas holiday, and Sinterklaas accordingly became Santa Claus or a figure called Saint Nick (Saint Nick). In the tradition of British Americans, Santa Claus always arrives on a sleigh pulled by reindeer happily on Christmas Eve, climbs into the house from the chimney, leaves gifts for the children, and eats the food left by the children for him. . The rest of the year he was busy making gifts and monitoring and documenting the children's behavior. Coca-Cola makes the image of Santa Claus popular all over the world. In French, Santa Claus is called P.ère Noel (almost identical to Santa Claus), whose red and white outfit once inspired Coca-Cola to paint the image of Santa that spread around the world in the 1930s. In some cultures, Santa Claus is accompanied by Knecht Ruprecht, or“black peter”(Black Peter) guy. In some versions, gnomes in a toy workshop make holiday gifts, and Santa and Mrs. Claus are sometimes married. In North American and British supermarkets during the Christmas season, there are Santa Clauses from whom children can ask for gifts. In many countries, children prepare empty containers in which Santa can put small presents, such as toys, candy or fruit. In the United States, children hang Christmas stockings on the fireplace on Christmas Eve, because Santa Claus said he would come down the chimney on Christmas Eve to put presents in the stockings. In other countries, children leave their empty shoes outside so Santa can deliver presents on Christmas Eve (or St. Nicholas Day, December 5). Gift giving is not just about Santa Claus, family members and friends also give gifts to each other.


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