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Do you know how every country in the world celebrates New Year's Day? (First day of each year)---Banffee Makeup

Do you know how every country in the world celebrates New Year's Day? (First day of each year)


United Kingdom: The day before New Year's Day, every household must have wine in the bottle and meat in the cupboard. The British believe that if there is no meat and wine left, they will be poor in the coming year. In addition, the United Kingdom also popularizes the custom of "drilling well water" in the New Year. People are striving to be the first to fetch water, thinking that the first person to fetch water is a happy person, and the water drawn is auspicious water. On the late night of New Year's Eve, British people often bring pastries and wine to visit. They don't knock on the door, and go straight into the home of relatives and friends. According to the British custom, after the Thousand Nights of New Year's Eve, the person who walks into the house with the first foot indicates the luck of the new year.


India: New Year's Day in India is called "Crying New Year's Day" and "Fasting New Year's Day". On the first day of the new year, they are not allowed to be angry with others, let alone lose their temper. In some places, instead of celebrating the New Year, they hug each other and cry. They believe that at the beginning of New Year's Day, the years are fleeting-life is short, and they express their sighs with crying. People in some areas greet the new year by fasting one day and one night, starting from the early morning of New Year's Day until midnight.


Mongolia: The new year is coming, the old Mongolian people will dress up as shepherds, wearing a furry leather coat, a leather cap, holding a whip, and constantly slap the whip in the air. To show exorcism and blessing.


Brazil: On New Year's Day, Brazilians held up torches and flocked to climb mountains. People are scrambling to find the golden birch fruit that symbolizes happiness. Only those who are not afraid of hardships can find this rare fruit. They call it "seeking good luck." There is a unique custom in rural Brazil-that is, pulling each other's ears. When people meet on New Year's Day, they must hold each other's ears hard to express their blessings.


Argentina: Argentines believe that water is the holiest. Every year on New Year's Day, families of all ages come in groups to take a "New Year's Bath" in the river to wash away all the filth on their bodies. Because they believe that water is the purest and most holy, the filth on the body can be washed away by the infiltration of water, and the new year can be welcomed with a clean body.



Bulgaria: When dining on New Year's Day, whoever sneezes will surely bring happiness to the whole family. The owner promised him the first sheep, cow or foal to wish him happiness to the whole family.


Guangzhou Banff Cosmetics Factory wishes everyone a Happy New Year !







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