Birthday Traditions-cad2012序列号和密钥

| The tradition of birthday parties started in Europe a long time ago. It was feared that evil spirits were particularly attracted to people on their birthdays. To protect them from harm, friends and family would to .e be with the birthday person and bring good thoughts and wishes. Giving gifts brought even more good cheer to ward off the evil spirits. This is how birthday parties began. Birthday Traditions Canada – Greasing the nose with butter or margarine. In Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland) the birthday child is ambushed and their nose is greased for good luck. China – Noodles for Lunch. The birthday child pays respect to his/her parents and receives a gift of money. Friends and relatives are invited to lunch and noodles are served to wish the birthday child a long life. England – Fortune Telling Cakes and Bumps. Certain symbolic objects are mixed into the birthday cake as it being prepared. If your piece of cake has a coin in it, then you will be rich. Ireland – Birthday Bumps. The birthday child is lifted upside down and "bumped" on the floor for good luck. Italy – Pulling ears. The child’s ears are pulled as many times as how old they are turning. Japan – New Clothes. The birthday child wears entirely new clothes to mark the occasion. New Zealand – Birthday claps. After the birthday cake is lit, the happy birthday song is sung loudly and often out of tune and then the person birthday person receives a clap for each year they have been alive and then one for good luck. Philippines – Mixture of East and West. Birthday cakes are baked in various sizes and shapes. United States – Cake, candles and song. A cake is made, and candles are put on top based on how old the person is. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: