The Comparison Between Chinese and American Festivals

Minlin WEN


Every country has its own traditional festivals, celebrated by all kinds of activities. In China, the most important festival is the Spring Festival, while in America, the most important festival is Christmas. Festival differences exist between China and America. With time elapsing, festival culture changes gradually and some new cultural phenomenon occurs.


Festival; Custom; Difference; Culture

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