4th. November In 2005, People’s Solidarity Day was officially designated as a national holiday to commemorate 1612 Russian citizen Kuzma? Minn and Dmitry? Archduke Pozharski led the Russian militia to resist foreign invasion and liberate Moscow from the Polish army. This is the “youngest” festival in Russia.
10th. November The holy day, Eid al-fitr and Eid al-adha are also known as the three major festivals of Muslims around the world. they commemorate the birth and death of Muhammad, the founder of Islam. they are the 12th of March in the Islamic calendar and the 10th of November in the Gregorian calendar this year.
November 11th. Every year after the middle of October, many people in Britain wear a small red flower on their chests or fasten it to the front of private cars. November 11 every year is the memorial day of commonwealth countries. not only does the queen lead all walks of life and veterans of the country to lay wreaths on the fallen soldiers, but all parts of Britain hold ceremonies to commemorate all the British soldiers killed in the war.
This is an important national festival in the United States. Soldiers are highly respected in the United States. On this day, people pay tribute to veterans, especially those who have participated in previous wars.
15th. November Section 753 is a unique festival in Japan. In Shinto, there is a custom that newborns need to visit the shrine 30 to 100 days after birth to pay homage to the patron saint. When they are three years old (boys and girls), five years old (boys) and seven years old (girls), they visit the shrine again on November 15 each year (the 15th of the 11th lunar month before the Meiji Restoration). They thank the gods for their blessing and pray for the healthy growth of children.
23rd. November This is one of Japan’s national legal festivals. The festival evolved from the traditional festival of “New Taste and Sacrifice”. The purpose of the festival is to respect hard work, bless production, and thank each other.
28th. November Thanksgiving Day is an authentic American holiday, but Europeans do not celebrate Thanksgiving Day. This day is also a public holiday in the United States. Americans often spend a 4-5 day holiday on weekends as the beginning of the shopping season and vacation season in the United States.
What needs special reminding is that Thanksgiving Day is a holiday created by Americans. European countries, Australia, Canada (Thanksgiving Day in Canada falls on the 2nd Monday of October) and other western countries in a broad sense do not celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Of course, you can also send Thanksgiving cards to them, but if they are ungrateful, they will say otherwise.
I once saw a CEO named Kyle Reyes vomit on LinkedIn: before Thanksgiving, he received 147 bombardments of Thanksgiving greeting card emails from suppliers one morning. He strongly suggests stopping such behavior!
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