Chinese people have joyfully embraced Christmas as yet another holiday to be incorporated into the vast array of festivals they celebrate. Not only have they taken on the glamour and romance of Yuletide logs and mistletoe but also the habits of buying and spending in a frenzy during the months preceding December 25.
'Happy New Year, everybody!'
Christmas, part II
If the main dishes during your Christmas Eve dinner feature vegetables, chances are you're either from Russia, hanging out with a Russian family or you came from a country in which Orthodox Christians observe Christmas today.
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There are several churches within Beijing, including the Eastern Church, Western Church, Southern Church, Northern Church.
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Shanghai embraces quite a few churches, such as Xujiahui Cathedral and Shanghai Community Church.
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Guangzhou is home to at least eleven notable churches, built between 1850 and the early 20th century.
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