New Year Around the World HubMob
Happy New Year!
Welcome to our HubMob tour of New Year around the world!
This week, we're travelling the globe to find out how other countries and cultures celebrate New Year and New Year's Eve. Through these hubs, you'll be transported to other lands to see traditions, celebrations and events that may be new to you. They'll all be interesting pieces that our HubMobsters worked hard on - just for you, the reader.
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New Year Around the World HubMob
New Year Traditions in the Philippines
- New Year Traditions in the Philippines
Nothing beats the Christmas celebration here in the Philippines. Well, nothing that is until you get to experience the New Year celebrations! One of the noisiest time (if not the noisiest) of the year, New...
Happy Native American New Year Meals
Patty Inglish, MS
- Happy Native American New Year Meals
The Three Sisters wish you a Happy New Year! The unfamiliar may wonder whose these ladies are, but we know them to be Corn, Beans, and Squash. They are the foundation foods of many Native American groups...
Cape Town New Year’s Carnival
Laura du Toit
- Cape Town New Years Carnival
The Cape Minstrel Carnival has been likened to the Mardi Gras in New Orleans and the Carnivale in Rio de Janero. One of the major differences is that the Cape Carnival is not linked to any Christian event. ...
bringing in the new year - superstitions, resolutions, aftermath, new beginnings
- bringing in the new year - superstitions, resolutions, aftermath, new beginnings
New Years day brings in a fresh start, a new begining; at least it's suppose to. Much like the day to day superstitions we have about things, like: exit the way you came (if you enter someone's house via...
Peculiarities of the Chinese Lunar New Year
- Peculiarities of the Chinese Lunar New Year
The Lunar New Year is one of the most important festival for the Orientals, namely the Chinese, Koreans, Mongolians, Nepalese, Bhutanese, and Vietnamese. The Chinese Lunar New Year is the most widely...
Top Ten New Year's Resolutions
- Top Ten New Year's Resolutions
Of the many fascinating and unusual New Year's traditions, the annual writing down of New Year's resolutions, those self-imposed vows to improve, revive, or otherwise completely overhaul our lives, is one of the most interesting. The exchanging of re
Organizing simple New Years eve party
- Organizing simple New Years eve party
The celebration of New Year is the most popular festivity in the world and having a party is probably the most popular means to celebrate it. Organizing a simple party is not at all difficult if it is...
New Year Around the World
- New Year Around the World
I have been lucky to spend New Year in several countries. What I have learnt is that it doesnt matter where you are, people like to celebrate. Toasting, dancing and fireworks are a common denominator with most western cultures while traditions and c
New Years Eve is known in Scotland as Hogmanay. Meet a Scotsman near the end of the year and we may well ask you What are you doing for the Bells.The Scottish people have a long history of ringing in...
- How My Family in the Philippines Celebrates New Year's Eve
By Charles, Calgary, Canada Most people in the Philippines celebrate New Years Eve in their homes. It is usually an occasion just like Christmas, when a family reunion takes place. There are three...
Happy New Year Scottish Style
- Happy New Year Scottish Style
Most people in the UK will tell you that the Scots truly know how to celebrate New Year. In fact, many British people and tourists from around the world, find their way to Scotland for New Year or, as it is...
A Baby For New Years?
- A Baby For New Years?
Our normal traditions for New Years Eve is to go to our church's annual potluck dinner and candle light service. We enjoy the food, fellowship, and testimonies from our church family. On New Years Day,...
In India the New Year does NOT start in January
- In India the New Year does NOT start in January
The concept of a calendar is a sign of civilization. The fact that man put value to his time and was aware enough of seasons and changes in his environment. However as civilizations around the world evolved...
New Year's Celebrations in Indonesia
- New Year's Celebrations in Indonesia
Most of Indonesian people celebrate the New Year's eve with city convoy by cars and motorcycles. New Year is not celebrated as big as Idul Fitri in Indonesia. Most of Indonesian people are still working on...
Favorite Rituals on New Year’s Eve
- Favorite Rituals on New Years Eve
Rituals on New Years Eve is performed by millions of people every year by making resolutions and setting goals to do thing better in the New Year. These rituals have been created over the years perhaps...
How and Why do we celebrate New Year ? - Traditions and Celebrations Around the World
- How and Why do we celebrate New Year ? - Traditions and Celebrations Around the World
It is the start or advent of a new year for those people who follow the Gregorian calendar. According to this calendar it is celebrated on January 1st every year. It marks the end of one year & the beginning...
Zing It With Glow Lights: The New Year Party Flavor 2010
- Zing It With Glow Lights: The New Year Party Flavor 2010
New year, across the world, simply means party time. People gettogether, hang out, go to private parties or party hard at home. Theidea is to have a great time as we enter the new year. Home parties require a...
Lesser Known New Year's Traditions - Lucky Foods of Texas and More
Patty Inglish, MS
- Lesser Known New Year's Traditions - Lucky Foods of Texas and More
New Year's Day arrives on different dates in the world, according to the culture in which it is celebrated. For instance, Chinese New Year is not on January 1st and the Jewish New Year is in September....
Dress to attract good luck for the New Year
- Dress to attract good luck for the New Year
The tradition of wearing new clothes for New Years Eve extends throughout several continents and while people in most European and Asian countries wear red clothing to attract good luck others favour yellow as a lucky colour. Green clothes are also
My Top Six calendars for 2010
- My Top Six calendars for 2010
I was surprised this afternoon with a visit from my local firemen. No, my house was not on fire; I was hot but not enough to call the fire brigade. Anyway, my firemen were not as tall, dark haired or...
New years over Antarctica
- New years over Antarctica
If you have the time and money, you can celebrate this new years eve in a Airbus A380 flying over the south pole. A company called Antarctica flights is chartering a Quantas Airbus A380 for a flight over...
New Year's Resolutions
- New Year's Resolutions
Millions of Americans start the new year nursing a whopping hangover and, half-heartedly declaring their New Years Resolutions. Its no surprise that giving up the red-eye (the hooch, the booze, the...
Year of the Tiger - Chinese New Year 2010 and Other New Year Observances
- Year of the Tiger - Chinese New Year 2010 and Other New Year Observances
When we speak of the New Year, the date that comes to most people's minds is January 1st the date that many of the old Roman calendars as well as the modern Gregorian and Julian calendars use as the start of...
My New Year Resolutions
- My New Year Resolutions
Reading through RedElfs Top Ten New Years Resolution reminded me of my habit (when I was still young) of making my New Years Resolution. And what a list they were lose weight, stop daydreaming,...
Celebrate New Year's Eve with Amazon Products
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