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 since thousands of years ago and are still... read more
New Year is perhaps one of the most exciting holidays in the Philippines and this hub tells you why. Lighting fireworks, making loud noises and eating lots of food are just some of the Filipino traditions during New Year's Eve. read more
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 their own time keeping systems down the... read more
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... read more
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. read more
How many times have you made New Year's resolutions, those self-imposed vows to improve or completely overhaul our lives? We all start out well, but do we actually keep those lofty promises? Here are some of the most popular... read more
Do you know that wearing yellow pants the night of the 31st December in Peru brings good luck, and that eating 12 grapes in Spain equal each at one wish for the new year? read more
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
coordinated in advanced. In this article, I... read more
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 the New Year in an exuberant fashion.... read more
By Charles, Calgary, Canada Most people in the Philippines celebrate New Year’s Eve in their
homes. It is usually an occasion just like Christmas, when a family reunion
There are three main elements that are usually present in... read more
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 New Year's Eve. We will have the... read more
Traditions and Celebrations Around The World related to New Year Celebrations . How New Year is celebrated in Different parts of the world read more
Come join our HubMob world tour of various New Year celebrations. Experience different New Year's Eve traditions, cultures, events and more. It's all here in our New Year Around the World HubMob. read more
The tradition of wearing new clothes for New Year’s 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 considered to bring good luck as it is the colour of money and wealth . read more
New Year's Day arrives on different dates in the world, according to the culture in which it is celebrated. You might like to celebrate more than one! read more
A very unique trip that is a once in a lifetime experience. There are not many people who can say they have been to Antarctica, you could be one of them. read more
How is New Year celebrated in Great Britain? Many New Years Eve traditions date from pagan times and Hogmanay in Scotland is the biggest revelry in the UK read more
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 the year.
For civil society most of the... read more
Here are just some of the New Year Resolutions of the hubber and they are all related to online writing. read more
Time begins in Tonga. The country that greets each new year. read more
New Year's has rolled around again and with it, another chance for a brighter future! read more
It’s the year end. Time for a New Year to make its entry and decking up your home or office with New Year decorations ideas. New Year decorations are time taking exercises but fun nonetheless. You can change the appearance of your office this New... read more
Islam has a moon based calendar having 354 days. The date of New Year also varies every year since the Islamic calendar is eleven days shorter than the solar calendar. Maal Hijra or Islamic New Year is observed on the 1st day of Muharram [1st... read more
New Year brings something special and new to every one’s life. It is the day of hopes and expectations. It is the festival of all. It is not the festival of a particular people or particular country. It is universal festival.
So it is impossible... read more
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Hey there HubMobsters! Before I even get started on this post, I feel like I should let everyone who is reading this know exactly how awesome it was to see all of us Hubbers come together for last week's HubMob, which was the first one that we have ever had here on HubPages. We had 30+ Hubbers...
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