If you are originally from another country, how do they usually celebrate Christmas there?
Just curious: how do they celebrate Christmas in your country? (Your country is also another country.)
Well I am originally from Trinidad in the West Indies, but presently I live in the US. So in Trinidad, everyone cleans their house from top to bottom, prepare fruitcake, gingerbeer, go to church on Christmas morning, put up Christmas tree and lights.
I am Brazilian. We have a big country, and things are different all over. In the area I live in now we just have dinner at midnight, not much gift giving like in the US. Christmas trees are mainly a tradition in the south, which was founded by German
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