What is the date of Children's Day in your country?

@cici6880 (656)
China
June 3, 2009 10:49pm CST
International Children's Day(usually June1) originated in Turkey in 1920 and later became especially popular in lots of countries.The International Children's Day (ICD)is celebrated in numerous countries,usually on June 1 each year.However,there are some countries which celebrate their "Children's Day" on different dates. For example,Australia celebrates Children's day on the fourth Wednesday of October.NewZealand,it is celebrated on the first Sunday of March each year.In Japan,May 5 is its Children's day.In Mexico,Children's day is celebrated on the 30th of April.In 2003,the President George W.Bush proclaimed Children's day is on June 1.In 2007,he proclaimed it is on June 3rd. So,what is the date of Children's Day in your countruy?Do you miss the days when you were a child?
2 responses
@angelsmummy (1700)
6 Jun 09
There aint one in England.
@daliaj (5689)
• India
4 Jun 09
Thanks for the information on international children's day. Children's day in my country, India is November 14. It is the birthday of our first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He liked children a lot and used to spend a lot of time with children. So, his birthday is considered as children's day.