month of love

South Korea
May 11, 2009 3:41am CST
hello my friends, well Month of May is Month of family or love..well,, last may 5th it was a childrens day..and we celebrate it with my kids..May 8 was a parents day..and we have also celebrate this day..this may 15 was a teachers day..so for those students they will bring folwers. or gifts to their teachers while after a week we also celebrate couples day..how about you what celeration do you have this month?pls.share
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
11 May 09
We do have Mother's Day and we also have Victoria Day at the end of the month, that is to celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday and is also the start of our planting season. That is the only holidays we have. There used to be May 1st, which is sort of an unofficial holiday, but no one celebrates that any more.
• South Korea
12 May 09
thanks for sharing..its good to know that different countries,different way of celebration..
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
12 May 09
You're welcome. I would not mind us having a Parent's Day here. And thanks for the best response.
@lkbooi (16093)
• Malaysia
12 May 09
Hi marketing, it’s true that there are lots of holidays in my place as well, thought there are rather different to those in your place. Besides the first day of May, Labor Day, we celebrate Vesak Day which falls on the 9th of May. We celebrate mother’s day on Sunday. The children and their teacher will celebrate teachers’ day on this coming Friday. We are going to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival on the 28th of May. It’s on the 5th day of the 5th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Every Chinese family will prepare a pyramid shaped dumpling using glutinous rice and other delicious gradients like meats, beans, mushrooms and etc wrapped in bamboo leaves. The dry bamboo leaves are imported from china as we don’t have such big sized bamboo leaves here. We usually would prepare the dumplings a couple days before the festival. Happy posting!
• South Korea
13 May 09
wow it was nice to know your celebration in your country..i love dumplings too..have a nice day
@angelsmummy (1700)
11 May 09
in england we dont have any of them in may we have 2 bank holidays thats it lol
• South Korea
12 May 09
thanks for responding