Love is in the air and chocolates are everywhere. That’s right, we will celebrate Valentine’s Day on 14 February! Continue reading
This year, the Chinese New Year or also known as Lunar New Year will be celebrated by Chinese people and people with Chinese ancestry on 5 February, marking the start of the year of the Pig. Chinese New Year is a public holiday in many countries. Continue reading
Kwanzaa will be celebrated from 26 December to 1 January in the United States and in other nations of the West African diaspora in the Americans. Kwanzaa is celebrated to honor African heritage in African-American culture. Maulana Karenga, an African-American professor and a major figure in the Black Power movements of the 1960s and 1970s, created Kwanzaa in 1966. Continue reading
Do you know that we will celebrate the Red Planet Day on 28 November? It commemorates the day when Mariner 4, a program conducted by the American space agency NASA in conjunction with Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), managed to do a flyby of the planet Mars and gave the first glimpse of Mars at close range, on 28 November 1964. Continue reading
Are you excited for Pokémon Day that is celebrated on 27 February? We are! Pokémon is a media franchise centered on a creature called Pokémon. Humans known as Pokémon Trainers will catch and train them to battle other Pokémon. The franchise was created by Satoshi Tajiri on 1995, and on 27 February 2016, Pokémon celebrated its 20th anniversary. Continue reading
Let’s celebrate Pokémon Day by drawing the most iconic Pokémon Pikachu! Adorageek has freebie printables that will guide you the step-by-step in drawing the cute yellow Pokémon.
There are two versions of the printable, with colored background and with white background. Sneak peeks are available below!
Have fun, and share with us what your families or friends think of your very own Pikachu!
This year, the Chinese New Year or also known as Lunar New Year will be celebrated by Chinese people and people with Chinese ancestry on 16 February, marking the start of the year of the Dog. Chinese New Year is a public holiday in many countries. Continue reading