Hanukkah

Hanukkah 2018 Dreidl-01This year, Hanukkah will be celebrated starting on sunset of 2 December until nightfall of 10 December. Hanukkah, which is also known as Festival of Lights and the Feast of Dedication, is a Jewish celebration that commemorates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem during Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire. Continue reading

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving 2018 Window-01This year, Thanksgiving is coming on the 22 November! This national holiday is celebrated in the United States, also in other countries by people of American descents. Previously, it was a day to give thanks on a good harvest and the blessings received in the preceding years. Continue reading

White Day Activity Page Freebie

Need fresh ideas on how to celebrate White Day? No worries, Adorageek is here to help you! You could find below a printable activity page that you could use with your family and friend!

There are two versions of the page, with colored background and with white background. Sneak peeks are available below!

Have fun, and share with us what you and your family or friend did with the page!

White Day activity page with colored background

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White Day activity page with white background

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White Day

Hamster 3-01In Japan, as well as other countries such as South Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China, 14 March will be celebrated as White Day. On it, men who received chocolate of love (honmei-choko) or courtesy chocolate (giri-choko) on Valentine’s Day will be expected to return the favor by giving gifts to the women. Popular White Day gifts are white chocolates, white cookies, marshmallow, white flowers, white jewelry, even white clothing such as lingerie. A man could also take the woman to a date. Continue reading

Jingle Bells

Snowman-01Do you hear the bells ringing? Yes, Christmas is around the corner! It is a celebration to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, a central figure in Christianity, and is commonly celebrated on 25 December by majority of Christians, as well as, culturally, by non-Christians. Christmas day is also a public holiday in many countries. Continue reading