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Saint Patrick's Day, a holiday hard to be celebrated in China [Copy link] 中文

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Today's Saint Patrick's Day, which was set to remember St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, was born in Wales about AD 389.
But due to the cultural difference,Chinese are not so eager to celebrate this day as other festivals like Easter, Christmas and Valentine's Day.


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Because the color of the hat which is  usually be dressed up during the celebration or parade  in China has different negative meaning. A green hat is an idiom which is usually used to describe a man whose wife cheated on him. like this "Tom's wife gave him a green hat and ran away with their plumber"

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