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'No Thanksgiving, I'm Indian' [Copy link] 中文

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Though Christmas and Valentine's Day have become more and more popular in China, it seems that Chinese people don't fancy Thanksgiving day.

Yesterday, US Embassy Beijing sent out a message through twitter-like Weibo which said that Thanksgiving day was like Spring Festical in China. It also said that on the day, all the charitable organizations will act together to call on people to donate for the poor and the homeless, make sure that they can also eat a decent thanksgiving meal.



However, the message has been mocked by Chinese netizens who claimed themselves to be Indians

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Why Indians don't celebrate Thanksgiving?

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AngleCandidate Post time: 2013-11-29 22:09
Why Indians don't celebrate Thanksgiving?

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