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Though Christmas is only celebrated by a small percentage of the population in China, people attend mass and exchange gifts, and big cities often have Christmas trees, decorations and lights, and even Santa Claus (called Shen Dan Lao Ren)
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www.whychristmas.com/cultures/china.shtml

In China, only about one percent of people are Christians, so most people only know a few things about Christmas. Because of this, Christmas is only often ...

www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2012/12/24/seven-fascinating-facts-about-christmas-in-china

Dec 24, 2012 ... For centuries, the country has absorbed foreign ideas and made them its own. Now, its Christmas is taking on Chinese characteristics.

www.chinahighlights.com/festivals/christmas.htm

Here is this 2016's information on Christmas in China. Find out how travelers, expats, Christians, and Chinese in general can celebrate Christmas.

www.thoughtco.com/how-christmas-is-celebrated-in-china-687498

Many get into the holiday spirit during Christmas time in China. Today, all the trappings of a Western Christmas can also be found in a Chinese Christmas.

www.travelchinaguide.com/essential/holidays/christmas.htm

Christmas is not a public holiday in China, except in Hong Kong and Macau. Most Chinese celebrate it as a carnival, rather than a religious event.

www.chinatravel.com/facts/christmas-in-china.htm

Jul 31, 2017 ... Christmas in China: see how Chinese people Celebrating the Christmas and some travel tips for travelers who travel to China during the ...

people.howstuffworks.com/culture-traditions/holidays-christmas/christmas-traditions-around-the-world-ga2.htm

The small number of Christians in China call Christmas Sheng Dan Jieh, which means Holy Birth Festival. They decorate their homes with evergreens, posters, ...

www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/12/why-christmas-is-huge-in-china/384040

Dec 24, 2014 ... A Western religious festival takes on Chinese characteristics. ... The Chinese Town That Turns Old Christmas Tree Lights Into Slippers ...

www.theholidayspot.com/christmas/worldxmas/china.htm

Read to know how Christmas has now become a festive occasion for an increasing number of Chinese though December 25 is not a legal holiday in China.