what's the difference between Halloween and Halloween? Why do Asians like Halloween? Halloween, the Western Ghost Festival, is on November 1 every year. It was originally a Christian religious festival such as Catholicism, and now it's a festival for spirits, witches and ghosts.
It is often said that Halloween is on October 31 every year. On that night, children will put on make-up clothes, masks, go door-to-door to collect candy, etc. Halloween is a traditional festival in the western world, mainly popular in the United States, the British Isles, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and other western countries with Saxon descendants.
Many people in Asia regard October 31 as Halloween.
In European tradition, Halloween is the closest time in the world of ghosts, which is similar to the Zhongyuan Festival and Yulan festival in East Asia. Today, Halloween has become one of the most popular and popular festivals of the year. Anoka, Minnesota, is known as the "Halloween capital of the world". It holds a large-scale parade every year.
The theme of Halloween is ghosts, scares, and things related to death, magic and monsters. Across Europe, people see Halloween as an opportunity to play, tell ghost stories and scare each other. Ghosts, ghouls, bats, owls, skeletons and pumpkin lanterns are all related to the terrorist activities on Halloween.
Black and orange are the traditional colors on Halloween. Modern Halloween products also use a lot of purple, green and red. Elements of autumn, such as pumpkins and scarecrows, have also become symbols of Halloween.