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Explore the many different iterations and times of New Year's celebrations around the world.
17 December, 2018
- The majority of countries around the world follow the Gregorian calendar, but still have special days to celebrate their cultural or religious New Year's celebrations.
- Some calendars are based off of the lunar cycle or a mix of the lunar and solar cycle, which the Chinese use. They then dedicate an entire two weeks for celebration.
- Thailand's New Year hosts a huge water fight on their New Year that people around the world flock to.
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