It is time to greet our Chinese friends a Xin Nian Kuai Le today, 16th February.
A lot of people tend to get carried away during Valentine’s Day. Some go overboard with showering their significant others with lavish gifts like flowers, chocolates, teddy bears, balloons and jewelry.
Scotland and Scots all over the world celebrate Burns Night to pay homage to their national poet, Robert Burns today, 25th January.
After all the merriment during the Christmas holiday, have you a thought of a New Year’s resolution yet? Most people often consider the start of the year as a very significant time.
Brits still had a lot more money left to spend for Boxing Day as a total of £4.3 Billion has been reportedly spent during this day.
Christmas may be a Christian tradition but regardless of religion, it is embraced by a lot of people from different walks of life because it brings joy, peace, unity, and love.
Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, which Muslims refer as Eid Milad ul-Nabi or Malwid is commemorated on the third month in the Islamic calendar or Rabi’ al-wwal.
A two-minute silence will once again be offered on the 11th hour of the 11th day in the 11th month. Every child is taught in school the significance of paying tribute to those who fought for freedom.
Kids and kids-at-heart, haven’t we all looked forward to Halloween this year? People enthusiastically search for and make the most impressive costumes, meticulously decorate their homes and carefully select the sweets to be handed out to treat-or-trickers.
The Hindu Festival of Lights referred as Diwali Festival is an annual celebration in autumn. The five-day brightly-lit festivities around the world start on Thursday, 19th October this year, according to the Hindu lunar calendar.
Are you a fan of poetry? If you are, you will be happy to know that today, 28th September is National Poetry Day. With the theme Freedom, this year’s celebration promises exciting elements as organisers have worked closely with BBC and Hull City of Culture.
How do you define peace? Each year, the United Nations urges every nation to come together in celebration of International Day of Peace.
Literacy is often described as being able to read, write and do math equations. However,it goes beyond this because it is a critical skill that enables a person to break free from ignorance.
It is the time of year for Muslims to celebrate the Eid al-Adha or the Festival of Sacrifice. This is also the culmination of the Hajj, a pilgrimage to Mecca attended by more than 1.7 million people.
If you have nothing planned for the summer bank holiday weekend, why not attend the Notting Hill Carnival? On 27th and 28th August, the biggest festival in Europe will take place in London, featuring Caribbean culture and heritage.
Anglesey is the home of the 2017 National Eisteddfod, which runs from 4th to 12th August. The maes are particularly situated at the village of Bodedern north Anglesey.
The biggest arts festival in the world is back. Are you ready for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017? Drawing massive crowds every year, the Fringe provides a platform to thousands of performers to hold shows for every taste.
Today, 12th July is a significant day for Protestants in Northern Ireland as they commemorate the Twelfth or Orangemen’s Day. This holiday honours the 1688 Glorious Revolution and its conclusion in the 1690 Battle of the Boyne.
The month-long Ramadan ends on the next citing of the new moon predicted in the evening of 25th June. This officially starts Eid al-Fitr, which means festival of the breaking of the fast, also the start of the month of Shawwal.
A father’s role in a child’s life is more than just providing financially and paying the bills. According to Sigmund Freud, the strongest need of a child is a father’s protection. Numerous studies show that a father’s role in early childhood is an important factor in a child’s growth.