April Fools’ Day is celebrated every 1 April. Practical jokes and spreading hoaxes mark its celebration. This event is also called All Fools’ Day. “April fools” is a term given to the jokes and their victims. As part of the practice, the people playing the April Fool pranks and spreading hoaxes reveal that they are such by shouting “April Fool!”
Today, 17 March, is Saint Patrick’s Day in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and all over the world, especially in countries where there are Irish people and those of Irish descent. Essay Writer joins you our Irish students and your friends in the celebration. As part of the festivities, let us retell St Patrick’s life story and his contribution to Irish culture.
Come 1 March, the estimated 12 million Welsh people around the world will commemorate Saint David’s Day. Aside from the 3 million celebrating in their home country Wales, there are some 609,711 pure Welsh or people with Welsh descent in England who commemorate St David’s life every year. There are around 2 million more of them residing in the United States, half million in Canada and some more significant number in Australia, Argentina, Scotland and New Zealand.
International students in the UK have experienced or known Burns Night through their stay here. Some of them even have heard about it in their home town from the estimated 28 million pure Scottish and descendants scattered in 13 countries around the world. To help new foreign students better appreciate the festivities and provide old ones, both international and local, with a ready reference, here is essential information on the Burns Night.