Every 31st October we celebrate Halloween around the world. Over here in China, this day is fast gaining recognition unlike the past years when Halloween, Christmas and Easter were strange words. Now we have public holidays even on Halloween.
A large number of the Chinese population are atheists so you’ll hardly find a church in many places.
Most people join the party because they see it on TV or are aware such day is celebrated in the U.K. and USA. With the world a global village, culture and traditions is expanding across international borders.
On this day we watch horror movies and listen to halloween tunes. After dressing up in costumes, having halloween parties, tricking or treating, taking part in apple bobbing and carving out pumpkins to make jack o’ lanterns as in the pictures below, what happens to the carved pumpkins?
It becomes thrash and is disposed almost immediately afterwards. Maybe.
This is how a halloween pumpkin looked after 3 years. Scary, isn’t it? This October 31st, we can try saving the pumpkins for the scariest.