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    Is word necessary in Thanks Giving Day ?

    As I saw in TV and read. Now time to go once.

    Festival of Thanks giving Day

    I read one girl's story of celebration on CCTV.

    I can sum up the whole story in a single sentence.

    Is it necessary to say "Thanks".Even the day can be celebrated without a word.
    In this case, she made three attempts to say "Hello"

    And it was the beginning.

    Some where I read:

    The Chinese celebrate August Moon festival that falls on the 15th day of 8th lunar month of their calendar. Chinese believe that the moon is roundest and brightest on this day. Below the heavenly moonlight, lovers speak out their heart to each other. It is also known as Women Festival. Conventionally women are considered similes to warm and compassionate virtues and have the gift of fertility, just like Mother Earth. Unlike the famous pumpkin pie, the Chinese delicacies consist of moon-cake. Friends and relatives convey their regard to each other by gifting moon cake.

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