There are legal holidays in China: New Year's Day (January 1 holiday), Spring Festival (lunar new year, new year's Eve, the first day of the lunar new year, three days off), Qingming Festival (Qingming Festival, lunar new year, one day off), international women's Day (Women's Day is half a day off), tree planting day (March International Labor Day (May Day holiday), Chinese Youth Day (half day holiday for people over 51 years old) Dragon Boat Festival (on the same day of the Dragon Boat Festival of the lunar new year, there is a holiday) Hu Shijie International (May Day children's Day (one day off for children under the age of one year in June) anniversary of the birth of the Communist Party of China (July Chinese people's Liberation Army Day (a half day active service holiday in August), teacher's Day (the same day in mid September, National Day (holiday on October 3)) and journalists' Day (November, the main traditional festivals in China are Spring Festival, Lantern Festival, Qingming Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid Autumn Festival) Ethnic minorities also keep their own traditional festivals, such as torch festival, yaodanu Festival, march street, Bai, Zhuang folk songs, Tibetan Cangli New Year cake festival, Miao Flower Dance Festival, etc. of Yi nationality, such as Dai, Mongolian, Mongolian, etc., all have the functions of promoting harmony and moral cultivation of traditional Chinese festivals, and activating traditional culture is inseparable from the characteristics of Chinese traditional folk festivals.
New year's day 's Day Valentine's day Lantern Festival Carnival Peach Blossom Festival (doll's Day International Women's day St. Patrick's Day maple sugar Day April Fool's Day Easter water splashing day Gourmet Festival International Labor Day boy's Day Mother's day bamatan little white ram Bank Holiday International Children's Day Father's day dragon Boat Festival midsummer's day colban chopsticks Festival Mid Autumn teacher's day old man's Day Pumpkin Festival Halloween Saint's Day Halloween Thanksgiving Christmas Christmas Eve Christmas father's Day New Year's Eve (bank holiday in many countries) Spring Festival (Chinese New Year).
An elderly woman told police that when she entered the bathroom, a few minutes later, she was about to buy a beard and wrinkle remover in a nearby store when she was pushed by a woman behind her. She found her purse missing. It was obvious that the woman who hit her cleverly stole her purse.
This type of theft is called pickpocketing, perhaps a more personal act of theft It's called burglary, or burglary after this kind of invasion. Victims usually have a sense of being violated. They rarely recover the comfort and security they used to have at home.
They often feel that they are being watched. They feel that if they go out, the burglars will come in again. They feel uncomfortable when they are at home, and when they are not at home.
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