How The Rest Of The World Celebrates Thanksgiving

Moon Cakes, Graveyards & Cranberry Sauce

Celebrate a bountiful, life-saving harvest
In many American elementary schools, kids are taught that Thanksgiving is a day to commemorate the moment when Native Americans and pilgrims came together to celebrate a bountiful, life-saving harvest. While this narrative generally neglects to mention the violent fates that awaited these natives, it’s still true that around the world, people unite—and eat a ton of great food—around harvest time. Here’s how people celebrate their equivalent to Thanksgiving in other countries:



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